The Mahā-bhārata has endured for thousands of years as one of Indian civilization’s most important works. Adapted from a series of his lectures, H.D. Goswami retells some of the most significant narratives in this work and offers a compelling commentary that brings the ancient tale into modern context.
After a tremendous journey from start to finish, what began as a succinct, literal translation of the Bhagavad-gita evolved into a penetrating, 223-page thematic explanation of the Bhagavad-gita in its entirety.
Translation and commentary by His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada.
The Bhagavad-gita is a must-read for anyone interested in the meaning of life. One of the world’s best known literatures, it is often considered the essence of all wisdom. It’s a conversation between the military hero Arjuna and his friend/advisor/charioteer Krishna, spoken just before the apocalyptic Battle of Kurukshetra. Subjects they discuss include the eternality of the self, destiny, the source of our being, and how to achieve genuine, long-term peace and happiness.
Kurma was the head chef at the famous Gopal’s Restaurant in Melbourne, Australia, for years, and taught cooking on a TV series broadcast internationally. In Great Vegetarian Dishes he presents the best of world cuisine-vegetarian style.
H.D. Goswami’s album Krishna Kirtan West introduces us to an enlightening combination of bhakti-yoga mantras and songs, formally known as kirtan, and western-style melodies reminiscent of the baroque classics.
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