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Jnaneshwari(Dnyaneshwari or Gyaneshwari)-The Geeta Commentary by Jnaneshwar-English Translation

Jnaneshwari(Dnyaneshwari or Gyaneshwari)-The Geeta Commentary by Jnaneshwar-English Translation

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Commentary on Bhagwad-Geeta by St.Jnaneshwar(Dnyaneshwar) ,a 13th century poet, philosopher and Maha-yogi of the Nath tradition and a great master from Maharashtra who wrote the commentary at the age of 16.This is the English translation of original Marathi work.

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Commentary on Bhagwad-Geeta by St.Jnaneshwar(Dnyaneshwar) ,a 13th century poet, philosopher and Maha-yogi of the Nath tradition and a great master from Maharashtra who wrote the commentary at the age of 16.This is the English translation of original Marathi work.

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BHAVAN’S BOOK UNIVERSITY
Shri Jnanadeva’s
Bhavartha Dipika
popularly known as
Jnaneshwari
Translated from Marathiby
M.R. Yardi
 
All Rigths ReservedFirst Edition:1991Second Edition:1995Third Edition:2001Fourth Edition:2002Fifth Edition:2011Price Rs. 600US $ 30
Published by
Prof. Nandkumar H. KakirdeDirector & Hon. SecretaryBharatiya Vidya Bhavan,407-408, Shivajinagar, Pune 411 016. (India)Tel. No.: 91-020-25653413 / 25657372E-mail : bvbpk@vsnl.com
Printed at
Prakash Mudranalaya1411, Sadashiv Peth,Pune 411 030.Tel.: 91-020-24471547
 
CONTENTS
Introduction .................................................................................................................................. 1Foreward ....................................................................................................................................... 3Preface ........................................................................................................................................... 5Acknowledgements..................................................................................................................... 20Chapter 1 : Despondency of Arjuna ...................................................................................... 23Chapter 2 : Sankhya And Yoga ............................................................................................... 34Chapter 3 : Karmayoga............................................................................................................. 51Chapter 4 : Sankhyayoga .......................................................................................................... 63Chapter 5 : Renunciation ......................................................................................................... 73Chapter 6 : Dhyanayoga............................................................................................................ 81Chapter 7 : Wisdom And Knowledge ................................................................................... 100Chapter 8 : The Imperishable Brahman .............................................................................. 109Chapter 9 : The Esoteric Knowledge................................................................................... 120Chapter 10 : The Divine Manifestation................................................................................ 139Chapter 11 : The Universal Form.......................................................................................... 154Chapter 12 : Bhaktiyoga........................................................................................................... 183Chapter 13 : The Field And The Knower Of The Field ................................................. 192Chapter 14 : The Three Qualities ......................................................................................... 230Chapter 15 : The Supreme Person........................................................................................ 245Chapter 16 : The Divine And Demoniacal Natures .......................................................... 266Chapter 17 : Three Kinds Of Faith....................................................................................... 283Chapter 18 : Release ................................................................................................................ 299Appendix 1 : Glossary of Names............................................................................................ 363Appendix 2 : Technical Terms in Jnaneshwari................................................................... 376Appendix 3 : Legends referred to in Jnaneshwari............................................................ 386Appendix 4 : Subject Index ..................................................................................................... 397

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Namaskaram. This is the greatest service to humankind. How to open this in I books? Thankyou very much.
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Hey Thanks a lot. Its just awesome to have this english translation alongside marathi version and read them together for better understanding. :) I wanna know the author'a name of this translation. There is a about the author page but no name mentioned anywhere in it. May be its mentioned in some other section but I missed it, as I directly jumped to content. Please add the name.

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