Verses from the Bhagavad Gita – Samaneri Jayasara / Ramana Maharshi – Selection of Key Pointers for Meditation – Advaita Vedanta

The Bhagavad Gita:
An evolving loving commentary by V. S. Ferguson

“The Song Celestial” embodies forty-two slokas selected by Bhagavan Sri Ramana Maharshi from Srimad Bhagavad Gita at the request of his devotees. Bhagavan has given the verses a very logical sequence, a coherent flow and synopsis in Krishna’s own words. The beauty of this selection is that it incorporates in a mere 42 verses the entire message of the Lord’s song of 700 verses. As the title suggests, these verses are the quintessence of the Gita.

Such a very concise selection from this spiritual masterpiece of all times has not, to our knowledge, been ever made by any commentator on the Gita in any language. The verses comprised in the booklet include the verses from the Gita which Bhagavan quoted in the course of his answers to the question of visitors and devotees. It is as if Bhagavan Krishna Himself came as Bhagavan Ramana to give his loving, eternal message in a nutshell to humans.

Saurabh Jain as Krishna from The Mahabharata Indian TV Series

Samaneri Jayasara

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