Discourses on the Bhagavat Gita (1888)

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An esoteric analysis of this Hindu scripture. Krishna represents the Logos, Arjuna the Human Monad. The Gita is essentially practical, as are all of the teachings which have come down to us from the sages of the past. But they will not be understood unless we master their basis…#

95pp hardback chipping to covers of boards, light detaching but binding remains sound, some pencilling


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Weight 0.183 kg
Dimensions 13.8 × 1 × 21 cm


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