The Bhagavad Gita, or the ‘Song of the Lord’ was written in the 2nd century BCE. It recounts the dialogue between the warrior Arjuna and the God Krishna, who teaches him the values of detachment in action. This highly spiritual text leads to appeasement of the spirit and inner liberation. The poetic translation of the text is produced by Marc Ballanfat, doctor in history of religions and professor of Indian philosophy, and is accompanied by sumptuous miniatures from prestigious international collections.
|Editor||DIANE DE SELLIERS|
|Book format||24.5 X 33 CM|
|Number of pages||292|
|Type of book||RELIE|
|Date of publication||20/10/2016|
|Characteristics||Cloth-covered hardback in illustrated hard case|