The Universally renowned jewel of India’s spiritual wisdom in all its splendor, as an art edition – an ideal gift
This book contains the original Sanskrit verses, their transliteration in English
and also the translation in English and Hindi, in an articulate manner.
To make this art edition long-lasting and acid-free special papers
that are sourced from sustainable European forests have been used. The entire edition is
printed with environmentally friendly vegetable ink made of natural ingredients from Japan.
The unique painting style followed throughout this book is inspired by the Ajanta frescoes and the painting of Vijayanagara, Bengal and Mysore. These vivid works, enriched by exotic colours, present an innovative blend that has evolved over the years.
To enrich the reading experience this edition comes with a wooden reading stand
designed and made with exquisite craftsmanship. The stand can be folded and
rotated to suit one’s reading comfort and it rests on smoothly carved metal legs.
This Edition comes to you in a most exclusive antique book styled box with artistic
foiling and embossing adorned with Swarovski crystals and an attractive metal lock.
The laser cut metal book marker has a beautiful peacock
feather design engraved on it with a tassel.
Customized message can be imprinted
on the box for personalized gifting.
About the Book
The infinite wisdom of the 700 verses of the Bhagavad Gita
contains the essence of all the four Vedas and the Upanishads.
The message of the Bhagavad Gita is broad, universal and sublime
and is meant for the people of the entire world. It has a message of
solace, freedom, salvation, perfection and peace for all.
A tribute to Sage Veda Vyasa
The Bhagavad Gita, meaning ‘The Song of the Supreme’, was
originally revealed by Veda Vyasa and scribed by Lord Ganesha.
Vyasa, also known as Badarayana and Krishna Dwaipayana,
is one of the seven Chiranjivins (Immortals), who are still in existence.
Vyasa compiled the Vedas into four distinct categories, for which
he is referred to as Veda Vyasa (in Sanskrit Vyasa means compiler).
The Eternal Truth
The Lord himself reveals the transcendental knowledge
to Arjuna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra.
The Bhagavad Gita talks about three important Yogic Paths as a means to attain the Supreme