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The Bhagavad Gita

THE SONG CELESTIAL


or

THE SONG CELESTIAL

Being a Discourse Between Arjuna,
Prince of India, and the Supreme Being
Under the Form of Krishna

Translated from the Sanskrit Text
by
Sir Edwin Arnold,
M.A., K.C.I.E., C.S.I.

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CONTENTS

 Cover Sheet  
 Dedication  
 Preface  
 Table of Contents  
 
THE DISTRESS OF ARJUNA  
II THE BOOK OF DOCTRINES  
III VIRTUE IN WORK  
IV THE RELIGION OF KNOWLEDGE  
RELIGION OF RENOUNCING WORKS  
VI RELIGION BY SELF-RESTRAINT  
VII RELIGION BY DISCERNMENT  
VIII RELIGION BY SERVICE OF THE SUPREME  
IX RELIGION BY THE KINGLY KNOWLEDGE AND THE KINGLY MYSTERY  
RELIGION BY THE HEAVENLY PERFECTIONS  
XI THE MANIFESTING OF THE ONE AND MANIFOLD  
XII RELIGION OF FAITH  
XIII RELIGION BY SEPARATION OF MATTER AND SPIRIT  
XIV RELIGION BY SEPARATION FROM THE QUALITIES  
XV RELIGION BY ATTAINING THE SUPREME  
XVI THE SEPARATENESS OF THE DIVINE AND UNDIVINE  
XVII RELIGION BY THE THREEFOLD FAITH  
XVIII RELIGION BY DELIVERANCE AND RENUNCIATION  
 
 Footnotes  



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