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"To us all towns are one, all men our kin.
Life's good comes not from others' gift, nor ill
Man's pains and pains' relief are from within.
Thus have we seen in visions of the wise !."
Tamil Poem in Purananuru, circa 500 B.C 

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translated by Sir Edwin Arnold

Note by John Richards Stackpole Elidor :

"The Bhagavad Gita needs little introduction. It is one of the most well known and popular religious works of Indian thought, and deservedly so. It is to be found traditionally as part of the great Indian Epic poem the Mahabharata, though it is, of course, very often printed separately. It is presented in the form of a dialogue between Krishna and his human friend and companion Arjuna, who is faced with the dilemma of finding it his duty to take part in a war against many of his own best friends and teachers. Krishna's resolution of his distress is one of the supreme presentations of classic Vedanta philosophy. The translation here is the old one of Sir Edwin Arnold, which still has many attractive features"

Chapter I  Arjun-Vishad Or "The Book of the Distress of Arjuna"
Chapter II  Sankhya-Yog Or "The Book of Doctrines"
Chapter III  Karma-Yog Or "The Book of Virtue in Work"
Chapter IV  Jnana Yog Or "The Book of the Religion of Knowledge."
Chapter V Karmasanyasayog Or "The Book of Religion by Renouncing Fruit of Works"
Chapter VI Atmasanyamayog Or "The Book of Religion of Self-Restraint"
Chapter VII Vijnanayog Or "The Book of Religion by Discernment"
Chapter VIII Aksharaparabrahmayog Or "The Book of Religion by Devotion to the One Supreme God"
Chapter IX   Rajavidyarajaguhyayog Or "The Book of Religion by the Kingly Knowledge and the Kingly Mystery."
Chapter X  Vibhuti Yog Or "The Book of Religion by the Heavenly Perfections."
Chapter XI  Viswarupadarsanam Or "The Book of the Manifesting of the One and Manifold."
Chapter XII  Bhaktiyog Or "The Book of the Religion of Faith."
Chapter XIII  Kshetrakshetrajnavibhagayog Or "The Book of Religion by Separation of Matter and Spirit."
Chapter XIV  Gunatrayavibhagayog Or "The Book of Religion by Separation from the Qualities."
Chapter XV  Purushottamapraptiyog Or "The Book of Religion by Attaining the Supreme."
Chapter XVI   Daivasarasaupadwibhagayog Or "The Book of the Separateness of the Divine and Undivine."
Chapter XVII  Sraddhatrayavibhagayog Or "The Book of Religion by the Threefold Kinds of Faith."
Chapter XVIII  Mokshasanyasayog Or "The Book of Religion by Deliverance and Renunciation"


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