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Jnaneshwar's Gita
A Rendering of the Jnaneshwari
Jnaneshwar's Gita
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Swami Kripananda - Author
Shankar G. Tulpule - Introduction
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Hardcover - 370 pages
Release Date: July 1989
ISBN10: 0-7914-0046-8
ISBN13: 978-0-7914-0046-3

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Paperback - 370 pages
Release Date: June 1989
ISBN10: 0-7914-0047-6
ISBN13: 978-0-7914-0047-0

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Jnaneshwari is a commentary on the Bhagavad Gita completed in 1290 C.E. by the Poet-Saint Jnaneshwar.

"Jnaneshwar wrote his commentary not simply through the intellect but in the complete freedom of divine inspiration. He has depicted the very heart of the Lord." -- Swami Muktananda, from the Preface

"As a generous giver refuses no one, the Gita gives nothing less than final liberation to one who reads, hears, or understands it." -- Jnaneshwar Maharaj

"In Jnaneshwari we have a marvelous text, a tremendous sustained sermon on life with a sweep and gusto, a piling on of imagery, and a development of simile that is almost numbing in its power." -- Dr. Ian M. P. Raeside, from the Foreword

"If, after Jnaneshwari, anyone tries to write more on the Gita, it will be as if he were dressing a dish full of nectar with pieces of coconut shell." -- Eknath Maharaj


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