Shri Maada Bhagvad Gita


Introduction to, Shri Maada Bhagvad Gita, scriptural gem from the ocean called "Mahabharata" ! SMB Gita as per Pushti Marg. Please note though, there seems to be font issue and all "Uu" sounds are printed as "Aai" sounds.  ભૂત = ભૈત 
Sir Edwin Arnoldd was the principle of the Government Sanskrit College in Poona from 1856 – 1863, where he fell in love with India’s vast and wonderful literature. Being a poet, he cast some of this ancient lore, including SMB Gita in verse. This is listed below. SMB Gita, Kisari Mohan Ganguli's excellent and accurate translation in 1883-1896. All 18 chapters are in this single document.
SMB Gita 1     SMB Gita 2     SMB Gita 3     SMB Gita 4  
SMB Gita 5     SMB Gita 6     SMB Gita 7     SMB Gita 8 SMB Gita with side-by-side translation from 4 Vaishnav acharyas per shloka and audio explation in several international languages !
SMB Gita 9     SMB Gita 10     SMB Gita 11     SMB Gita 12  
SMB Gita 13     SMB Gita 14     SMB Gita 15     SMB Gita 16  
SMB Gita 17     SMB Gita 18  

Mahabharat Links outside this site

Authentic and detailed translation of the Mahabharat by K M Ganguli

Authentic tranlation of the original by Pratap Chandra Roy

Mahabharat in Gujarati (has lots of other scriptures too)

Wikipedia - source of lots of information on Mahabharat

Mahabharat in English verse from Romesh C Dutt

Wm Blake's Short version of Mahabharat

Characters and their relative ages to each other

Complex chronology of Mahabharat

Modern critic of the Mahabharata by Devdutt Pattanaik



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