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Bhagavad Gita as a Unified Whole
This translation has a unique feature that makes it stand out from the rest: It gets you to realise that the Bhagavad Gita tells not just the truth, but the whole truth. This perhaps is the first ever translation of the Bhagavad Gita that gets the readers to experience the Bhagavad Gita as the expression of the whole truth.
Prof. Nair’s translation does not force you to see the Bhagavad Gita from a particular angle and then make you think that this partial picture is the complete picture of the whole of the Bhagavad Gita. Instead, this translation lets you see the whole of the Bhagavad Gita – Bhagavad Gita in its entirety. It helps you free yourself from the impression that the Bhagavad Gita is all about transcendent knowledge alone or all about action alone or all about devotion to a personal god or all about how to win wars or all about non-violence. And it also frees you from the impression that the Bhagavad Gita is the sum total of all these partial impressions.
This translation really helps you understand that the Bhagavad Gita is a homogeneous whole in which the teachings about all these topics – and their sum total – are united together centrally around a single lesson: An all-important lesson that alone can help you live a life of effectiveness and true joy in this world. And what is this all-important lesson? Find out.
Prof. Kev Nair
• “One of the world’s most respected English language scholars... Perhaps more innovative in method than Roget and more modern in approach than Fowler, Prof. Kev Nair is... one of the foremost Indian scholars who wield great influence on the thinking of the English-educated people around the world.”
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• “Prof. Kev Nair is regarded the world over as the father of fluency lexicography... Fluency lexicography came into existence as a separate branch of dictionary writing with the publication of Prof. Nair’s Dictionary of Active Fluency Combinations in 1986.” – Competition Success Review.
• “Nair was the first person in the world to give shape to the area of study now known as ‘English fluency development’ and to systematize it into a distinct teachable subject... So he is better known as the father of fluency development.”
– General Knowledge Today.
• “An eminent scholar of international repute and a renowned English language lexicographer” – The New Sunday Express.
• “A towering English language expert” – Competition Success Review.
• “There is an air of enormous authority and dignity around all Prof. Nair’s works, each of which is a magnificent blend of scholarship and practical common sense.” – Competition Success Review.
"Extensive research on the content, language used in translations and the interpretations gave shape to this version..." - THE HINDU
"... faithful to the original... On the whole, the translation does not force you to see the Gita from a particular angle and then make you think that the partial picture is the complete picture..." - The New Indian Express
• “Classic...” – THE HINDU
• “Internationally popular” – THE TIMES OF INDIA
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