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Gita Rahasya -Tilak – Krishnakosh
It is the analysis of Karma yoga which finds its source in the Bhagavad Gitathe sacred book for Hindus. This book consists of two parts.
The first part is the philosophical exposition and the second part consists of the Gita, its translation and the commentary. The book was written by Tilak in pencil with his own handwriting while being imprisoned at the Mandalay jail from to The more-than pages of script was written in less than four months and fita hence in itself considered as “remarkable achievement”.
In a speech on his Gita Rahasya Tilak said “Various commentators have put as many interpretations on the book, and surely the writer or composer could not have written or composed git book for so many interpretations being put on it. He must have but one meaning and one purpose running through the book, and that I have tried to find out”.
He finds the message of the subservience of all yogas to Karmayoga or the yoga of action rather than the yoga of sole knowledge jnanayoga or of devotion bhaktiyoga. Various authors have written books based on Tilak’s Gita Rahasya and have also translated it into other languages.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 10 June Encyclopaedia of Indian Literature: Gita Rahasya – volumes 1 and 2. Retrieved 28 June Revolution and Reform in the Making of Modern India.
A Modern Interpretation of Lokmanya Tilak’s Gita Rahasya by Arun Tiwari
University of California Press. Theology and Literature Rethinking Reader Responsibility 1st ed.
A Gist of Mr. Or “The Fundamentals of Life and Living”.
Shrimadh Bhagvad Gita Rahasya – Wikipedia