A sloka-by-sloka interpretation of one of the world's most enduring and influential spiritual texts of the twentieth century.
The Bhagavad Gita is a profound religious text, and Gandhi's commentary on the Gita is regarded as among the most important of the twentieth century. Gandhi addresses the issues he felt most directly affected the spiritual lives of common people. In his own words his interpretation (of the Gita) is designed for the common man, 'one who has little or no literary equipment, who has neither the time nor the desire to read the Gita in the original, and yet who stands in need of its support'.
It is lucid, simple and clearly indicative of the deep wisdom of the one of the greatest human beings who ever walked this planet.