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The Bhagavad Gita
An Easy Walkthrough For Everyone

Author: Jack Hawley


In these pages, Jack Hawley now reveals its ancient secrets, in a beautiful version, to every Indian and Western seeker.
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The universal love song sung by Lord Krishna to humankind.

For more than 5000 years, The Bhagavad Gita has shown millions of people how to fill their lives with serenity and love.

In these pages, Jack Hawley now reveals its ancient secrets, in a beautiful version, to every Indian and Western seeker. This makes the message of the Gita clearer and more exciting, and its truths understandable and easy to apply to our busy lives. These truths are for our hearts, and not just our heads.

To read the Gita is to be inspired in the true sense of the term: to be ‘in-spirited,’ to inhale the ancient and ever-new breath of spiritual energy.

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13 reviews for The Bhagavad Gita
An Easy Walkthrough For Everyone

  1. yogiimpression

    “An extremely delightful translation… Lord Krishna’s terms have been presented faithfully with depth of knowledge and insight.

    — The Hindu, newspaper

  2. yogiimpression

    “The author ‘walks us through’ this classic scripture from India in moving prose that reads as smoothly as a child’s adventure tale.”

    — The New Times

  3. yogiimpression

    “An engrossing and enlightening version of this finest source of spiritual teaching in the world, [this book] expands the possibilities of conveying its wisdom even further into the Western world, as a greater number of people will now be able to readily grasp its message.”

    — Spirit of Change

  4. yogiimpression

    “Working under the premise that there ‘needed to be a truly different style of Gita,’ organizational consultant Hawley created this prose version to speak afresh to Westerners. Hawley’s rendition succeeds in its objective of providing ‘clarity and flow’ to the famous Indian poem. Hawley writes more as a disciple than a scholar, lending a devotional authenticity to the text.”

    — Publishers Weekly

  5. yogiimpression

    “This well-researched composition stays true to the Vedantic philosophies that were first written down more than two millennia ago, while still providing an easily navigable text that will remain lively and interesting to Westerners well into the future.”

    — Institute of Noetic Sciences Review

  6. yogiimpression

    “The Bhagavad Gita is unique among the great scriptures of the world as its appeal transcends the barriers of time and space. . . . Dr. Jack Hawley’s walkthrough is not a mere translation; it is a sincere sadhak’s presentation of the message of the Gita in a simple but insightful manner so that its perennial message goes home to Western readers. No one can ‘walk through’ this book without getting a deep insight into these everlasting principles given to all of humanity.”

    — V. K. Narasimhan, journalist and winner of India’s Ramnath Goenka Award for Excellence in Journalism

  7. yogiimpression

    “Reading this has been a soul-stirring, treasure-laden stroll. Eastern philosophy is captured in a lucid but profound manner for the pragmatic present generation of readers in the West, and in all countries.”

    — Venkatesh Varan, business consultant

  8. yogiimpression

    “Dr. Jack Hawley has written this concise translation with his whole heart and mind obviously immersed in these timeless, practical, nonsectarian teachings…. He has beautifully preserved the meaning and intent of the verses in a simple, easy-to-read, and understandable language. Jack has a good grasp of even the most difficult passages. This is indeed a Bhagavad Gita worthy of belief and respect.”

    — Ram Prasad, executive director, American Gita Society

  9. yogiimpression

    “I floated through it. . . . It filled in the whole picture for me, where I had just bits and pieces before.”

    — J. Narain, university vice-chancellor

  10. yogiimpression

    “It’s neither too cryptic nor too elaborate, but strikes a precise balance. There is not one sentence too many or too few. The broad, penetrating chapter on meditation is just perfect!”

    — S. M. Nanjundaya, university administrator

  11. yogiimpression

    “This rendition of the Gita will hold the reader’s interest from the first to last page.”

    — Anil Kumar, university professor

  12. yogiimpression

    “Stupendous. [Jack Hawley] has done a wonderful job.”

    — S. Raghavan, editor and international lecturer on The Bhagavad Gita

  13. yogiimpression

    “A great book which has truly affected my consciousness in the last few days as I read it. Thank you, Jack Hawley, for bringing this message more powerfully into my life. There is magic in it.”

    — Glenn Hovemann, publisher, Dawn Publications

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