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Season 2 - Episode 2

Bhagavad Gita Conversation

25 min - Conversation


Ravi and Kira engage in a thoughtful conversation surrounding some of the main themes that present themselves in The Bhagavad Gita. Ravi shares his translation on questions that arise surrounding the battlefield, what it feels like to be in our dharma, and the internal struggle of our spiritual and carnal nature.
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What a wonderful talk! Kira your questions were perfect. I'm eagerly awaiting my copy of Ravi's book. I really enjoyed this discussion, thank you so much.
I can listen to Mr. Ravindra for hours, :) so interesting and insightful, thank you.
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Looking forward to book, and also hoping for more discussion on this site. In fact, wish there would be an "audible" version with the author. Maybe I will finally get through this whole text after years of thumbing through a number of translations. Many Thanks
Dearest Sharon, such a great idea. The Song of Self Show does unpack Chapter 2 sloka by sloka with James Boag. I will PM you cuz I have a recording from Ravi's BG course many many years ago that you might like. xok
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James Boag does a beautiful presentation, but perhaps I relate more to Ravi, since I'm about his age.
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Lovely conversation. Can't wait to read this new translation.
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I so enjoyed listening to Ravi Ravindra, especially since I'm new to the Bhagavad Gita. I didn't know before that it meant "Song of God". However, I'm aware that Universe means "One Song" I look forward to watching more interviews. Thank you!
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I've been studying the Gita with my teacher for several months now, and I have found Ravi's translation to be very helpful in engaging with the text. (And James Boag's show has really helped me with the chanting of chapter 2  : )

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