A very happy pleasant Monday CHAPTER THREE SHRI KRISHNA’S GITA-YOGA http://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/gsoy/gsoy05.htm

WE HAVE used the new term Gītā-Yoga here
because it sums up the titles of all the
eighteen chapters of the Bhagavad Gītā ,
each of which is called a yoga, such as “The
Yoga of Knowledge,” “The Yoga of Action,”
etc.
Gītā means song, and the whole title means
the song of Shrī Krishna, who is referred to
as the Bhagavān—the most illustrious being.
Shrī Krishna is regarded as the most perfect
of all Teachers—so much so that he could
speak about everything from the divine
standpoint and with divine knowledge of the
reality beyond mind, so that when saying “I”
he spoke as an incarnation of the Divine
Being. He is considered to have lived about
5050 years ago, and the Bhagavad Gītā is
regarded as a record of what he said or sang
to his devoted friend and disciple Arjuna,
who was in
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