Unlike all available commentaries on the Bhagavad Gita, which interpret it in the Mahabharata epic context, this book interprets it in the historical context. This context has to do with historical processes and events that led to the creation of the Original Gita, known as Arjuna Vishada, and its subsequent expansion to the revered theistic-philosophical masterpiece known as the Bhagavad Gita-Upanishad. It deals with the questions such as who created the Original Gita, when, and for what specific purpose? Why did Upanishadists add shlokas to this 77-shloka long metaphoric poem? How did Bhagavatas enter into this equation? Without the knowledge of the historical context of shlokas related to these three distinct Dharmas based on three distinct pairs of doctrines, it is impossible to reveal the true intent and spirit of the Bhagavad Gita.
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