Definition of Bhagavadgita in English:


Syllabification: Bha·ga·vad·gi·ta
Pronunciation: /ˌbəgəvədˈgētə, ˌbägəväd-
(also Gita)
A poem composed between the 2nd century bc and the 2nd century ad and incorporated into the Mahabharata. Presented as a dialogue between the warrior prince Arjuna and his divine charioteer Krishna, it stresses the importance of doing one’s duty and of faith in God.

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