Bhagavadgita, the holy book of Hinduism has been studied and commentaries written upon by gurus, monks, academics, Christian scholars and by organizations such as ISKCON, Theosophical Society, Vedanta Society, etc. In this book the author gives theosophical society's point of view of Bhagavadgita. Considering the fact the theosophical society is interested in both theology and philosophy of Gita. The author's commentaries reflect this in spirit and tone; the author discusses how a man who perfects himself in devotion finds himself in the progress of time, and in the 5th chapter he discusses the fruit of renunciation. If you are serious about the philosophy of Bhagavadgita, there are several excellent books, but if are interested in theology and theosophical society's views of Bhagavadgita, this is your book.
About the Author:
William Quan Judge was a mystic, esotericist, and occultist, and one of the founders of the original Theosophical Society. He was born in Dublin, Ireland. Judge wrote theosophical articles for various theosophical magazines, and also the introductory volume, The Ocean of Theosophy in 1893. He became the General Secretary of the American Section of the Theosophical Society in 1884.