From the blurb:
This book is a presentation of the Gita - its thought and wisdom and teaching - in its `development' through all the eighteen chapters. The study is primarily thematic, proceeding of course through textual references from chapter to chapter and also growing through the sequence of verses in each chapter.
This development is along the whole colloquy between Arjuna and Shri Krishna, their `samvada'. It is a movement commencing from Arjuna's crisis, imploring for divine Guidance of Shri Krishna, and culminating in the divine Assurance of Liberation and spiritualised existence in union with the Supreme.
The whole thing is brought out in the light of Sri Aurobindo's Essays on the Gita.