For Australians seeking wisdom and guidance from one of India’s most celebrated spiritual texts, The Bhagavad Gita Comes Alive is a book release that you don’t want to miss. Having just celebrated his 75th birthday, Jeffrey Armstrong is a dedicated yogi with years of experience and knowledge to share with the world.
Jeffrey Armstrong is recognised by his peers and notable figures in the yoga world for making an invaluable contribution towards an English language audience’s understanding and appreciation of Hindu Vedic Dharma. As part of his birthday celebrations, he was celebrated by scholars and colleagues for his service to the Sanatan Dharma Communities around the world.
The Bhagavad Gita is a significant scripture in Hinduism that follows the narrative of Pandava prince Arjuna as he faces a range of moral and ethical dilemmas. The text has been used for centuries to posit important philosophical questions and highlight some of the key messages of Hinduism. While there have been translations over the years, there have also been many mistranslations between the Sanskrit and English versions. Jeffrey Armstrong has spent ten years undergoing thorough linguistic and etymological research in order to stay true to the Sanskrit words while also delivering accurate and understandable English translations. His book The Bhagavad Gita Comes Alive: A Radical Translation has become the most accurate English translation to date.
As a Best Book Award finalist at the American Book Fest, Armstrong’s translation has transformed the way that Vedic and yogi wisdom is delivered to the English-speaking world. Enjoying success in the USA, Canada, Europe, and more, the book has now become available to Australian audiences looking to gain unparalleled wisdom.
75 has never looked so good and Jeffrey Armstrong remains dedicated to helping people from around the world experience the teachings of Vedic Sanatama Dharma. The Bhagavad Gita Comes Alive brings the text back to its Sanskrit roots and is available to buy now. It is an essential read for English-speakers looking to understand the words of Krishna as they were originally intended.