Generations of Hindus have turned to the Gita for the solution of their religious difficulties and its perennial popularity is due in large part to the fact that in the person of Krishna it presents the worshipper with a visible object of devotion while Arjuna represents the average good man.
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W.D.P. Hills translation, first published by the Oxford University Press in 1928, is here reissued in a slightly abridged and more accessible form. The Sanskrit text is not reprinted, but the English translation is accompanied by annotations, an Introduction and an Index of Subjects.