Graham Schweig’s Rapturous Vision of the Gita

Via Bob Weisenberg
on May 1, 2010
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Graham Schweig is one of the world’s leading Gita and Sanskrit scholars. This 7 min. video expresses his vision of the Gita in the rapturous language of love. 

Think about how Schweig’s “God is Love” vision of the Gita compares to Stephen Mitchell’s God as the “Life-Force of the Universe“.  

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15 Responses to “Graham Schweig’s Rapturous Vision of the Gita”

  1. lorraineya says:

    Have you read Schweig's translation of the Gita? –Lorraine

  2. Mahita Devi says:

    This video is stunning. Thank you for posting it. I am finally catching up.

  3. s_t_r_e_t_c_h says:

    I had the opportunity to study under Dr. Schweig for several years. He truly has a gift when it comes to his translations and understanding of the text. I would love talk about the two different Gitas sometime, Bob. I've written a fair amount using Schweig's translations, so I may be a bit one sided— if that is possible here.

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