A Tale Of Two Gitas

Originally posted on The Dish:
Reviewing Richard H. Davis’ The “Bhagavad Gita”: A Biography, Wendy Doniger reminds us that the holy text “incorporates into its seven hundred verses many different sorts of insights, which people use to argue many different, often contradictory, ideas.” She notes that they can roughly be divided into two categories, “the warrior’s… Continue reading A Tale Of Two Gitas