The words Great Bharata translate the Sanskrit, Maha-bharata, the title of an ancient and extraordinary text that claims to tell the ancient, immemorial history of South Asia, the Earth, and, indeed, our universe. One of the largest books in the world, the Maha-bharata is three times the size of the Old and New Testaments combined, and seven times the Iliad and Odyssey combined. His myriad Sanskrit verses have greatly influenced South Asia and beyond for thousands of years.
An ancient Sanskrit text contains the answers to the conundrums of life and can help us to understand our present and our future.
Justin Davis offers readers an opportunity to become a part of the story, embarking on a personal journey of their own, not only through time, but into the depths of their soul.
As one of the most senior and respected spiritual leaders of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON), Hridayananda das Goswami (Howard J. Resnick, Ph.D.) is an early pioneer and renowned teacher of bhakti yoga in the Western world. At the forefront of contemporary religious dialogue, he is celebrated for his unique ability to adapt the wisdom of ancient Indian philosophy into teachings that are comprehensible for Western audiences.
quest fot Justice
The Mahā-bhārata has lived for over five thousand years as not only the longest continual narrative epic in history at over a million verses, but also as one of the most integral stories in Indian narrative history. The timeless account focuses on the quest of five noble brothers to regain their rightful places on the throne of their expansive empire and the 18-day war that changes the shape of the world for millennia to come.
In Quest for Justice, H.D. Goswami narrates some of the most significant passages in this sweeping epic and offers a compelling commentary that brings the ancient tale into modern context. His engaging and approachable style reveals the excitement, intrigue, humor, and spiritual depth of this timeless epic.
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