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Bhagavad-Gita

[ buhg-uh-vuhd-gee-tah ]
/ ˈbʌg ə vədˈgi tɑ /
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noun Hinduism.

a portion of the Mahabharata, having the form of a dialogue between the hero Arjuna and his charioteer, the avatar Krishna, in which a doctrine combining Brahmanical and other elements is evolved.

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Also called Gi·ta [gee-tah] /ˈgi tɑ/ .

Origin of Bhagavad-Gita

From Sanskrit: “Song of the Blessed One”

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British Dictionary definitions for Bhagavad-Gita

Bhagavad-Gita
/ (ˈbʌɡəvədˈɡiːtə) /

noun

a sacred Hindu text composed about 200 bc and incorporated into the Mahabharata, a Sanskrit epic

Word Origin for Bhagavad-Gita

from Sanskrit: song of the Blessed One, from bhaga blessing + gītā a song
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Cultural definitions for Bhagavad-Gita

Bhagavad Gita
[ (bug-uh-vuhd, bah-guh-vahd gee-tuh) ]

A portion of the sacred books of Hinduism; the name means “the song of God.” It contains a discussion between the deity Krishna and the Indian hero Arjuna on human nature and human purpose.

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