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Srimad Bhagavad Gita
The Hidden Treasure of the Sweet Absolute.

Dhrtarastra said: O Sanjaya, what did my sons and the sons of Pandu do, after assembling for battle at the holy place of Kuruksetra?
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Sanjaya said: Looking over the Pandavas' soldiers and armies arrayed in military formation, King Duryodhana approached Dronacarya and spoke as follows:
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O master, please observe the great armies of the Pandavas, arrayed in military formation by your intelligent disciple, Dhrstadyumna.
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Among these soldiers are the expert bowmen Bhima and Arjuna, as well as others who are equally expert, such as Satyaki, King Virata, the great fighter Drupada, Dhrstaketu, Cekitana, the mighty hero Kasiraja, Purujit, Kuntibhoja, the noble King Saibya, va
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Observe 4.
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Observe 5.
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O best of the twice-born, please also be informed of the great heroes and leaders of our armies. I shall now fully describe them for your consideration.
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Besides your worthy self, who are always victorious in battle, and Bhisma, Karna, Krpacarya, Asvatthama, Vikarna, Saumadatti (Bhurisrava), and Jayadratha, there are many other heroes who are expert in the art of warfare; they are all armed with various w
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Observe 8.
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Our army, headed by Bhisma, is inadequate, whereas the army of the Pandavas, protected by Bhima, is competent.
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  • Observing the Armies
  • The Constitution of the Soul
  • The Path of Action
  • The Path of Divine Knowledge
  • The Path of Divine Harmony
  • The Path of Meditation
  • Relative and Absolute Conceptions of the Supreme
  • The Path of Absolute Freedom
  • The Hidden Treasure
  • The Great Treasure
  • The Vision of the Universal Form
  • The Path of Devotion
  • The Predominated and the Predominator
  • The Three Modes of Material Nature
  • The Supreme Person
  • The Godly and Ungodly Temperaments
  • The Threefold Division of Faith
  • The Supreme Goal of Divine Freedom
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