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A lot of people are surprised to learn that the Bhagavad Gita actually exists in Sanskrit language. That’s because even though the Gita is written right to your face, it is in Sanskrit, which means that the words can be translated into many different languages.

Because the Gita was written right to your face, it has a very different meaning to people in other languages than the English version. Thats why Hindi is the most common language in which the Bhagavad Gita is read. And thats because most people in the west are familiar with the English version, but most people in India are not. However, in many places, the Gita is written in Sanskrit and its meaning is still understood in that language.

There are many translations of the Gita. The most popular is the ‘English translation’ which is basically the one we all know. But there are many, many other translations of the Gita, all of which I’m sure you’ve heard of before, as well as many translations of the Gita in other languages.

If youre an Indian who’s not familiar with the Gita, you’d be interested in the following quotes.

There are many translations of the Gita. The most popular is the English translation which is basically the one we all know. But there are many, many other translations of the Gita, all of which Im sure youve heard of before, as well as many translations of the Gita in other languages.

These quotes are in Hindi (the official language of India), and they are from the Gita. The Hindu scripture is considered the most important book in the world and it has over a billion words in it. It’s also the most read book in the world, according to the Guinness Book of World Records. The Gita has been translated into over 20 languages. The quote below is from the Hindi translation, which is the one we used to explain the story of the Gita.

In a nutshell, the Gita tells the story of the world’s beginning with the first man and his wife, the beginning of man, the beginning of the world. It also tells the story of how the universe was created, how the first man and woman created it, and how they died.

The Hindi translation of the Gita talks about how the universe was created. The word “creation” is used 5 times in the Gita; however, the word “creation” is commonly used in English to refer to something new, like the new Coke, or the new version of the iPad. But the word “creation” is used in the Gita 7 times, and it has 7 different meanings in both Hindi and English.

The story of the creation of the universe is the beginning of the beginning of the universe. This story is a reminder that we are all connected with each other and that we are all part of a greater whole. This is the story of the creation of the universe. The story of the creation of the universe is the story of us.

A story is a story, but a story isn’t just a story. A story is a story that is told in terms of a story. The story of the creation of the universe is a story that is told by a storyteller. This is about a storyteller who is called Bhagavad Gita. This storyteller is the creator of the universe who is called Bhagavan. And he is a storyteller who is called Bhagawan.

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