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What Bhagavad-Gita says about worshipping many gods? What is the difference between worshipping supreme god vs worshipping demigods? What happens to our spirit based on whom we worship? All these are clearly explained in Bhagavad-Gita. This book is just 10 pages long.



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If you're interested in this, you'd probably enjoy reading the actual Bhagavad Gita, (this $20. paperback version is two-volumes, & 1200 pages!). Included below are a few of the reviews posted on Amazon. Here's the link;

A great story of the inner struggle for spiritual growth, mankind's most important but most difficult and daring quest...This is a book that one can study and cherish for a lifetime. --Yoga International

A monumental work...a masterpiece of spiritual, literary, and philosophical work. --India Post

Yogananda's commentary penetrates to the heart of the Bhagavad Gita to reveal deep spiritual and psychological truths...Classic on how to live a spiritual life. --Publisher's Weekly
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I've read the Bhagavad Gita a dozen times. It all boils down to this quote: Krishna said, "I am the source of all creation." This means one. He essentially nullified all of Hindu polytheism. That said, Krishna said nothing about salvation or heaven nor did he make any promises, so if you're going to believe in one God, make it Christ instead.
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