This week, I’m happy to introduce you to two Hindu religious books.

The first is the spiritual work The Bhagavad Gita, by Swami Vivekananda. 

It’s one of the most popular spiritual works in the world, and has become a popular text for a growing number of Hindus. 

You’ll find it in more than 50 languages around the world and is considered the best known Sanskrit text of all time. 

The second book is called “Hindu Religious Books in the Modern Era”, by the great Indian writer and philosopher, S.N. Ramachandran. 

This is a book that has become the most important reference work for Hindus in the modern era, and is still being used in many countries to this day. 

There’s no doubt that the second book will become a standard reference work, and it’s also one of my personal favourites. 

So let’s talk about the book. 

Here’s the introduction: The Bhagawad Gata is the longest work of Sanskrit, and the most widely read. 

Since its publication in 1540, its meaning has changed quite a bit over time.

But it remains a deeply meaningful work for many. 

“The Bhogavad-Gita” has become known as the longest literary work of Hinduism.

Its roots are in the Rig Veda, the ancient Vedic epic, which was a great work of literature, and whose epic, the Mahabharata, is still one of India’s most widely-read literary works. 

As the Rig is a classic text of Hindu philosophy, the Gita follows its story in a narrative fashion. 

A major plot line in the story is the rise of the “Devas” (divine beings) to power, and they eventually destroy the world. 

When the Gata is written, the first four verses are a long section called the “Raga”, which tells of the destruction of the world by the Devas. 

Then we have the third verse, which describes the destruction caused by the Mahaayaatras (devas). 

The Gita is a long poem, which tells the story of the birth of the Mahavira, who destroys the world through the use of the power of the five elements. 

At the end of the story, the whole of the cosmos is destroyed. 

We can see the destruction from this verse: “It was at that moment when the earth was broken in pieces, and all the heavenly bodies were scattered and destroyed”. 

So we can see clearly the destruction the world has undergone in the past, in the form of the Gopakashrama, the destruction by the forces of nature. 

Now let’s look at the second chapter of the Bhagas.

The Bhakti, or “The Way of Truth”, is a fundamental part of Hindu religious practice. 

For Hindus, the Bhaktis are the four basic elements of existence: earth, water, air and fire. 

They are the fundamental building blocks of the universe. 

And they are the only way to create life, or to find a way to achieve immortality. 

Hindu scriptures describe how the Bhikkhuni, or divine being, created the earth and created the oceans. 

He also created the fire, which is responsible for all life on earth. 

According to Hindu beliefs, the Vedic tradition is based on the Bhatamsana, or the Vedas, which are the teachings of the Hindu sages. 

Each of these texts were written by people who lived in the ancient India. 

These sages were able to give them their unique flavour and meaning. 

What is the Bhavsana? 

The Sanskrit word for “book”, is bhakti. 

Bhakti means “the way”. 

It means a way that leads one to a place or truth. 

In this way, it has a deeper meaning than just a list of words. 

If you have a book in your hands, you can feel the presence of God in it. 

All your knowledge and insight are revealed in the Bhayani, or book of knowledge. 

But if you put your hand on a Bhayan, it is like a giant book that covers your entire life, including your entire future. 

That means that you can use Bhayans to know things that are hidden in the books. 

Even though you are reading this book, you are not in a physical body. 

Therefore, if you want to know the future, you have to read the Bhaskara, or books of the future.

Now, what does the Bhaga mean? 

It refers to a book.

The word “Bhakata” literally means “book”. 

In the Rig, we find a lot of Bhagras, and Bhagaws are books of wisdom. 

One of the great sages,