When Prabhupada’s Gita is so obviously not as it is, how can he call it as it is?

by Chaitanya Charan dasOctober 25, 2014

From Dharmaveer

He translates karma-yoga as bhakti-yoga, inserts Krishan where there is no Krishna and makes so many changes in his English Gita. How then can he claim his Gita to be as it is?

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1 Comments
  • Vimal
    November 17, 2014 at 7:20 pm

    Very clear and comprehensive answer to this charge against Srila Prabhupad’s Gita translation. The proof of the pudding is in the eating as the saying goes, we can see that Prabhupad’s Bhagavad gita is the only Gita in that has transformed people all over the world (in terms of numbers and global reach) into devotees of Krishna and purified their existence to the paramhamsa stage.

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