I am happy to announce that we have completed another Bhagavad-gita. This one only contains the Sanskrit text in both Devanagari and Roman transliteration. This is really a Bhagavad-gita "as it is." It contains many of the main variant readings and in the Roman transliteration the sandhis have been broken. Since it contains just the text, it can be used with any translation of the text in any language. It allows readers to look up the original and see how a given translator has translated (or mistranslated) a verse. It is the first member of a series of Sanskrit publications called the Tin Kudi Baba Sanskrit Series, named after my gurudev. I hope to periodically bring out many works in Sanskrit in a similar format relating to Caitanya Vaisnavism and its roots. The texts are meant for students and scholars of Sanskrit, a group I hope will continue to grow.
Next up will be a work considered to be the first book ever written by a follower of Mahaprabhu, the Sri Krsna-lila-stava of Sanatana Goswami (with Haridas Das' commentary gleaned from Sanatana's commentary on the 10th Skandha). I would like to continue in this way publishing works of the CV tradition in the approximate order (as best we can fix it) of their composition.
And at Barnes and Noble here. The Barnes and Noble price is deeply reduced. That is only a smidgen above wholesale for them. They probably don't think it will sell any copies at all. Someone prove them wrong, please.
Last Edit: May 22, 2012 10:00:07 GMT -6 by Nitaidas