About the Book:
The Bhagavad Gita (Song of God) is one of the most revered sacred scriptures
of Hinduism and is considered as one of the most important religious classics
of the world. This Dictionary of Bhagavad Gita comprises of transliteration,
English meaning of the each Sanskrit word of the verses of the Gita and chapter
index of almost every word from all eighteen chapters of Gita, arranged alphabetically.
The doubtful Sanskrit words are also given the meaning by lucid English version.
This excellent work in a meaningful manner will come in very handy for a beginner
who likes to study and understand the meaning of the verses of the Gita and
will be of interest to the students, researchers in this subject with a great
interest and love.
About the Author:
Dr Bibekananda Banerjee did his MA in Sanskrit with Veda as the special group
and then he obtained Acharya (MA) from the Rashtriya Sanskrita Sansthan. New
Delhi, with gold medal and awarded Ph. D on the ‘Epics: A Comparative
He started his career as a guest lecturer in Sanskrit. Side by side he successfully
completed one-year certificate course in Manuscriptology. Dr. Banerjee was a
Research Fellow in the B.U. and the Asiatic Society, Kolkata. He has been working
in the Asiatic Society as a Sr. Cataloguer and compiled four volumes of Descriptive
Catalogue of Sanskrit Manuscripts. He has to his credit some research articles
published in different periodicals and journals. He also attended National and
International conference and read out some research papers in India and abroad.