Bhagavad Geeta This text contains the Gnosis (Knowledge of the Supreme), brought forth by none other than Supreme Lord who incarnated as Krishna. The highest regard for this ‘Gnosis’ apart from the fact that it was revealed by Krishna, lies in its practical approach to deciphering the problems of man. The text is also greatly respected due to the authenticity of the facts stated therein. Bhagavad Geeta Set in eighteen chapters, the said text is an instruction given to Arjuna by the Lord, in the middle of the battlefield, wherein the Lord shows the path of life and work in the world in the most diligent manner without taking our eyes away from God. Each chapter is named ‘Yoga’ as it shows us the path to ‘Unite’ with the Supreme. It is considered the nectar which bestows immortality even if practiced in a smaller quantum. Due to the lofty principles, it has been commented on by all great philosophers of India like Adi Shankara, Ramanuja, etc. It also has acceptance in the ‘Sufi’ tradition wherein it is known as “Ilim Ludani-VA-Tohid”.