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The Bhagavad Gita, a divine conversation set in the middle of a battlefield between Lord Krishna and Prince Arjuna has been the foremost spiritual guidebook for mankind for many centuries. One of the finest interpretations of the Gita was composed by the 12th century ascetic and proponent of the dualistic theism school, Sri Madhwacharya. Sri Raghavendra Swamy, the 16th century ascetic and scholar combined the key concepts in the commentaries of Sri Madhwacharya and Sri Jaya Teertha in his Gita Vivruti. This book attempts to provide a simple translation of the Gita in English, along with a summary of the explanation from Gita Vivruti based on lectures by His Holiness Sri Vidyasagara Madhava Teertha.