Yaroslav V. Vassilkov
yavass at YV1041.SPB.EDU
Fri Dec 25 11:20:40 UTC 1998
On Dec. 24 =?ISO wrote:
>>Gita itself is a very insignificant chapter
>>in a vast fictional epic of Mahabharat. Hinduism as it occurs in Vedas is neither
>>monotheistic nor messianic.
>>Of course, many Hindus started accepting Gita when many western
>>scholars started talking about it.
Well, and what about great VedAntic thinkers Zankara and RAmAnuja,
who considered the GItA to be the central, most important piece in the
MahAbhArata and the quintessence of divine wisdom?
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