La Bhagavad Gita
Part of Mahabbarata, one of the epic poems of India, exposes the dialogue between Krishna and Arjuna. Krishna, avatar of Vishnu, personifies the charioteer of the hero Arjuna during the battle of Kurukshetra, which sees the hosts of opposites Pandavas and Kauravas. The dialogue, inspired by the imminent battle, is truly a magnificent metaphor for the struggle that takes place daily in the mind of every man. Krishna with his teachings slowly leads Arjuna to Consciousness as he continues to ask a thousand questions. Thus the importance of Yoga and Meditation is revealed until it reaches the true vision of God.
Father Anthony compares the Bhagavad Gita with the unmistakably similar passages of the Gospel of Christ, since in the ecumenical vision of the author all the philosophies and religions that lead to the realization of the Self have perfectly identical paths.
It can be said that the Bhagavad Gita contains all the best of Indian philosophy, and it is this eclecticism that elevated it to the rank of one of the great Hindu writings and earned him the name "Bible of the Hindus" or "Gospel of Krishna "as it is sometimes called.