A new modern epic poem is presented; Ganga Gita, which in Sanskrit
means Song of the Ganges, a poem about a spiritual journey, a
pilgrimage, in India. Because of the importance of the river
Ganges, a river that in some areas cannot be seen beyond to the
other side, and thus is all-mesmerizing, a river like a sea in
helpfulness to the people of India, this poem also is like a sea
poured out in the wildness of inspiration. With the use of the word
Gita, this epic is linked to two important texts in Indian poetic
history, the Bhagavad-Gita, written about possibly fifth to second
century anno an xpi nativitate (before christ), and the Gita
Govinda of Jayadeva, written about 1200 anno domini (in the year of
our lord). Thus, in these three texts about the lives and teachings
and delights of the Lord Krishna, there are almost a thousand years
separating each from each, and still the love of dear Hare Krishna
continues; this is a blessing to worship the same lord for
thousands of years In iambic pentameter, in English with much
Sanskrit and Hindi vocabulary, and some Latin vocabulary, and a
glossary to explain the abstruse words, this book was composed in
simply unstoppable flows of erudition and ornamentation, and within
it is truly the devanagri, the language of the gods. The action
thrills the reader; the adventure; the suspense; the danger; the
triumph With philosophical meanderings rippling through the text,
with the picturesque poetic descriptions of Indian life and
scenery, with the conversations of the heightened import, this text
fascinates and enthralls If the reader prefers classicism, a text
which reads as if it belongs to the classical repertoire of
literature, then this is the book to read It seems as if it was
written by a famous poet of an earlier era, and only discovered,
just recently; it is destined to be a classic Effused in the
spontaneity of the oracle, gifted to be heightened language, and
luxuriating in the spirituality of the new age, which transcends
mere allegiance to any one religion, thus to find that there is One
Lord worshipped by all, if you liked the classic epic poems of
history then you will also find this book transcendent This is the
second of the three epic poems of Sapphire Pleiades. They are a
gift to this galaxy through the auspices of the all-knowing lord
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