Each verse of the Dru version of the Gita, a classic yoga text, offers thoughts on the translation, then asks you to become part of the process and actually use the teachings in your daily life. It offers a modern day mantra, a new way of listening to your loved ones and colleagues, how to dedicate a day to unfold a higher prophecy, a way of relinquishing the dreaded desire of the senses and even how to ask for troubles, so you can vanquish them with aplomb. It leaves with a feeling of fulfilment, and a quest for a higher grace with a practical tool box on how to get there.
The Dru Bhagavad Gita is no half-hearted attempt at another Anglisised epic, it is a rich insight into one of the worlds highly regarded mystical treasures. It is must not just for the library, the briefcase, the office, the mantelpiece or the bedside table but a constant companion.