The Bhagavadgita forms part of the epic Mahabharata.

Its Authorship is attributed to sage Veda Vyasa

The Bhagavadgita contains 18 chapters of varying lengths and 600 (or 601) slokas or verses. Every chapter in the scripture is about a particular yoga, which may mean either a state or a method or approach. It is presented in the form a a dialogue. The scripture is considered both a Upanishad and a treatise on yoga (yoga-sastram). In this edition we are presenting translations of ten different scholars for each verse.

Bhagavadgita teaches responsibility, duty, moral values, devotion, soul centered living, physical and mental purity, selflessness, service, resolve, respect, equanimity, detachment, dispassion, discrimination, renunciation, and liberation.