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1. Arjuna Visada Yoga

Arjuna's Dilemma

2. Sankhya Yoga

Transcendental Knowledge

3. Karma Yoga

Path of Selfless Service

4. Jnana Karma Sanyasa Yoga

Path of Knowledge and the Disciplines of Action

5. Karma Sanyasa Yoga

Path of Renunciation

6. Dhyana Yoga

Path of Meditation

7. Gyaan Vigyana Yoga

Self-Knowledge and Enlightenment

8. Akshara Brahma Yoga

Path of the Eternal God

9. Raja Vidya Yoga

Yoga through the King of Sciences

10. Vibhooti Yoga

Yoga through Appreciating the Infinite Opulences of God

11. Vishwaroopa Darshana Yoga

Yoga through Beholding the Cosmic Form of God

12. Bhakti Yoga

The Yoga of Devotion

13. Ksetra Ksetrajna Vibhaaga Yoga

Yoga through Distinguishing the Field and the Knower of the Field

14. Gunatraya Vibhaga Yoga

Yoga through Understanding the Three Modes of Material Nature

15. Purushottama Yoga

The Yoga of the Supreme Divine Personality

16. Daivasura Sampad Vibhaga Yoga

Yoga through Discerning the Divine and Demoniac Natures

17. Sraddhatraya Vibhaga Yoga

Yoga through Discerning the Three Divisions of Faith

18. Moksha Sanyaas Yoga

Yoga through the Perfection of Renunciation and Surrender

Introduction to Bhagavad Gita

Bhagavad Gita, also known as the Gita - "The Song of God" is a practical guide to one's life that guides one to re-organise their life, achieve inner peace and approach the Supreme (the Ultimate Reality). It is a 700-verse text in Sanskrit which comprises chapters 23 through 40 in the Bhishma-Parva section of the Mahabharata.

The Bhagavad Gita is a dialogue between Arjuna, a supernaturally gifted warrior and his guide and charioteer Lord Krishna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra. As both armies stand ready for the battle, the mighty warrior Arjuna, on observing the warriors on both sides becomes overwhelmed with grief and compassion due to the fear of losing his relatives and friends and the consequent sins attributed to killing his own relatives. So, he surrenders to Lord Krishna, seeking a solution. Thus, follows the wisdom of the Bhagavad Gita. Over 18 chapters, the Bhagavad Gita packs an intense analysis of life, emotions and ambitions, discussion of various types of yoga, including Jnana, Bhakti, Karma and Raja, the difference between Self and the material body as well as the revelation of the Ultimate Purpose of Life.