All 824 pages read!
I’m not entirely sure what I think; it certainly had a lot of interesting ideas and it was worth a read, but to be honest I’m not sure how much I’m taking from it with me. Probably not very much. When I tried my best to remove the religious layer and see what was under it (I’ve nothing against religion by the way; I just personally prefer not following one). I did like many of its ideas, but on the other hand I found it very repetitive at times and much more religious (and less philosophical) than I thought it’d be. I hope nobody won’t take offence; it had a lot of wisdom in it, I’m glad I read it and I’ve nothing against it, but I guess it wasn’t really for me in the end.
(On a side note, Sanskrit seems like a very interesting language. I may have to look into its grammar structure a bit…)
Anyway… I must say that I still think even after all those chapters that Arjuna shouldn’t have fought :-)