Producer/Director: Elda Hartley
Hinduism and the Song of God
A Modern Interpretation of the Bhagavad Gita
A timeless song, thousands of years old, the words of the Bhagavad Gita echo through time as though written only yesterday.
In this inspiring and informative film directed by Elda Hartley in the late 70s, the words of the Bhagavad Gita come alive through the practice of the four yogas and the four stages of life.
The camera introduces the viewer to individuals considered in India to be living saints, takes the viewer to visit holy shrines there and captures the spirit of self-realization core to the Hindu faith.
"The Hartleys have produced their finest work to date - images which are quintessential expressions of the spirit of India - satisfying as both an educational and esthetic experience."
- Dr. Bruce Long, Department of Asian Studies, Cornell University
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