"'Prime began this translation as a way of sharing the Gita with his own children, and his commentary exudes a fatherly and caring spirit.' Publishers Weekly 'This translation of the Gita brings this vital Hindu text alive for Western audiences. It may be the best English edition of the Gita for enticing customers to take a dip into a dazzling river of divine knowledge.' New Age Retailer" --New Age Retailer
Ranchor Prime worked as an environmental project manager in Britain and India, and has published ten books on Hindu spirituality and ecology. His books include Hinduism and Ecology, 1992, and Ramayan, A Journey, 1997. He lives in London where he is a regular broadcaster and public speaker.