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Subba Row

NOTES ON THE BHAGAVAD-GITA, by T. Subba Row, B.A., B.L., was first published in The Theosophist — the magazine founded by H. P. Blavatsky and Col. H. S. Olcott, at Madras, India. The first lecture, entitled 'Introductory,' was delivered at the Convention of the Theosophical Society held in Madras in 1885, and was published in the February, 1886, issue of The Theosophist, Volume VII, No.

1910. Thirty-six essays on a variety of esoteric, occult, and spiritualist subjects. Sample essays: Twelve signs of the Zodiac; Aryan-Arhat esoteric tenets on the sevenfold principle in man; Esoteric spiritualism; Swami of Almora to his opponents; Buddhism and ancient wisdom-religion; Bhagavad-Gita; Idyl of the White Lotus; Letter to Madame H. P.

T. Subba Row (1856-90) was an earlier member of the Theosophical Society.  He was greatly impressed by the work of Madame Blavatsky’s “Isis Unveiled”, and entered into correspondence with her. His article “The Twelve Signs of the Zodiac” was written and published in the monthly journal “The Theosophist”, well before he formally joined as a member. He was instrumental for the visit of the Founders to Madras (now Chennai) and the formulation of the Society’s policies later on.

 

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