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enter image description hereenter image description hereThe 'Bhagavad-Gita As It Is', 'the best-selling and most authorative version of this classic of world literature', by Bhaktivedanta Swami, 'the world's foremost Vedic scholar and teacher', reads in the purport of the sloka 10.42 (2nd edition, page 480):

'There is a Mission that regularly propounds that worship of any demigod will lead one to the Supreme Personality of Godhead, or the supreme goal.But worship of demigods is thoroughly discouraged herein..'

My question is :Different Missions exist having different translations and explanations of the Gita. Which particular body is being referred to here as 'A Mission', that is being mentioned as spreading a message which is thoroughly discouraged by the Gita?

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  • I think you can cut down on the sarcasm. – Lazy Lubber Apr 14 at 5:08
  • @LazyLubber each and every word i wrote are quotations except the question.So where did you find sarcasm? Please let me know. – user17294 Apr 14 at 5:13
  • @LazyLubber There is no doubt in the fact that it is the most popular and accepted version of the Gita. – user17294 Apr 14 at 5:18
  • 'the best-selling and most authorative version of this classic of world literature', 'the world's foremost Vedic scholar and teacher', Unduoubtedly this explanation throws a new light to the purport of this particular sloka of Gita, which NO Acharya could decipher. All these look sarcastic. – Lazy Lubber Apr 14 at 5:24
  • @Parimaputra just leave the sarcasm out the next time. – Wikash_ Apr 14 at 7:04

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