Bhagavad-Gita

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  90. ^ For classification of Madhva's commentary as within the Vedanta school see: Flood 1996, p. 124
  91. ^ Dating of 1199–1276 CE for Madhva is from: Gambhiranda 1997, p. xix
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  98. ^ For notability of the commentaries by B. G. Tilak and Gandhi and their use to inspire the independence movement see: Sargeant 2009, p. xix
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  114. ^ For Aurobindo as notable commentators, see: Gambhiranda 1997, p. xix
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  117. ^ see Fowler 2012 and Theodor 2010
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