Titles on Eastern Philosophy – karma, reincarnation, yoga, eastern mysticism.


Titles on the history and hegemony of Bhakti traditions, saints and philosophers.

Arts and Culture

Titles exploring the arts and culture in the Vedic and related traditions.


Titles on Eastern religion, its developments from ancient tradition to its modern form.

BBTAcademic strives to provide quality academic services related to teaching and research to North American schools, colleges and universities, especially those with departments of eastern philosophy, theology, and religion.

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“Whether the reader be an adept of Indian spirituality or not, a reading of Bhagavad-gita As It Is will be extremely profitable, for it will allow him to understand the Gita as still today the majority of Hindus do. For many, this will be the first contact with the true India, the ancient India, the eternal India.”

Dr. Geddes MacGregor
Emeritus Distinguished Professor of Philosophy
University of Southern California

“There is very little question that this edition is one of the best books available on the Gita and on devotion. Prabhupada’s translation is an ideal blend of literal accuracy and religious insight.”

Dr. Francois Chenique

Doctor of Religious Sciences
Institute of Political Studies, Paris

“The Gita can be seen as the main literary support for the great religious civilization of India, the oldest surviving culture in the world…. The present translation and commentary is another manifestation of the permanent living importance of the Gita . Swami Bhaktivedanta brings to the West a salutary reminder that our highly activistic and one-sided culture is faced with a crisis that may end in self-destruction because it lacks the inner depth of an authentic metaphysical consciousness. Without such depth, our moral and political protestations are just so much verbiage.”

Dr. Thomas J. Hopkins

Chairman, Dept. of Religious Studies
Franklin and Marshall College