The Beloved Lord’s Secret Love Song

Published by HarperCollins

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“Graham Schweig’s new, beautiful, and accessible translation will remain the standard text of this marvelous Song for years to come, if it is ever to be superseded.”
–Huston Smith, author of The World’s Religions

“Crystal clear and eminently readable.”
–Ariel Glucklich, Professor of Theology at Georgetown University

“The Bhagavad Gita is a religious classic; Graham Schweig’s felicitous translation deserves to be called a classic in its own right.”
–Arvind Sharma, Birks Professor of Comparative Religion at McGill University

“Schweig has produced a beautifully readable, accurate and respectful translation that should become the standard text for classroom use.”
–John Borelli, author of Interfaith Dialogue


The Rāsa Līlā from the Bhāgavata Purāṇa

Published by Princeton University Press

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“This is truly first-rate scholarship. The five-chapter dramatic poem of the Rasa Lila is a gem of world literature, and Schweig has polished it masterfully. His translation gives a sense of the poetic aspect of the work as well as its theology.”
–E. F. Bryant, Rutgers University

“Schweig’s translation is accurate, expressive, and poetic. This book will be useful to classes in a variety of disciplines, including world literature, Eastern religions, and comparative art and culture.”
–June McDaniel, College of Charleston

“A comprehensive presentation of the Rasa Lila chapters from the Bhagavata Purana has been much awaited, and this volume by Dr. Graham Schweig will surely satisfy scholars and aesthetes alike. Dr. Schweig’s knowledgeable mind has danced well with his sensitive heart to produce a great accomplishment.”
–Acharya Shrivatsa Goswami, Radha Raman Temple, Vrindavana, India and author of Celebrating Krishna


Essential Teachings of A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupāda

Published by Oxford University Press

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“This is a labor of love-by Julius Lipner and Graham Schweig in preparing an unfinished manuscript for publication, and by Goswami in bringing specifically the theological work of his guru, Prabhupada, into mainstream academic discourse. I remember discussing this project with Goswami; he worried that his treatment of Prabhupada might discomfit ISKCON devotees and yet delighted in highlighting Prabhupada’s brilliant Vaishnava theologizing. I can see Goswami’s sweet smile as he ponders this book-a book that now embodies his creative, amazing life.”
Rachel Fell McDermott, Professor of Asian and Middle Eastern Cultures, Barnard College

“A Living Theology of Krishna Bhakti is a poignant testimony to the erudition and creativity of Tamal Krishna Goswami and to his dedication to drawing forth fresh insights from the traditions of Gaudiya Vaishnavism and Swami Prabhupada’s ISKCON. We learn a great deal about the Vaishnava theological tradition and about how to think theologically about Krishna with attention to history and circumstances, and with sensitivity to the age in which we live. Goswami’s work is valuable even in its incompleteness, making the case for a living Hindu theology that speaks to today’s world. It is also a tribute to Graham M. Schweig–Tamal Krishna’s friend, compatriot, posthumous editor–who brought the work into print and also offers concluding insights that humbly round out Goswami’s bold plan.” 
Francis X. Clooney, SJ, Harvard University 

“Tamal Krishna Goswami’s A Living Theology of Krishna Bhakti is an illuminating theological analysis of the life and teachings of his own guru, A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. Through this work Goswami, as a master mediator between religious and academic worlds, helps open the Hindu studies guild to new voices and alternative discourses and challenges us in the academy to provide hermeneutical and institutional space for the contributions of scholar-practitioners. Graham Schweig is to be commended for all of his efforts in completing Goswami’s work and bringing out this valuable study.”
Barbara A. Holdrege, Professor of Religious Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara