Avadhūt-Gītā (‘Song of an Illumined One’). A Hindu work of 193 verses composed by Mahātmā Dattatraya. The Avadhūt-Gītā is a compressed summary of the way in which the Upaniṣads were moving in the direction of Advaita Vedānta.
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