To spread broadcast the teachings of Theosophy as recorded in the writings of H.P. Blavatsky and William Q. Judge
In addition to The BhagavadGita, together with Mr. Judge's invaluable commentaries (Notes on The Bhagavad-Gita), the Theosophy Company makes available other ancient texts of clear Theosophical import:
This is said to be the purest recorded form of Buddha's teaching, in a special Theosophical edition published in 1955.
Here, published in one volume, are represented two of the great scriptures of ancient Theosophy. These, together withThe Bhagavad-Gita and The Dhammapada, afford the student suggestive evidence that profound philosophy has always spoken a common language.
Though this book is not strictly speaking an "ancient scripture," no student of Gautama Buddha can fail to feel that Sir Edwin Arnold's epic poem, The Light of Asia, is a beautifully compelling and philosophically accurate rendering of Buddha's life and teaching.