Alternative text (alt text) is meant for readers who cannot see an image, such as blind readers and readers who use a text or mobile browser. It should summarize an image's purpose, and should not duplicate its caption. Every image should have alt text, except for purely decorative images, which should instead have "
The following table shows images and captions on the left, and alt text and captions on the right: the right column is what a visually impaired reader will hear. This table was computed from the copy of Bhagavad Gita cached on None.
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An 1830 CE painting depicting Arjuna, on the chariot, paying obeisance to Lord Krishna, the charioteer.
Photograph of a bronze chariot. The discourse of Krishna and Arjuna, in Kurukshetra has been captured in this photo.
An old torn paper with a painting depicting the Mahabharata war, with some verses recorded in Sanskrit.
Painting depicting a multi-armed, multi-headed being– Vishvarupa of Krishna.
Photograph of four pieces of paper with verses in Sanskrit.
An old painting illustrating the battle scene of the Mahabharata war. Arjuna is seen fighting the Kauravas with the gods looking down at the battlefield.
Photograph of three different translations of the Gita.
Rambhadracharya delivering a discourse