This thesis is an analysis and developing construction of how love is defined utilizing the Hindu text Bhagavad Gītā. This work uses a theological method to arrive at ever-expanding definitions of love. One major finding is an understanding of love as multi-layered, that is it is present at all levels of our existence albeit to various degrees. Three examples of this variegated love are the love we experience in this world, gopī love, and love demonstrated by Śrī Rādhā.