Analysis Of The Geeta

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The content of the Geeta is the conversation between Lord Krishna and Arjuna taking place on the battlefield of Kurukshetra before the start of the war between the two clans of the brothers- the Kauravas and the Pandavas. Responding to Arjuna’s confusion and dilemma about fighting his own cousins, Bhagwan Krishna explains to Arjuna his duties as a warrior and prince and elaborates on different Vedantic concepts. This has led to the Gita being described as one of the prasthana traya, the triumvirate of the canons of Hindu Philosophy, the other two being Upnishads and the Brahma Sutras.
Geeta stands supreme in its doctrines as the principles of religion were enunciated by God Himself. The answer to the question of “what physical
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Discussing each of them in detail, talking about Ishvara, one can say that an excellent rose budding in the garden doesn’t show upon its own. It has a source, the rose plant. The rose plant likewise has it foundation – the seed. Evidently there is a cause and an effect for everything in this world. Any object of this world we see is not screening all alone but is created from a source. Along these lines on observant thought we understand that each object has a source. How could a work of art show up without an artist, regardless of the fact that there is an easel, paint, brush, etc.? Thus by cautious analysis we find the artist as the main reason for a work of art to manifest. In the same way the creation is not generated on its …show more content…
They are always attempting to control nature. This is seen in their endeavor to be in command of space or planets. This predisposition to control is present in them because it is in Krishna – The Supreme Controller. But the living entities irrespective to their controlling facility can never be equal to the Supreme Regulator – Sri Krishna. As the root of a tree maintains the entire tree, Krishna, being the original root of all possessions, maintains everything in this material demonstration. This is also confirmed in the Vedic literature (Katha Upanisad

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