The Teachings Of Lord Krishna In Kurukshetra

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inevitable Lord Krishna as per the wishes of Arjuna became his charioteer and as requested by Duryodhana He gave His entire army to Duryodhana for the battle at Kurukshetra. It is at the battle field at Kurukshetra the great Divine Song namely Bhagavad Geetha emerged from Him. After spending one hundred and twenty years on earth in human form Lord Krishna felt that it was time for him to leave the earth as his mission for which he took birth in this world in human form that is, to destroy the evil forces and bring back righteousness on earth had been fulfilled. After all necessary preparations he went to a forest near Saraswathi River where He took the sacred , went and sat under an Ashwatha tree (the Fig or Banyan or Pipal tree that is considered …show more content…
However he seems to stress through His teachings in Bhagavad Geetha that the most suitable spiritual technique for a worldly being is the path of Selfless action that is termed as Karma Yoga. This is the ultimate message of Bhagavad …show more content…
However none knows experientially what happens to him after one’s death. So he may not be sure about the freedom that he will get by going beyond the repeated cycle of birth and death because some people believe only when anything is proved objectively through scientific experiments or by their own experience. But the ultimate knowledge about repeated birth and death neither can be proved objectively nor can be experienced by any one unless he is a realized one who can realize

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