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    In many different religious texts, there are many similarities and difference; if you closely examine each of the texts. The same is true of both the Bhagavad Gita and The Raptures of St. Teresa. While examining these two texts, it is obvious that the experiences that were described were both religious and instructional. In the case of Teresa, she goes on and on about the vision that God grants her and how they have helped to shape her life. “These refer to all visions [of life].” The simple and…

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    The Prince Arjuna Summary

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    In this tale, the prince Arjuna is on a battlefield and meets an incarnation of Krishna. This was a huge moment in religious history, for from this moment on there was a great need for gods to show up when needed. This did help to transform the façade of religion in India and may…

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    Arjuna also travels to the world of the god Indra and on his way he fights against the god Shiva who assumes the form of a mountain man. Once in Indra’s heaven, Arjuna spends ten years and he learns to dance. The background of Arjuna’s adventures relates to an episode in which two sets of cousins, the Pandavas and the Kauravas, are competing for the throne. Yudhisthira, the eldest of the Pandava brothers, loses his right to rule during a dice game. Tha Kauravas challenge Yudhisthira to…

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    Mahabharata Importance

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    RELEVANCE OF MAHABHARAT IN PRESENT TIMES Mahabharata, written by Maharishi Ved Vyas, is one of the two great epics of ancient India. It is one of the greatest stories ever told and is undoubtedly one of the most vast, vivid and detailed epics of the world. It is not a story, it is not a poem not even an epic but rather a philosophy about humans, the evolution of their thought process and the battles of their interests. The account holds true and relevant even in current times. It is said that…

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    Creative Adaption: Birth of Karna I have never considered what a child means to me before I received the mantra from Durvasa. Nor did I think about marriage. However, I am always curious. What do men and women do to have children? What will it feel like when mating with gods? What is it like to give birth to a child of god? Such thoughts are just bothering me all the time, whenever I am eating, bathing or dreaming. Sometimes I cannot help but to think such questions in my mind even when talking…

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    explain to Arjuna? Ans b) Bhagavad Gita All through the ages, religions have utilized…

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    Bhagavad Gita is part of Mahabharata, an epic written 5000 years ago by Sri Veda Vyasa, and is composed of seven hundred verses of Hindu scripture in Sanskrit. The Bhagavad Gita has become a very renowned text because it deals with the dilemma faced by Arjuna, the great warrior prince, who is driven to behave cowardly despite it not being in his nature. Krishna guides him through numerous means of support and restores his valor such that he ultimately wins the war. Incidentally, his problem is…

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    shape a person’s actions, Arjuna who is in between the middle of fighting this epic war finds himself stuck between being the warrior, he has trained all his life for or to care for his family no matter their differences. Arjuna with guidance from Krishna embarks on a journey of self-discovery separating between duty and morality. After failing to peacefully regain the throne from Duryodhana, Arjuna and his brother have no other option than to go into an epic battle. Arjuna literally and…

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    Comparative Book Review The texts The Bhagavad Gita, Apology, and In the Buddha’s Words all have different concepts of their God/deities, but share the same common base of themes. In The Bhagavad Gita, the theme is to not fear death and live in the moment. Being a part of the world, doing the best you can, helping others, and not getting egoistic with your actions are also all themes. In Plato’s’ Apology, the theme is using wisdom and virtue to improve the society. Having more self-knowledge…

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    and attachment. One of the most important Hindu texts is the Bhagavad Gita, which is the story of Arjuna, a warrior who doesn’t want to fight, and who is convinced by Krishna, the avatar of Vishnu, to fight anyway and fulfill his dharma. One of the main texts in Buddhism is the Dhammapada, which describes in verse many of the main concepts of the religion. If the author of Dhammapada were giving Arjuna advice instead of Krishna, the outcome would be nearly the opposite. In Hinduism, the concept…

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