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    The Bhagavad Gita is a summary of the Upanishad, which in turn is a summary of the 4 Vedas. From the Bhagavad Gita we learn that our goal as a human being is to connect to god and merge with him once we die, because out of the 8.4 million species, we are the only ones that can reach him. Lord Krishna tells us that to reach him we need to perform do our duty for the greater good and dedicate our work to him. We also have to meditate and make sure all our actions are Satwic. Your actions should be without expectations and attachment, it should be for the greater good, it should be dedicated to god, but most importantly it is the intention behind the action that counts. Even though the multiple people can do the same action, it is the one that…

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    About The Gita I chose to read The Bhagavad Gita, translated by Eknath Easwaran. In the preface Easwaran recalls a train ride from India to Simla, and making a stop in Kurukshetra. The name can literally be translated as “Song of the Lord”. This place was the setting of the Mahabharata. The Author compares the Gita to the Sermon on the mount saying that both have an “immediacy” and both are timeless. They describe getting off the train and taking in the scenery. His companion tells him to…

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    Bhagavad Gita Salvation

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    The Bhagavad Gita recounts the story of a battle over control of a land known as Hastinapura. Arjuna, leader of the Pandavas, stands on a battlefield opposite his kin, the Kauravas, and turns to the Lord Krishna for courage. Just before the start of the battle, Arjuna has a conversation with Krishna, an avatar of Brahman, on whether or not battling his own family is the right thing to do, for it seems to be one of the greatest sins. In response, Krishna advises Arjuna not to question God’s will…

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    The Bhagavad-Gita is a rather small section in the overall massive text of the Mahabharata. However, the size of this passage had no effect on its ability to influence. The likes of Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Annie Besant, and Mohandas K. Gandhi were all inspired or influenced by this text. The Bhagavad-Gita wouldn’t be the inspiring text is it today if it hadn’t been influenced by many other religious texts that came before it. The Bhagavad-Gita takes ideas from other religious…

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    Bhagavad Gita Hinduism

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    The Bhagavad Gita tells the story of a warrior conflicted on whether or not to fight in a battle with his family and former friends. This warrior, Arjuna, shares his confliction with Krishna, who is an embodiment of Lord Vishnu, the supreme God of Hinduism. Krishna tells Arjuna that he must fight in this battle. Part of Krishna’s reasoning is the link between Hinduism and post-Industrial service…

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    What Is The Bhagavad Gita

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    The Bhagavad-Gita is an ancient Hindu scripture that encompasses seven hundred verses and conveys how we are attached to the pleasures, desires, and duties that distract us from our true self. Slightly older, the Daodejing is an ancient Chinese text that is comprised of eighty-one brief chapters. As the fundamental text of Taoism, the Daodejing expresses how we must be in a state of “Wei Wei,” in order to be synchronized with the ever-changing universe. The author of the Daodejing was a sage…

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    bishop of Caesarea, tells a history in The Life of the Blessed Emperor Constantine around 337-339 CE (MMW 5). The Bhagavad Gita indirectly refers to the sage Vayasa as the author of The Bhagavad Gita from the larger selection of the Mahabharata (The Bhagavad Gita. Introduction.5). 2. Question: A. Based on a comparison of “The Bhagavad Gita” by Veda Vayasa and “The Life of the Blessed Emperor Constantine” by Eusebius of Caesarea, what do these texts reveal about the problems of the Hindu and…

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    Bhagavad Gita Notes

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    Bhagavad-Gita as Guide India is one of the biggest countries in the world with a long history of great Indian civilization. It contains many important historical events, the rise and decline of empires, prolonged wars, establishment of their own religion, language, social structure, own philosophy and cultural values that were passed from generation to generation. There are several world known ancient Indian texts that contain all the wisdom and teachings of the Indian civilization that were…

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    Analysis Of Bhagavad Gita

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    The Bhagavad Gita is regarded as one of the greatest teachings or scriptures of all Asian cultures. The Gita is designed to teach the understanding of a person’s inner self and how a person is to connect with god. The teaching is intended on bringing, in essence, a person into a state of enlightenment connection and communication with god. The teaching is intended as a guide and is more of an oral teaching then a book. Krishna in the story, who is god incarnate, is in the great battle between…

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    The Bhagavad-Gita is a story about a one of the Pandava brothers in combat against the Kauravas for the rights to the kingdom. The story takes place on the battlefield of Kuruksheta and contains the divine conversation between Arjuna of the Pandavas brothers and an avatar of Lord Krishna. The arguments presented in this story rationalize and support “righteous war” or dharmya yuddha, war that is just and well deserved (Upadhyaya, 164). Arjuna questions the morality of the situation and seeks…

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