The Bhagavad Gita : Few Questions and Answers

We all have some questions arose in my mind when we start or want to start read Bhagavad Gita. Someone asked us few question about Bhagavad Gita, like; “What is the Bhagavad Gita?,  Why should i read?,  How Gita helps in our life? and Is history aware of the greatness of Shrimad Bhagavad-Gita?” If you could help me to finding their answers, I will be grateful to you.QA Talking Bhagavad Gita

So with this post, Talking Gita bring some curious questions with their answers to him and to all about Shrimad Bhagavad Gita. Have a look Answers of your Questions!! Continue reading

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5 life lessons Krishna teaches us

We all are considered Sri Krishna as Jagatguru; he is the teacher of all teachers, the Guru of all Gurus. There is no Guru equal to him. We consider Bhagavan Sri Krishna as an incarnation of the Supreme Being. You may have heard through your studies that there have been many incarnations of Vishnu: Narayana, Mastya, Kurma, Varaha, Narasimha, Vamana, Parasurama, Sri Ramachandra, and Bhagavan Sri Krishna.

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Myth vs Fact about Bhagavad Gita

Here are some of the myths people generally have about Bhagavad Gita.

Myth: Bhagavad Gita has to be read only in old age. (Famous myth)

Fact: Bhagavad Gita should be read right from the beginning.

  • It’s as simple as saying Product manual should be read before using the product.
  • Bhagavad Gita was preached to Arjuna who was not old at that time.
  • Bhagavad Gita is nothing but the summary of all Vedas. During Vedic period all children used to go to Vedic schools i.e. gurukulas to learn Vedas.

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The relevance of Bhagavad Gita in Today’s World

{Based on the daily reading of the Talking Bhagavad Gita, published by Aadarsh Pvt Ltd, Bhopal}

Today we would understand the relevance with our perception and emotions for the action we do.Every action can be done with two view point; just mere action or doing it for the sake of doing it , other doing it with “bhawna” what emotion you attach to that action. Suppose two persons have gone to bathe in the river Ganga.

One of them says, “What, after all is this Ganga that people talk so much about? It is merely water. Combine two parts hydrogen and one part oxygen, and you will have Ganga.”

The other one says, “This great river emerged from the holy lotus-feet of Lord Vishnu, she dwelt in the matted hair of Lord Shiva. Thousands of seers—both ascetic and kingly—have done penance near her. Countless holy acts have been performed by her side. Such is this sacred Mother Ganga.”

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