What BhagavadGita says about life?

Bhagvat Geeta is all about finding strength. It’s about mental peace, forgiveness, duty and above all, living an easy life.  The Bhagvat Geeta is a conversation between two charismatic yet polar opposite personalities: The great warrior Arjun and the Great Politician Krishna. https://www.quora.com/Why-is-the-Bhagavad-Gita-important

 The Bhagavad Gita is found in the 11th chapter of the Indian epic, The Mahabharata; however, it is much older than the Mahabharata. The word Gita means song. Bhagavad Gita means the Lord’s song.

The Bhagavad Gita is a mystical text that speaks about “the nature of things.” It speaks about humanity, Reality and our place in that Reality, as well as the actions we are to take to find wisdom and happiness. It emphasizes the various yogas—ways in which humanity can deal with the ever-changing world and the emotions.


From the second chapter, it begins to explain some of the highest spiritual realizations known to humanity. It begins to explain exactly who and what we really are as spiritual beings. Without this knowledge in a person’s life, the Vedic literature says that humans are little better than polished animals. https://www.stephen-knapp.com/importance_of_bhagavadgita_in_this_day_and_age.htm

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The Bhagavad Gita rotates around the accompanying inquiries: How would someone be able to carry on with a real existence profoundly important without pulling back from society? The Gita challenges the general accord that just religious zealots and priests can carry on with an ideal otherworldly life through renunciation and underlines the estimation of functioning profound life. https://www.imnepal.com/importance-bhagavad-gita-daily-life-reasons-why-how/