What BhagavadGita says about life?

As per the provisions of the Oaths Act-1969a person can either swear in the name of God or solemnly affirm to state the truth while either deposing in a court or filing an affidavit or any other application before a court

“The two options indicate that if a person is a believer in God or Almighty then he or she can take an oath. https://qr.ae/TWGZAS

According to Indian court laws, a person is free to take oath on any holy book of his/her liking. Atheists or children are free to not choose any book at all.

Oaths Act-1969, a person can either swear in the name of God or solemnly affirm to state the truth while either deposing in a court or filing an affidavit or any other application before a court.

He recalled the Sanskrit verse of Chapter 4 of the Bhagavad Gita to underline that ‘the meaning of this profound statement, when viewed after a thousand generations is this

That each age and each generation brings with it the challenges and tribulations of the times.’https://www.rediff.com/news/column/right-to-privacy-and-the-bhagavad-gita/20170928.htm

New Delhi: ” It is the duty of every citizen of India under Article 51-A of the Constitution of India, irrespective of caste, creed or religion, to follow dharma as propounded by the Bhagavad Gita”.

This is not a chorus by any Saffron brigade, but the pronouncement of a judge of the Allahabad High Court.

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