The Bhagavad Gita is the sermon that takes place between Lord Krishna and Arjun before the start of the great Mahabharata war. The teachings by Lord Krishna assisted change Arjun’s outlook about life and, thus, his life path. While the scripture is many centuries old, the reason and knowledge intrinsic in its every word, make it an eternal guide.
The 700 verses of the Gita, arranged in 18 chapters, are a conversation between Lord Krishna and Arjuna before the battle begins. The battle embodies the ethical and moral struggles of human life.
Understanding the ageless guiding principles of the Bhagavad Gita can help us gain a deep insight into the questions of life. And, integrating the teachings of the scripture into our lives will encourage the habit of self-inquiry and guide us towards adopting a realistic approach to life.
The Bhagavad Gita is an epic scripture that has the answers to all our problems. It was considered a spiritual dictionary by Mahatma Gandhi and is a book of inspiration for many leaders of the world.
It begins with the understanding of dharma and progresses into various topics like body, mind, soul, timer, cause, and effect, moral and political philosophy, justice, etc that’s relevant to daily life.
This e-book attempts to provide one-liners of each chapter, a brief overview, and few select verses to help you apply the teachings in daily life.