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What do You think about Srimad Bhagavatam Why don t I catch the drift of it What is that attractive there
Posted On : 03/11/09 1:08:10 PM
Abhi Tripathi Reward Points : 75700 Member Since : Monday, January 07, 2008
Background of Bhagavad Gita commences from that period when King Dhritarashtra pleads to Sanjaya, his advisor to narrate to him circumstances in the Kurukshetra battlefield. It is from Sanjaya Dhritarashtra hears that Arjuna, the third Pandava has suddenly sat down all dejected and downtrodden, denying to war against his own cousins, the Kauravas and teachers. It is here that Lord Krishna embarks on his historical journey to explain to Arjuna the pros and cons of war. Philosophy of Discrimination according to Bhagavad Gita is one, where man should stay unravelled by any materialistic traps and worldly desires. It is best that one should learn to discriminate between right work and malicious work. Spirit and matter in Bhagavad Gita are described as the cardinal objects in life, without which man is deprived of his senses and breathing. The Self within humans is actually matter composed of several components on earth, to which Krishna again is the master. he primary three qualities within man as described in Bhagavad Gita are Purity, Passion and Ignorance. These are three distinct root causes that confine man to his worldly worries and tribulations. hagavad Gita speaks about Almighty in a universal sense. According to Krishna, the sense or identification of the almighty is indeed vague in the physical world everyone possesses a variant vision of his own God. However, true Almighty can never be understood while being chained in the cycle of life. The real essence of the Almighty can only be had after one is liberated from this materialistic cycle of rebirth and death. A true sage can with strong concentration attain Eternity and be a part of the Almighty s circle. Though every perishable souls is gifted with an understanding of the Lord from heart, yet a fool can never distinguish Him from others. Such knowledge requires accurate wisdom and insight.
Posted On : 03/16/09 10:36:15 PM
Roop Chatterjee Reward Points : 21400 Member Since : Wednesday, February 11, 2009
According to Bhagavad Gita s philosophy of discrimination, that which is not, shall never be that which is, shall never cease to be. To the wise, these truths are self-evident. The Spirit, which pervades all that we see, is imperishable. Nothing can destroy the Spirit. According to Krishna advising Arjuna on his phase of despondence, the material bodies which the Eternal, Indestructible, Immeasurable Spirit inhabits, are all finite. Therefore, it would be best for Arjuna to fight like a valiant. He who thinks that the Spirit slays and he who thinks of It as killed, are both ignorant. The Spirit never slays, nor is it never slain. It was not born It would never die: nor once having been, can It ever cease to be: Unborn, Eternal, Ever-enduring. The Spirit never dies even when the body is lifeless and dead. One who is knowledgeable about the Spirit being Indestructible, Immortal, Unborn, Always-the-Same, can never slay one or become the reason to be slain.
Posted On : 03/17/09 10:33:31 PM
Manasi Mathur Reward Points : 11600 Member Since : Friday, October 17, 2008
What amuse me is the Self control in Bhavad Gita. Self-control in Bhagavad Gita speaks that a real saint is that individual, who ponders impartially upon all, lover, friend, or foe indifferent, hostile unknown or relative virtuous or sinful. Krishna licences a student of spirituality to try ceaselessly to concentrate his mind to let him live in seclusion, very much alone, with mind and personality curbed, liberated from desire and without possessions. After the student chosen a holy place, he can sit in a firm posture on a seat, neither too high nor too low, and covered with a grass mat, a deerskin and a cloth.
Posted On : 03/18/09 10:36:28 PM
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Piyush Goel has completed world first mirror image book SHRREMADBHAGVADGITA in two languages HINDI AND ENGLISH ALL 18 CHAPTERS 700 VERSES .
.World First Mirror Image Book SHREEMADBHAGVADGITA In Two Languages Hindi And English. He has written the world s first Shrimad Bhagwad Geeta in mirror image. It is the first Bhagwad Granth in the world written in mirror image. I wrote the epic in my own hand writing in two languages Hindi and English. One can read all the 18 chapters and 700 verses in front of a mirror. The feat certainly shows the will power of a man who put everything readable in front of a mirror. Since my childhood I had a strong desire to copy everything in front of a mirror. Though I was not sure to achieve this uncommon art yet I did it. He recalled how an accident had changed his life. I met with a serious accident in year 2000 and remained in bed for a long time. At that time I had developed this art he reveals. Piyush is now known as Mirror Image Man . Apart from Shrimad Bhagwad Geeta he has written Shree Durga Sapt Satti in Sanskrit language Sunderkand Arti Sangrah and Shree Sai Sachcharitra in two languages HINDI AND ENGLISH all 51 chapters 308 pages more than one lakh words . He has also completed Ramcharitmanas Only Dhoas Chhands And Sortas now-sa days he is writing with nail on a-4 size aluminium sheet of his own book Piyush Vani