Bhagavad Geetha Analysis

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the grandson of Arjuna and Subhadra (sister of Lord Krishna) who was the son of Abhimanyu (Arjuna’s son who was killed in the war).
The Divine Song- The Bhagavad Geetha
Bhagavad Geetha appears in the sixth book -the Bheeshma Parva of Mahaabhaaratha with eighteen chapters. The Bhagavad Geetha Parva in the Bheeshma Parva starts from section 13 onwards. Sections 13 to 24 deal with the conversation between Sanjaya and King Dhritharaashtra. These chapters tell about Sanjaya's return to Hasthinapur (capital of the Kaurava kingdom) from the battlefield at Kurukshetra and approaching king Dhritharaashtra at the end of 10th day of war with the news that Bheeshma the grandsire was hit and mortally wounded by the arrows of Arjuna, the king asking Sanjaya to tell him how the grandsire Bheeshma could be defeated, Sanjaya giving an account of the great warriors both on the
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Such differences are found in other Scriptures as well like Vedas, Vishnu Puraana etc.Such differences perhaps are due to the fact that these Scriptures are quite ancient and many of these Scriptures were handed down generations after generations only orally and they were written down on palm leaves only after a very long time and many of them were also lost incourse of time.
The entire scripture contains the teachings of Lord Krishna in the form of dialogue between Him and Arjuna, the third among the Paandavas, who was his cousin, friend, brother- in- law and also was of his age. Lord Krishna in this scripture is represented both as Saguna Brahman, the personal God with name, form and qualities (Lord Krishna, the Jeevatman, as the Avataar or incarnation of Lord Naaraayana or Vishnu in human form) and also as Nirguna Brahman, the supreme Universal Consciousness or Soul, the Almighty, that has no name, form, and qualities but is considered as the Absolute Universal Principle or

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