Bhagavad Gita And The Mahabharata

889 Words4 Pages
I believe the religious of Bhagavad-Gita is built around the portraying of the core beliefs and practices of Hinduism. Hinduism believes in one should do the right thing regardless, of what one believes is the right thing, because doing the right action shows that one belongs to a certain group. The Gita theme in the Mahabharata—Dharma believers who and what we are determined how we should act. The Gita is concerned with the principles of right or wrong and the good and bad, but not knowing what to do in difficult situations. The story is about Arjuna, one of five sons (Pandavas) Their father has died, leaving them in the hands of their uncle, Kauravas (Arjuna cousin). In addition, the Bhagavad Gita is about how justice and injustice were exposed from these two families through a war that will separate all parts of society. However, Duryodhana put together a scheme to trick Arjuna and his family out of their estate by any means necessary. Nevertheless, the Bhagavad-gita comes with at least two stages to be examined and the first one would be between Sanjaya and Dhrtarastra and Arjuna and Krsna. First, Gita accepts behavior that is morally of wrong during of wars from the warrior that saying it is malicious and can be stopped. Secondly, Gita seeks by self-surrender to obtain unity and believe in the spiritual apprehension of truth that is beyond the

More about Bhagavad Gita And The Mahabharata

Open Document