The Bhagavad-Gita is the part of the Mahabharata. (The one great Hindu epic) The eighteenth book of the Mahabharata, which may have originally been an independent mystical poem, is the Bhagavad-Gita. The Bhagavad-Gita is the most popular Hindu scripture because in it god speaks directly to man. The Bhagavad-Gita is the song of the supreme Exalted One. The Bhagavad-Gita is significant as a scriptural form in that it contains the idea of revelation occurring through incarnation.
Based on the Vedic text, it is clear that Arjuna must behave in relation to his Svabava and the follow-on Swadharma. This is because Svabava can be easily be interpreted and treated as a person’s God given gifts and personality characters as well. Swadharma can be translated as the certain set of individual codes of conduct that comes from someone’s Svabava. As a result, Arjuna, by his benefits or advantage of being born into the combatant or military family; Kshatriya needs to take on his own roles in the battleground. It is; therefore, indirectly and tacitly required of him to have a successful battle to achieve the final mission and goals of liberating the
The Ramayana is an ancient Sanskrit epic about Suryavanshi (descendant of the sun) Prince Rama. It is one of the two most significant Ancient Indian epics. The second, being the Mahabharata. Scientific analysis tells us that the Ramayana occurred anywhere about ten thousand to twelve thousand years ago, and the Mahabharata between 1100 and 800 BCE. Long ago, the wise and benevolent King Dashrath ruled over the kingdom of Ayodhya on the banks of the Sarayu River.
The Bhagavad Gita is one of the most important philosophical and religious classics in the world. It systematically synthesizes both rational analysis and religious inspiration in answering the fundamental questions of existence. The major ideas woven together in the Gita has their roots in ancient Indian texts like the Vedas, the Upanishads, and the Samkhya and Yoga systems. A number of chapters in the Gita are soaked in the concept of the three gunas of the Samkhya Philosophy. These three gunas are ‘satwa’, ‘rajas’ and ‘tamas’.
It is one of greatest and largest epic poems in the world. The Ramayana is composed in Sanskrit, an ancient language originated in mainland India. It is written around 300 BCE, by the poet Valmiki. Like Iliad, the Ramayana plays an important role in Hindu literature. The Ramayana is often compared to Iliad by Homer because these two epic poems have a lot in common in plot.
Link between Bhagavad Gita and Gandhi To Gandhi, the Bhagavad Gita is his “spiritual dictionary”. He will turn to the Bhagavad Gita when he is in doubt and when he is feeling helplessness. The Bhagavad Gita will comfort him and provide answers to his moral dilemma. Therefore, he will carry the Bhagavad Gita around with him at all times. After reading the Bhagavad Gita, two particular words fascinated him.
The Buddhist Goddess Vasudhara, translated Vasundhara, is a sculpture from Nepal during the late twelfth century, now in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Vasudhara is most commonly known for her wealth prosperity, and abundance. This piece is recognizably from Nepal because of the six-armed form of Vasudhara which is almost exclusively found in Nepal. This sculpture originated in India but has been adapted by the Nepalese people.Vasudhara is also known as the Goddess Lakshmi, however, she goes by many other names as well. This sculpture is in almost perfect condition except for a missing jewel in her crown and the center jewel in her belt around her waist.
She was supposed to choose Arjuna in the swayamvara. To choose Karna means to go against all the people present there. But she realized that to achieve Karna she has to be brave. She has to stand and face the consequences. But she was courageous enough to choose what her heart told.
India has the greatest living oral narrative tradition in the world. Whenever people look at Lingam, some common questions rise in their minds such as what is it? How is it born? Why people worship this? Even though Bhagavatha Purana answers these questions, children do not go through such a complex work.
And during his Wanprasthashramhe spent his life in the service of the people. This made him complete his work of religion(Dharmakarya). He begged not only for himself but for the poor also. He used to sharethe begged food with the hungry people. Like snobbish and so-called Maharajas, he never deceived the simple and illiterate people withwordsand took anything readymade from them.