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Questions and Answers about "Aham brahmāsmi", Ego, Humility, Karma, Good Karma, Ātma, and Brahman, from chapter 13 and 8 of Gītā.

QUESTION: If Prakriti is changeable then why can’t we change the situations that emerge for us?

You can change them.

Remember chapter 8, bhūta-bhavodbhava-karo visargaḥ karma-saṁjñitaḥ 1,044 more words

Business and Gita |Introduction

Gita is 5000 year old 700 verses hindu scripture in sanskrit. It’s a narrative between pandava prince Arjuna and his guide n charioteer God Krishana. Gita is about ethical and moral struggle of human life and finding the ‘way’ or the ‘right path’. 44 more words


Qualities of Lord

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There is hardly any doubt that whenever anyone in India would be asked to recite some verse from Bhagavad Gita, majority of them would land up in mentioning below two verses… 1,009 more words


Book Review: My Gita, Devdutt Pattanaik

Book Name: My Gita
Author: Devdutt Pattanaik

I have always been fascinated by Indian mythology not only because they depict our deity as super heroes, but also because you can gain some explicit and implicit lessons that these stories teach us. 312 more words


Am I an Avatāra?

Question: In Gītā’s Chapter 11 Krishna shows Arjuna his universal form. Does this set a benchmark? Because many people claim themselves to be GOD. If someone poses as such,  can we request him to show this universal form? 379 more words


Understanding Death—The Vedic Way

Though the ordinary man looks upon death with dread and sadness, those who have gone before know it as a wondrous experience of peace and freedom. 504 more words