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Bhagwad Gita - Lord Krishna Updesh in Gita

The whole idea of the Mahabharata culminates in the ultimate instructions of the Bhagavad-gita that one should give up all other engagements and should engage oneself solely and fully in surrendering unto the lotus feet of Krishna. . Sri Krishna says: "Giving no attention to people who laugh in ridicule, forgetting the body and insensible to shame, one should fall prostrate on the ground and bow to all beings down even to the dog, the Chandala, the cow and the ass.

See everything in Me and Me in everything. Surrender yourself unto Me. Do all actions for My sake. Cut off all sorts of attachments. Have perfect unswerving devotion to Me. Sing my glories."

philosophy of the bhagavad gita, philosophy and concepts, govardhana hill, instructions for parikramaGita teachings are Karma Pradhana. Lord Krishna has laid great stress on the importance of Nishkamya Karma, whereas His teachings to Uddhava are Bhakti Pradhana. He has emphasised much on the importance of Bhakti to Uddhava. In the Gita also the Lord has laid great importance on self-surrender. The Puranas hold a unique place in the history of religious literature of the Hindus. They contain mine of knowledge and information on all philosophical and religious topics. They are indeed an encyclopaedia of Hindu religion and ethics.

Bhagavata is a practical guide for all. It teaches that God-realization alone can give salvation for man, and shows the ways to attain God-consciousness. It teaches that God alone really exists and that God-realization is the be-all and end-all of life. It teaches us to realize God everywhere and always and in every situation of life. It is indeed a wonderful book. Bhagavata is the solace of life. It is unique in its beauty and charm, in its diction and philosophy. It is a valuable treasure-house of divine knowledge.

The book is worshiped in all Hindu houses. It is recited all over India by learned Pundits, Sadhus and Sannyasins. Jnana, Bhakti and Karma are assigned their respective places in this book. Karma is prescribed for those who are very much attached to the body and this world. Jnana is prescribed for those who are detached and dispassionate (Virakta). Bhakti is prescribed for those who are neither very much attached nor very much detached and who are indifferent. It teaches all about Bhagavata Dharma or the religion of love.

goverdhan dham, govardhan hill puja, fairs and festivals, krishna philosophy, krishna pilgrimagesIn Bhagavata Purana alone the history of the universe is systematically dealt with. Lord Krishna is the central figure of this unique book. Bhagavata teaches devotion that is associated with Jnana (Bhaktiytikta-Jnana). It does not divorce knowledge from Bhakti. It teaches that Jnana is extremely helpful to its perfect attainment. In Bhagavata the treacle of Bhakti is mixed with the elixir of Jnana.

The teachings given by Lord Krishna to Uddhava on the eve of His departure from this world, are wonderful. These are contained in the eleventh Skandha. Sri Krishna clears all the doubts of Uddhava, His friend, foremost disciple and the chief of the Yadavas. He gives instructions on a variety of subjects. But the one ringing note is: "See Me in everything. Surrender yourself to Me. Do all actions for my sake. Cut off all sorts of attachments. Have perfect unswerving devotion to Me. Sing My glories."


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