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Swami Bhoomananda Tirtha

093 – Essence Of Scriptures Day – 1 | Based on Bhagavad Gita

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This talk series was delivered by Swami Bhoomananda Tirtha during the Gurupoornima Retreat at Narayanashrama Tapovanam, Kerala.

Swamiji explains that the great epic-Mahabharata, written by Vedavyasa, discusses the decline and fall of the Kuru dynasty. Bhagavad Gita is a part of Mahabharata and is a historic composition, says Swamiji.

Swamiji briefly describes the circumstances which led to the Kurukshetra war. Having come to the battlefield after thirteen years of intense preparation, the armies are stationed facing each other. It is at such a time that Arjuna asks Sri Krishna (his charioteer) to station the chariot in between both the armies. Seeing his kith and kin arrayed against him whom he had to slay to win the war, Arjuna crumbled. He could not muster the sufficient resolve and strength to fight the war.

This is the crisis of the human mind in every troublesome situation, says Swamiji. The fate and plight of the human mind are the same in every generation.

Quoting two verses from the 2nd chapter, Swamiji discusses the condition of Arjuna and the admonition of Sri Krishna. Krishna begins the warfield instruction and treats Arjuna’s mind and its distress. Krishna's message is not only for Arjuna but for every human being, says Swamiji.

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