Srimad Bhagawat Gita as a Part of Mahabharata and its Comparison with Other Religious Literature

Dr. Pramila Ramani


Mahabharata is great Indian epics which discusses about facets of human life. It teaches many virtues in the form of story that is applicable even today in this technological world. It teaches Dharma always wins over adharma. We should be in the side of Dharma and follow good virtues. Our greed and lust ultimately will destroy our peace and will destroy us. This study introduces Mahabharata gives a snap shot of it and why Dharma-yuddha became inevitable. The confusion of Arjuna in the beginning of the war and how Lord Krishna clarifies it. The discourse between Arjuna and Lord Krishna is known as Bhagawat Gita. Certain verses of Bhagawat Gita is discussed and a comparison is made with other religious literature. The methodology used here is Analytical and Critical method for analysis of the philosophical content.

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