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The bhagwad gita is a poem within a poem the story is familiar in the mahabharta, arjuna, the warrior prince, prepares to go into battle to regain the kingdom which rightfully belongs to his brothers and him and which has been usurped by his cousins, the kauravas arjun is mounted on a chariot driven by his friend, the divine incarnation krishna arjun surveys the ranks of the opposing army and is swamped by doubts and uncertainties he is no longer sure that he wants to do battle against his own cousins, not sure that anything is worth the inevitable death of so many friends and loved ones he is filled with despair and turns to his friend to ask what he must do krishna gives his answer in the form of the immortal, much revered poem, the bhagwad gita in the eighteen chapters of the poem krishna stresses the need to perform one's duties in the world for the good of others he describes the nature of the godhead and gives the knowledge and wisdom through which arjun can free himself from the misery and pain of the world well before the end of the eighteen chapters it is obvious that the gita is far more than a religious scripture, it is a do-it-yourself manual which provides solutions to the major problems that man is likely to face in any age, in any place these selections have been taken from many translations of the gita among them those by ramesh menon, op ghai, eknath easwaran, jack hawley, juan mascaro, bhagwan sri sathya sai baba, swami chidbhavananda, swami prabhavananda, cristopher isherwood, swami chinmayananda, mahatma gandhi and jayadayal goyandka.

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