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Life lessons from the Gita

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Ramanarao Kallepally
Bhagwat Gita gives good inspiration to Indian people.
by Ramanarao Kallepally on Sep 15, 2015 12:56 PM

Life lessons taught by Gita should be followed by the citizens of India as a whole, there is no discrimination in the lessons which will create panic amongst the people of India (Print this message), the MPs, MLAs & MLCs are being sworn at the time of taking oath taking ceremony in LS, RS and Assembly elections before the President of India (First citizen of India) and Chief Justice of India as per the norms prescribed in the Constitution of India. In such case, after taking oath ceremony why the Ministers, MPs MLAs,MLCs are not following the guidelines as per oath taking ceremony, why criticisms are being made in public, in media and through newspapers which himself is great insult in Politics of Indian democratic country which is being treated as one of the biggest democratic country in world, which should be stopped henceforth by the Political parties who are in power or in opposition to run both the houses of Parliament and in assemblies of the state for giving good governance and to fulfill the aspirations, commitments made by the political parties in their manifesto. Print this message.

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by on Sep 04, 2015 05:32 PM

BHGAWADGITHA IS TIMELESS. As on date nothing comparable to Bhagawadgeetha. Almighty Shiva's Blissful at http://youtu.be/W1bzGHXU1L4

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gopinath shanthachar
Lets walk the talk.
by gopinath shanthachar on Sep 04, 2015 04:23 PM  | Hide replies

Why is that we are unable to wage war against Pakistan in the same lines of GITA. Whom we are waiting for? Lord Krishna.....

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arungopal agarwal
Re: Lets walk the talk.
by arungopal agarwal on Sep 04, 2015 05:38 PM
No we are to become still Super power. Moreover what one get if he fights with a begger or rikshawala in the street, even the winner looses.

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Re: Lets walk the talk.
by piri on Sep 12, 2015 10:41 PM
We are unable to wage war against Pakistan only because that country is as much a nuclear armed state as India is !

Only fools will miss this point.

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by sidharth on Sep 04, 2015 01:32 PM

Inspiring passage. good article. Kudos to the writer

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Beautiful explanation of the incident
by VijaySagar on Sep 04, 2015 01:07 PM

For those here who are crying foul of the language use, I should salute you all for your expert knowledge of Gita , that allows you guys/girls to pass judgement on the authors language. I feel it is a very beautiful interpretation made simple and interesting to read for the younger generation. WE have to move with the times, or we get left behind. We have glaring examples of the other major religions which are still today grappling with reality.

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arungopal agarwal
by arungopal agarwal on Sep 04, 2015 12:28 PM  | Hide replies

This holy book is not for Hindus it is for total mankind and have answer for all the problems one faces. Different people have read, wrote and interpreted in the manner in which they understood it, as such few limitations will always remain to narrate it.
Geeta has mentioned very perfectly theory of KARMA, TRUTH-GYAN AND BHAKTI. No other philosophy can match it.

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sastry kaja
Re: Geeta
by sastry kaja on Sep 06, 2015 06:07 PM
You are right. \"ekam sat,Vipra bahudha Vadanti\" aptly applies to Srimath Bhagavath Gita.Truth is Eternal. Geeta does not speak of any God in form or Formless.It is secular in content.It is a repository of Sage vysa\'s intellect

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Srinivas Vooka
This is not right translation
by Srinivas Vooka on Sep 03, 2015 08:14 PM  | Hide replies

Please stop inferring Gita as you wish.. If you need to know what is exactly said in Gita please read \"Bhagavad Gita as it is\" by Sri Prabhupada.

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aniruddha sowale
Re: This is not right translation
by aniruddha sowale on Sep 04, 2015 12:24 PM

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