Forgot your password? Register now and get access to your personal control panel. Introduction Bhagavad Gita is the holy scripture in Hinduism and it is considered to be one of the most important work pieces in this religion. This book is believed to contain the advice given by Lord Krishna to Arjuna in the battle of Kurukshetra. Lord Krishna is one of the incarnations of Vishnu, a supreme deity in Hinduism and he is known to have helped the Pandavas or the good people win over the Kauravas or the bad people in the Battle of Kurukshetra.
It would seem the only way to "know" Krishna would be to "meditate" on him. This is Questions like these that baffle the human mind, and have done so for centuries: what happens after we die? Is there truly life after death? It involves an interaction between two characters
The Bhagavad Gita looks at the purpose of life in their own unique way. Cycles of human life can be perceived on varying levels, dependent on your religion and beliefs. When considering the Hindu beliefs, their worldviews can be described as the actions you enforce here on earth, motivated by either desire or duty.
The Muslims and the British are people of different ideological backgrounds, ethnicities and religions, which has caused upheaval in India. The problem between the Muslims and the British and the Hindus was the fact that they believed their own civilizations and cultures to be superior, hence they had to change the Hindu people. In conquering of the lands, led to missionary work to convert Indians and change their entire society into that of the Muslims or British. What do the Hindus do?