Pandavas and Kauravs were the rival forces who fought the battle of Kurukshetra against each other. The Pandavas prince Arjuna found himself in a quandary when he saw himself potholed against his own kinsmen and teachers. It was the time when his chariot driver Lord Krishna took the opportunity to explain Arjuna’s duties and responsibilities on the battle field. Different Yogic and Vedantic philosophies were told by Krishna to encourage Arjun on the battle field. This particular state of depression of Arjuna was recorded in the Bhagavad Gita. Krishna taught the larger picture of life and dharma (duty) to Arjuna.
According to Krishna’s belief the soul of every individual is perpetual and immortal but if he loses his life on the battlefield then only his material body is lost. Krishna advised Arjuna to always keep an eye on establishing the universal harmony which is one of the prime and important fundamental responsibilities. Fear and hesitations on the battlefield are the enemies while fighting for a cause.
Yogic paths of Bhakti (devotional service), karma (action), dhayana (meditation) and jnana (knowledge) were described by Krishna. The temporal ego always restricts the flourish of inner soul.
The state of Haryana goes into the celebration mood during the birth anniversary of Srimad Bhagavad Gita. The prime festival of Kurukshetra, Haryana, is celebrated while Gita Jayanti is celebrated. Kurukshetra is the place where the essence of Hindu religion was actually originated. It is going to be an enticing and charming experience for the devotees and holiday makers who visit the place during the festival.
The Bhagavat Gita is a holy book of Hindu Religion. It directs every individual how to approach his or her life in the future. It lets you know about the truth and right mode of worship to the God. It focuses on the betterment of character and life. The book comprises 700 verses.