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Bhagavad Gita- Need of difficult times

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Author, Writer, Educationist. Counsellor, AOL faculty, Electrical Engineer

As the humanity is going through a tough phase, everyone is looking for solace not only on financial matters but also about peace of mind, why life is so relentless and purpose of life…This tough phase taking toll on physical as well as mental health. The whole world is now looking at India’s spiritual wisdom. We, as Indians, generally don’t give much importance to our ancient knowledge which western countries and many other countries putting efforts to get in depth insights and imbibing this great knowledge which our ancient Sages rendered easily.

The world needs to turn towards real knowledge given by Lord Krishna to Arjuna in Bhagavad Gita. Resolutions to all kinds of problems encountered by each individual rich or poor, big or small, elderly or adolescent, from any background, gender, caste, creed, religion or colour are included in Bhagavad Gita. WE can simply treat it as “Management Guru”.

Bhagavad Gita is broadly divided into three segments, Knowledge, Action and Love. Bhagavad Gita shows path to the lost, answer to the baffled and wisdom to all. When Arjuna lost his confidence and mind shattered, that time Lord Krishna offered him knowledge about transient and eternal presence of our soul and how to keep mind steady even in adverse conditions to uplift Dharma, righteous path, with right actions and see whatever is happening with larger dimensions. Mind and its associated dimensions are the main cause of never-ending sufferings in our life, even in good times, we are not happy in true sense. Ultimately, leading to many problems on physical, mental and social level. The simple reason behind all these issues we have never been taught about these dimensions in our school life or college life. It is utmost important to give this precious knowledge from Bhagavad Gita from our schooling days. Once the child learns to calm his/her mind, obviously he/she will achieve any goal/objective with joy and peace of Mind, then we can call it as real success. Lord Krishna gave prominence on Yogic practices, mainly meditation. Meditation practiced over a time period brings clarity in mind about our potentials, eliminates stress, cleanses memory from unwanted stuff and our connection with almighty.

Lord Krishna said, While performing various actions, do it as an act of God and don’t think continuously about the result, so that the action will be more profound and effectively performed. Whatever will be result of your actions accept it graciously, you will have your fruit at right time. We are witnessing in today’s world especially with youngsters, every action is seen with the glass of success or failure, ultimately leading to losing hope, depression, aggression, disturbed mind creating a negative environment for everyone. Read Bhagavad Gita to know how to perform actions with peace of mind and joyful manner so that we progress gradually on material as well as spiritual life.

Lord Krishna Said, God is supreme and omnipresent. During adverse situations, your near and dear ones may leave you, however I will be always with you, my love is unconditional. So, perform every action as my action with love. You came empty handed and will go empty handed, so to satisfy your ego and for sensual pleasures don’t perform any evil acts.

If we see with awareness, god always helped us whenever we are in dire need of it. So have faith in god and move ahead in life with confidence and gratitude that almighty is showering love on us.

When most of the people have lost confidence and hope owing to corona crisis, everyone needs to turn our mind towards our great knowledge book “Bhagavad Gita”. It is our duty to make it a mass movement enabling government and schools to make it as mandatory subject in our schools.

Pankaj Jagannath Jayswal

Author, Writer, Educationist, Counselor, AOL Faculty, Electrical Engineer

Books released: Youth: Reflection of Universe and in Hindi Yuva: Bramhand ka Pratibimb

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