The second truth is about the hidden Self. He who clings to such an unstable phenomenon is bound to suffer since he is compelled by his own desires to engage in desperate actions to retain his unstable possessions, which cause him constant anxiety, anger, fear and envy.
It discards layer after layer of untruth, which surrounds us and reveals the shining Self that exists in us all as the center of truth and permanence, which we should ultimately discover.
Swami Dayananda from the Teaching of the Bhagavad Gita. When you feel that you have understood it all and you can safely go elsewhere for inspiration, a particular verse or a chapter may again start bothering you with new wisdom or a perplexing insight.
The Bhagvad Gita, the versed Hindu scripture has been occupying a very important place in the history of literature and philosophy. Second, third, fourth, fifth and eighteenth chapters of the Bhagavad-Gita deal with the first secret.
However, the problem is that the Russian translation has paragraphs that could be seen as promoting extremism; prosecutors started the case for that reason. To a question, which forces in Russia are interested in a ban on the Bhagavad Gita Volodin replied that "all the intelligence services in the world, including the CIA and M16, could never have come up with a more effective move to compromise Russia in India and in the world".
The first secret is about duty. This great book of wisdom belongs not only to Hindus but to the whole humanity". Bhagavadgita is not the only scripture which is composed as a spiritual dialogue. It makes one wonder why the Opposition is raising such a hue and cry.
The antiquity of the Bhagavad-Gita is hidden in tradition, ancient scriptures, myths and legends. Not only the Hindus, but most of the people who consider the Gita as a great piece of literature also are surprised at the wave of protest showed in Russia calling it a literature that spreads social discord.
The Bhagvad Gita has been occupying an important place in the mind of the Hindus as well as non-Hindus. A ban on the book, she said, would amount to "violation of constitutional rights of citizens to freedom of conscience and faith. Since it is based upon impermanence, it cannot be relied upon as a vehicle of truth, and it should not become the purpose of our existence.
It is felt by the Russian community in Goa as well as by a large section of Russians visiting Goa that the depth of knowledge and wisdom offered by the Bhagavad Gita cannot be understood by a casual reader.
He also opined that, while Prabhupada supplemented his version of the Bhagavad Gita with his own ideas and beliefs, his followers "have the same right for the freedom of conscience as believers of other religious confessions that observe the laws of the Russian Federation".
Such an approach not only liberates human beings from the struggling and striving that characterizes their egoistic actions, but also greatly reduces their anxieties and frustrations, creating in them in the process a permanent basis for a stable, peaceful and contended life.
It is not by inaction, not even by doing only the so called good deeds, one attains liberation, but by doing deeds without the sense of doer-ship as a sacrificial offering to God in the true spirit of renunciation and without shunning the responsibility, which comes with birth.
Earlier in the day, speaking to mediapersons outside the Assembly, Tawde said: Chief researcher of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciencesindologist Irina Glushkova said in an interview with RIA Novosti that there are various schools of Hinduism "and each school is based on its own scripture or commentary", adding that "from this point of view Bhagavad Gita As It Is has the right to exist as any other commentary or scripture.
Petersburg, the main centers of Indology in Russia,  and that they trusted the Russian judiciary, hoping that "finally the truth will prevail". The second, sixth, and thirteenth to eighteenth chapters deal with the second secret.
It contains the message of divine centered living based upon right knowledge, faith, devotion, self-surrender, detachment and dispassionate performance of tasks as opposed to the ego centered living, which is characterized by incessant striving, self-centered thinking, egoism, and suffering arising out of non-attainment of desires, or union with the undesired objects or separation from the desired objects.
By eliminating desires, without abandoning the actions, a person can free himself from the bondage caused by desire driven actions.A controversy erupted on Sunday over Bhagavad Gita being placed in front of the statue of former President Dr.
APJ Abdul Kalam in Rameswaram. The DMK and other parties in Tamil Nadu have condemned the move and raised questions over the motive behind placing Bhagavad Gita in front of the former President’s statue.
Jul 13, · In a circular issued Wednesday, the joint director of higher education had directed non-government aided colleges in Mumbai and its suburbs to collect their copies of the Bhagavad Gita from the Mumbai office Author: Express News Service. Dec 20, · In the wake of an uproar over a case in a Russian court seeking ban on Bhagavad Gita, the government on Tuesday termed the complaint as "patently absurd" and expressed confidence that Moscow will.
Fr. Frazer Mascarenhas reading verses from the Koran and Bhagavad Gita during mass at St. Peter’s Church last week has triggered a debate within the community, with some members even labelling it as anti-Christ. Article: CONTROVERSY OVER THE BHAGVAD GITA A great controversy has been going on throughout the nation over the ban of the great Hindu scripture The Bhagvad Gita.
article: controversy over the bhagvad gita A great controversy has been going on throughout the nation over the ban of the great Hindu scripture The Bhagvad Gita in Russia. Not only the Hindus, but most of the people who consider the Gita as a great piece of literature also are surprised at the wave of protest showed in Russia calling it a.Download