Bhagavad-Gita, Theology, Indian philosophy, Krishna Vasudeva, Parthian Arjuna, Kurukshetra


This paper's primary purpose is to search out the hardcore of the tenet and teaching, among many others, of the Bhagavad-Gita, the Symphony of the Divine. But the beauty is in the eyes of the beholders. This is based on the key messages of the commentary of the book titled “What Bhagavad-Gita actually said?” written by the author of this article. The paper focuses on the critical messages of Bhagavad Gita and its surrounding circumstances. This work is based on the author's reflection on one of the most influential sublime texts globally, and that considered one of the holiest scriptures by Hindus Bhagavad Gita. The author concludes that Bhagavad-Gita is not a Book of Prayer. It contains: (1 Philosophical Focus, Chapters 1 to 6. (2) Preaching Focus, Chapters 7 - 12 and (3) Theological Focus, Chapters 13 - 18. At the same time, it is not a book of theology or philosophy. At least, it may be said to be a book of ethics or social morals. It is something of everything of vital daily life and living

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