The Shri madbhagwat Gita often referred to as Gita is a verse 700-verse Hindu scriptures that are a part of epic Mahabharata .it is considered to be one of the holy scriptures for Hinduism. The Shrimad Bhagavad Gita Sanskrit: श्रीमद्भगवद्गीता, romanized: śrīmadbhagavadgītā, ’The Song by God often referred to as the Gita. The author of Bhagat Gita is Traditionally attributed to Vyasa .whose full name was Krishna Dvaipayana, also called Veda-Vyasa. The Gita was composed by Narrate Vyas, and it was written by Ganesha. Ganesh Ji wrote this by breaking one of his teeth. After that, they wrote this iconic book.
Many people talk about the time when Gita would have been written. It keeps many knowledgeable people telling their own thoughts about this. J. A. B. van bitumen too states that the Gita was likely composed about 200 BCE. And Buddhist literature by Asvaghosa (c. 100 CE), Apart from this, many people speak many thoughts. about the time it takes to compose.
When there was a war of religions between the Pandavas and the Kaurabs, then Shri Krishna was with the Pandavas. Arjuna refused to fight after going to the battlefield. she told me not to fight, how can I kill my own Here everyone is my own, my teacher, my brother, my uncle, my mother-in-law. . Everyone is my own. Then Shri Krishna explained to Arjuna They have to fight because the fight is necessary.
It’s not just his fight, it’s a fight for religion He has to settle people from sin by killing the Kauravas. Krishna counsels Arjuna to “fulfill his Kshatriya (warrior) duty to uphold the Dharma” through “selfless action” . The Krishna–Arjuna dialogues cover a broad range of spiritual topics, touching upon ethical dilemmas and philosophical issues that go far beyond the war Arjuna faces.
Krishna then showed Arjuna the form of Vishnu. And said you will only kill the body, all these are inside me, I am doing everything. Everyone is dead according to himself ,The Bhagavad Gita presents a synthesis. of Hindu ideas about dharma, theistic bhakti, and the yogic ideals of moksha. The text covers jñāna, bhakti, karma, and rāj yogas (spoken of in the 6th chapter) incorporating ideas from the Samkhya-Yoga philosophy.
In the same way, many things have been talked about in life in Gita. With whom we can become a better person Which will help us to grow at Spiritual and Mental level, Lets we discuss Bhagavad Gita quotes
1) The soul is neither born, and nor does it die
2)You came empty-handed, and you will leave empty-handed.
3)Man is made by his belief. As he believes, so he is.
4)A person can rise through the efforts of his own mind; or draw himself down, in the same manner. Because each person is his own friend or enemy.
5)Because an original is always better than a copy!
6)Bad actions bring bad endings.
7)World’s well-being starts with self-sacrifice.
8)Everything is in your mind.
9)Bigger the ego, smaller the mind.
10)They live in wisdom who see themselves in all and all in them.’
11)They alone see truly who see the Lord the same in every creature, who see the deathless in the hearts of all that die. Seeing the same Lord everywhere, they do not harm themselves or others.!’
12)Whatever I (Lord Shri Krishna) am offered in devotion with a pure heart – a leaf, a flower, fruit, or water – I accept with joy.’
13)Causes and results, including emotional opposites, are things that come and go. This knowledge helps you endure them all.’
14)One has to learn tolerance in the face of dualities such as happiness and stress, warmth and cold and by tolerating such dualities become free from anxieties regarding gain or loss.’
15)I(Lord Krishna) take upon Myself the concern for the welfare of those who worship Me with the undistracted mind, and have thereby yoked themselves permanently to Divine Spirit’
16)Those who are motivated only by desire for the fruits of action are miserable, for they are constantly anxious about the results of what they do.’
17) Whatever has happened is happened for good, whatever is happening is happening for good, whatever will happen, shall also be good.’
18)In some moments of utter silence and aloneness, you must have looked right into the eyes of God. Then you looked away in fear and came back to noise. Because once the eyes of God pull you in, you can’t come out.”
19)Do not wish for death, for certain, you will die. Rather implore God for well-being to serve Him in the best way
20)I have no desire for anything other than to repair what is between me and the Lord of my heart
21)A gift is pure when it is given from the heart to the right person at the right time and at the right place, and when we expect nothing in return
22)Anyone who is steady in his determination for the advanced stage of spiritual realization and can equally tolerate the onslaughts of distress and happiness is certainly a person eligible for liberation.
23)Hell has three gates: lust, anger and greed.
24)You have the right to work, but never to the fruit of work. You should never engage in action for the sake of reward, nor should you long for inaction. Perform work in this world, Arjuna, as a man established within himself – without selfish attachments, and alike in success and defeat.
25)I have become Death, the destroyer of worlds.
26)He who experiences the unity of life sees his own Self in all beings, and all beings in his own Self, and looks on everything with an impartial eye.
27)कालो ऽस्मि लोकक्षयकृत्प्रवृद्धो….. ( I am Time, the great destroyer of the world.
28)The wise grieve neither for the living nor for the dead. There was never a time when you and I and all the kings gathered here have not existed and nor will there be a time when we will cease to exist.
29)Perform all work carefully, guided by compassion.
30)It is Nature that causes all movement. Deluded by the ego, the fool harbors the perception that says “I did it”.
31)I am the Atma abiding in the heart of all beings. I am also the beginning, the middle, and the end of all beings.
32)When a person responds to the joys and sorrows of others as if they were his own, he has attained the highest state of spiritual union.
33)Our mistake is in taking this for ultimate reality, like the dreamer thinking that nothing is real except his dream.
34)As a man casts off worn-out garments and puts on others that are new,
so does the soul cast off its worn-out bodies and enter into others that are new.
35)Holding pleasure and pain, gain and loss, victory and defeat as alike, gird yourself up for the battle.
36)The wise, possessed of knowledge, having abandoned the fruits of their actions,
and being freed from the fetters of birth, go to the place which is beyond all evil.
37)No man can attain freedom from activity by refraining from action; nor can he reach perfection by merely refusing to act.
38)Go on efficiently doing your duty at all times without attachment.
Doing work without attachment man attains the Supreme.
39)One’s own duty, though devoid of merit, is preferable to the duty of another well performed.
Even death in the performance of one’s own duty brings blessedness; another’s duty is fraught with fear.
40)The senses are superior to the gross body, and superior to the senses is the mind.
Beyond the mind is the intellect, and even beyond the intellect is the soul.
41)O scion of the Bharata dynasty, sattva attaches one to happiness, rajas to action,
while tamas, covering up knowledge, leads to inadvertence also.
42)O mighty-armed son of Kunti, it is undoubtedly tough to curb the restless mind, but it is possible by constant practice and by detachment.
43)”The power of God is with you at all times; through the activities of mind, senses, breathing, and emotions; and is constantly doing all the work using you as a mere instrument.”
44)It is better to live your own destiny imperfectly than to live an imitation of somebody else’s life with perfection.”
45)No one who does good work will ever come to a bad end, either here or in the world to come”
46)Perform your obligatory duty, because action is indeed better than inaction.”
47)Death is as sure for that which is born, as birth is for that which is dead. Therefore grieve not for what is inevitable.”
48)Work for work’s sake, not for yourself. Act but do not be attached to your actions. Be in the world, but not of it.
49)From passion comes the confusion of mind, then the loss of remembrance, the forgetting of duty, From this loss comes the ruin of reason, and the ruin of reason leads man to destruction.
50)You have a right to perform your prescribed duties, but you are not entitled to the fruits of your actions.” – Bhagavad Gita