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  • December 25 is Geeta Jayanti, all our problems can be overcome by bringing the sources of Geeta to life.

It is Geeta Jayanti on Friday, 25 December. The Gita explains the formula to make life happy and successful. By removing these formulas in life, all our problems can be overcome. In the Gita, Shri Krishna had cleared all Arjuna’s illusions and explained the importance of dharma-karma.

Mahabharata was the first day of war. At the behest of Arjuna, Shri Krishna took the chariot to the middle of the battlefield.

Bhishmadronam predominantly sarva mahakshitam.

Uvach Partha Pashyantansamvetankuruniti.

(Srimad Bhagavad Gita, first chapter, verse 25)

At the behest of Arjuna, Shri Krishna stops the chariot in front of Bhishma Pitamah and Dronacharya in the middle of both the armies. Sri Krishna says to Arjuna, O Partha. Look at the warriors of the Kaurava side gathered in the battle ground. This is only one verse of Shri Krishna in the first chapter of Gita. In which Shri Krishna has spoken. After hearing these words of Shri Krishna, as soon as Arjuna saw the Kaurava side, thoughts like attachment, anxiety, sorrow, sannyas started running in his heart.

Please Parayavishto Vishidannidambravi.

दृष्ट्वेमं स्वजनं कृष्ण युयुत्सुं समुपस्थितम् ।।

(Srimad Bhagavad Gita, first chapter, 28th verse)

After Shri Krishna said, as Arjuna saw the warriors Bhishma, Dronacharya, Kripacharya, Duryodhana etc. warriors on the Kaurava side, he got upset. Arjuna says to Shri Krishna in this verse that my limbs are trembling after seeing the people of my family standing in front of me. Gandive is getting rid of my hand. My mind is becoming unstable.

Neither the conquest of Krishna nor the kingdom of happiness.

No Rajen Govind, Bhogarjeeviten Va.

(Srimad Bhagavad Gita, 1st chapter, 32nd verse)

In this verse, Arjun says to Shri Krishna that I do not want war, I do not want any kingdom, nor do I want happiness, what benefits will I get by taking this.

Arjuna said that I do not want to get the kingdom of Trilok by killing the people of my family. I do not want to go to war.

In this way Arjuna laid down his arguments not to fight. In response to Arjuna’s questions, Sri Krishna preached the Gita and explained the importance of karma, duty. Shri Krishna told Arjuna, do deeds, but do not desire fruit.

The essence of the Gita is that we should act according to our religion without wishing for the fruit. Only after fulfilling all the duties honestly, our life is successful.