“Even a Knowledgeable person act according to his own nature, all living entities are controlled by their own nature. What can repression accomplish?”

Bhagwat Gita Chapter 3 Verse 33

Bhagwat Gita: Origin and Short explanation:-

Bhagwat Gita is part of Bhisma Parva in Mahabharata (an ancient history of India). It is included 700 Verse in padani Sanskrit preached by Lord Krishna during the War between Kourva Clan and Pandva Clan.

Bhagwat Gita preached about the internal and external fights among human and their very nature. It’s also preached about nature of humans, Universe, faith, Food, Creation and Supreme Being Known as “Brahaman”.

Bhagwat Gita is part of enormous text written by Mahrishi VedVyasha. Bhagwat Gita literally meaning is “Songs of God” or “A song sang by God for humanity spiritual evolution”.

Why is the practical application need by Bhagwat Gita.

Practical application of Bhagwat Gita start with considering the fact that this verse which were part of Lord Krishna enormous wisdom and spirituality about universe, human and nature.

  • Lord Krishna stated a strange condition of humans when they found themselves in cycle of delusion and doubt about things moving around them. When people started to feel fear from taking righteous action. When people find hard to raise voice against atrocity they face in their daily life. When they have to choose righteous work and righteous position during a conflict.
  • Lord Krishna stated a freeze zone where people unable to differentiate the meaning from Violence for righteous reason and humanity.
  • Lord Krishna describes the very nature of human’s behaviors and how these behaviors emerge from believing, food habits and complex thinking process.
  • Lord Krishna also states the very nature of creation, universe and human link with this infinite illusion of time and existence.

The Human behaviors According to Bhagwat Gita:-

  1. Most effected practical application on human behaviors which lord Krishna expressed that “Every Human should eat kind of food which has Satvikata (Goodness) in Nature. He describes the food which is very spicy, smelly, more than 3 hours and aggressive in content should be avoided by Satvikata people (Those who are involve in meditation, saintly activity and Intellectuals). Spicy and aggressive kind of food can be taken by people who were involved in business and work related to administrative kind of people. It’s basically for all middle class people.

    “Having righteous food leads to righteous thinking. Righteous thinking leads to righteous karma and this leads to a purposeful world”.

  2. Lord Krishna clearly expressed the purpose of life and human behaviors that each person must be involved in any kind of Karma “Action and work”. No one can be defend himself from Karma even Avatar itself. In One of verse, God said, I don’t need to indulged my time into Karma, it not applicable on me. But still I have to do karma because if I will not do karma, what my followers follow. Karma “Action” creates Fala “Reaction” and Reaction create Maya “Illusion of existence”. It is considered as: Good Karma “Action” is proportional to Good Fala “Reaction” and same time create a “illusion time existence of Good World”. But Lord Krishna also, aware humans that this very Maya “Illusion” is based on Action and reaction. So Each Good Karma generate a bed Karma in another realm of world which balance this whole universe Lord Krishna also told that Time itself a great illusion. Everyone would be here weather they die or not. They will be here forever so intellectuals don’t feel grieved when someone leaves this word. This very commentary seduce us to

    “Doing righteous work without fear of loss of life. It’s also increase us to do Good karma for making world better place to live.”

  1. Lord Krishna also expressed that human behaviors:

 

O Arjuna, Fearlessness; purification of one’s existence; cultivation of spiritual knowledge; charity; self-control; performance of sacrifice; study of the Vedas; austerity; simplicity; nonviolence; truthfulness; freedom from anger; renunciation; tranquility; aversion to faultfinding; compassion for all living entities; freedom from covetousness; gentleness; modesty; steady determination; vigor; forgiveness; fortitude; cleanliness; and freedom from .envy and from the passion for honor—these transcendental qualities, belong to godly men endowed with divine nature.”  Bhagwat Gita Chapter 16 Verse 1-2-3

Lord Krishna has explain here very detail character of human who consider as righteous people.

Pseudo religiosity, pretentious pride, conceitful arrogance, anger, harshness and ignorance arise in one born of demonic nature. Bhagwat Gita Chapter 16 Verse 4

Here’s some very-very short practical application of Bhagwat Gita. In next blog I will describe a short explanation of Nature of Universe by Bhagwat Gita.