The Purpose Of Bhagavad Gita

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Purpose and Meaning of Bhagavad-Gita:
Bhagavad-Gita is part of the great epic Mahabharatha, a widely popular mythological story in Hindu philosophy; part of Bhishma Parva, Gita is almost in its entirety the dialogue between two individuals, Lord Krishna and Arjuna in the battle field of Kurukshetra. It has 18 chapters with about 701 slokas, the first one being “Arjuna Vishada Yoga” (Sorrow of Arjuna) and the last one “Moksha Sanyasa Yoga” (Nirvana and Renunciation).
The plan and purpose of the Bhagavad-Gita is to evolve out of man, a personality that is perfect from all points of view. According to Bhagavad-Gita, there are three main factors to build perfect personality:
 Efficiency to the core is the criterion of a powerful personality. It is efficiency that makes character. To do well and make others do well is possible only to the powerful in body and mind.
 The next great factor in the formation of personality is love. All living beings are endowed with love, though the degree of it may vary. And this love can be purified as well as intensified. From pure love emanates sweetness in all its excellence. It has power to bind all beings in affable unity.
 The third and final factor is
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When person renounces all desires, remains satisfied in self and show the same attitude towards heat and cold, pleasure and pain, sorrow and happiness, friend and enemy, success and failure, respect and disrespect and such other dualities of earthly life. He remains undisturbed and psychologically well. When things do not happen according to our expectations, we suffer and complain. The truth is we have little control over the world and things that are external to us. We cannot control the world, but we can control our inner world, our thoughts, reactions, attitude, feelings and emotions. When we become able to control our inner world that it is easy to get inner peace, which is core of
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