Connection with Bhagavad Gita -

Connection with Bhagavad Gita

Connection with Bhagavad Gita

Summary of last session (January 23) by Shri. Mohan Khandekar ji

Shri Vijayji reviewed and explained in detail the relationship of Ma Sarswati with respect to BMI chart.

11:1 Tulsidas Ji emphasizes the importance of the Vedas. Understanding Vedas intellectually is meaningless if you do not follow its teachings. 

Here Shri Vijay ji gave a reference of Geeta, where Shri Krishna advises Arjuna to follow Dharma.

11;2 Santji describes those who outworldly show to be devotees of Shri Ram but carry evil intentions in their mind such as passion, anger, lust erc. (Priest craft). 

Here Vijaji again made Geeta connection. In Chapter 5, Verses 23, 24,25 and 26 Shri Krisha discusses control of KaamKrodh etc. 

The one who understands and follows Veda is called YatiYogi and qualifies for jeevanmukti.

11:3 to 5 Here humble Tulsidas Ji calls himself subservient and points to his poor qualities.(In reality he is talking about us). 

In spite of these flaws he is singing Glories of Shri Ram and is not deterred by critics.

11:6 Vijayji narrated a story from Puranas about mighty wind and Sumeru Parvat (पर्वत). 

Santji is comparing himself to a piece of cotton which is no match to a strong mountain.

12: It is impossible to describe the attributes of Bhagwan. Everyone describes Him through negation (नेती नेती) and with extreme devotion.

Jai Shri Ram.

Please join us for next pravachan on January 30.

Harih Aum!

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