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THE SERMONISER OF THE GITA – an invitation to know

Dear divine family,
Om shanti.

Here is an article prepared by some Baba's children with a strong desire to reveal Baba, the Sermoniser of Gita, to the whole world.
Those who participated in this project are - B.K. Khem Jokhoo, B.K.Dr.Kamta, B.K.Ranjit Singh Fulia, B.K.Prakash Talathi, Sister P.Aarti, and Sister Gayathri.
We thank them for their effort.

Please circulate this article amongst your friends, contact souls, and BKs.

regards,
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THE SERMONISER OF THE GITA –
WHO, WHAT,WHEN, WHY, HOW?
- an invitation to know.

1.WHEN
The Bhagavad Gita is one of the most popular scriptures which people have been reading and teaching daily with great devotion. Some of the verses of Gita are very well known. In one popular verse - Krishna says that he would incarnate in the world when there is a decline of righteousness and unrighteiousness prevails to establish dharma.

According to the cycles of time there are four main ages or epochs namely Satyuga, Tretayuga Dwapuryuga and then Kaliyuga.

It is believed that Shri Krishna sermonized the Gita in Dwapur Yuga.
The question that many people are asking is that- If Shri Krishna had sermonised the Gita in Dwapur Yuga to establish righteousness, the age that followed DwaparYuga is Kaliyuga. Everyone knows that Kaliyuga is full of unrighteousness, devilishness, and there is an all-round decline of moral and spiritual values. So if Krishna comes in Dwapur Yuga Kaliyuga should be better but it is not the case.

It is written in many scriptures that there is a time when there would be a great destruction of the humanity (pralaya)

Since time spins in a cyclic pattern according to the kaal chakra [wheel of time], when Kaliyuga ends, Sat Yuga, the Age of Righteousness or dharma, starts and the creation would be replete with all celestial degrees. There will be health, wealth, and happiness for every one in Satyuga and it would be veritable heaven on earth.

So, one may wonder whether God is going to incarnate now at the end of Kaliyug, and the Sermonize of Gita again and re-educate His children to become righteous.
It is more logical to think that He would incarnate at the end of Kaliyuga and the beginning of Satyuga or to be exact at the confluence or meeting of these two ages.

This period can be called the Confluence Age or Sangam Yuga which would be a fifth Age. So the five Ages woud be Satyuga, Tretayuga, Dwapuryuga, Kaliyuga and Sangam Yuga

Now, let us examine the aspect of what is the form and attributes of God, the only one who has the power to change this impure world.

2. WHO - Shri Krishna or God Shiva?
Some people call God 'Ishwar', some call Him Jehova, while some call him 'Allah', but He and His form remain the same.

1) God is one who is accepted by all,
2) God is the Supreme,
3) God is beyond all bondages of action,
4) God is omniscient,
5) God is boundless or unlimited in all His attributes.

God is the father, mother, friend, preceptor / guide, teacher and protector of all souls. He is the only one who has no parents, guide, teacher or protector above Him.

Unlike human souls, God doesn't come into the cycle of birth and death. Hence He is called ' Ajanma' (One who doesn't take birth).
It is said in the Gita, “I am 'Mahakaal ' (the great death ]. Death can never approach me.”

Upon taking birth, humans are bound to act and get the fruit of their actions. God, however, is 'Akarta' (one who does not perform any action) and 'Abhokta' (one who doesn't experience the result of any action).

God is said to be 'Trikaldarshi' (one who knows the three aspects of time – the past, present and future).
God is described as Trilokinath or Lord of the three worlds.

He is also described as Trinetri or one with ‘three eyes’. He bestows the knowledge of the third eye on humans.

3. Who is the Supreme soul ? What did He do?
God Shiva is referred to as Paramatma [Param+atma -the Supreme Soul], while all the other gods and goddesses in the Hindu pantheon are called devi devatas or deities. That is why the prayer, Brahma devaaya namah, Vishnu devaaya namah, Shankar devaaya namah…, ends with Shiv paramaatmaaya namah.

The Supreme Soul never takes birth as humas do humans, He however takes a divine birth to salvage humanity He takes a divine birth. By divine birth is meant that He does not come into the womb of a mother; He enters the body of a human being whom He names Prajapita Brahma. He uses the organ of the mouth of this individual called Brahma to speak. He give the knowledge to create the new world or Satyuga.

Since His birth is divine and spiritual, God is the One who does not have parents. That's why the word 'Shambhu' is suffixed to Shiva. 'Shambhu' is short for 'Swayambhu' – the One who is self created. The Supreme Soul has no father or mother, friend or relative, preceptor or protector. He is also described as the One who is beyond the cycle of birth and death.

It is said that Lord Rama himself made and worshipped a Shiva lingam in Rameswaram before defeating Ravan. Sri Krishna worshipped the Shiva lingam at Gopeshwar. Similarly, it is said that on the battlefield of Kurukshetra, before the war started, all the five Pandavs and Krishna worshipped Lord Shiva as Sthaneshwar(Lord of the Place) to gain powers. It is described in the scriptures that whenever the deities faced any problems, they used to rush to Lord Shiva for help.

We see pictures depicting Mahadev, Shankar, doing tapasya in front of a ShivaLingam. It means that deity Shankar and Shiva are two separate entities.

Shankar has a subtle body whereas Shiva is nirakar or incorporeal meaning He does not have a sublte or gross bodily form.
Maha dev Shankar is not worshipped in the form of a lingam;
The Lingam is called Shiva lingam not Shankar lingam. Shankar is shown wearing a crescent moon, a snake around his neck, and river Ganges flowing from his head.

The conclusion that can be drawn is that
Rama, Sri Krishna, and Shankar are deities whereas Shiva is Parmatma or the supreme soul.

God Shiva is incorporeal; He is a Point of Light, or Jyoti Bindu. For the purpose of worship devotees use a Shiva lingum as it is not practical to worship a bindi or Jyoti bindu, Shiva’s true form.

The Supreme Soul, Supreme Father Shiva is the Creator of the three murthis of Brahma, Vishnu, and Mahadev Shankar. God Shiva creates the New world through Brahma, sustains that world through Vishnu, and carries out destruction of the iron aged world through Shankar.

God is described as Satyam, Shivam , Sundaram or the TRUTH, the BENEFACTOR, and as BEAUTIFUL.
God is the Truth, God is the Benefactor, God is beautiful (constantly pure). He is Satyam, Shivam, Sundaram.

4 - The descent of Shiv Paramatma at Sangamyuga, according to scriptures –
If the spiritual secrets behind the festival of Shivratri are understood, world transformation will take place easily. Shivratri is not a festival for just Shaivites. If one studies ancient civilizations and cultures it becomes apparent that Shivratri is a festival for all souls of the world.

For example, in the Mahabharata it's written – “When this world plunged into clutches of darkness and vicious proliferation, an egg-like form of light descended and established a new world order. The light uttered a few words and gave divine birth to Prajapita Brahma.”

In the Manu smriti, it is mentioned that in the very beginning of creation, a point of light manifested itself, and its brilliance was like that of a thousand suns.

Likewise, in the Dharma Samhita part of Shivpuran, it is stated that at the end of Kaliyug, during the time of destruction, a magnificent light (Jyotirling) revealed itself and it was blindingly luminous and radiant.

Further, it is said that the light was eternal and it never decreased or increased in size, and that the world was created through this light.

When God Shiva descends at confluence of kaliyuga and Satyuga, or Sangam yuga He gives the knowledge that Time moves in a cyclic pattern and that all the 4 ages (Satyuga , Treta, Dwapar,and Kaliyug) get repeated every cycle or kalpa. A kalpa is of 5000 years duration.

The 100 year period between the end of Kaliyuga and the beginning of Satyuga is called the Sangam yuga or Confluence Age. It is the most auspicious age because God comes on earth at that time. In fact it is the most elevated age because man becomes elevate and so it is called also Purshotam sangam yuga.

When God Shiva comes, He sermonises Gita, and establishes the Original Eternal Deity Religion (Adi Sanatan Devi- Devata Dharm). This is the religion that gets continued in Satyug and Treta yug. God’s descent and incarnation on earth is known as Shivratri or Shiv jayanti. Since He sermonizes the Gita it is also the birth of the Gita.


Not only Hindus, but Jews, Christians and Muslims also believe in an incorporeal God. There are Shiva temples in every nook and corner of India. He is venerated as Vishwanath in the east (Kashi), Amarnath in the north, Rameshwar in the south, Somnath in the west, Mahakaleshwar in Ujjain, Kedarnath in the Himalayas, Vaidyanath in Bihar, Omkarnath in Madhya Pradesh, Bhuvaneshwar and Dwarka. In Nepal, Shiva is worshipped as Pashupatinath.

The ancient names of God such as 'Shuin' in Babylon, 'Seva' or 'Sevajya' in Syria, Egypt and Fiji, 'Sibru' in the land occupied by the progeny of Abraham and Jehova are not too different from the Sanskrit word 'Shiva', which, according to some scholars, is the confluence of two phonetic parts,'shi' and 'va', meaning redeemer and liberator from sins and sufferings.

From the above, it may be inferred that Supreme Soul Shiva has done something praiseworthy for the betterment of the whole world and hence He is remembered by people of all cultures and religions in different ways.

The Supreme Soul, God, incarnates in Sangamyug and educates human beings on how to lead a pure and elevated life. His sermons are called shrimat. It is the real Gita sermonised by God Himself that becomes instrumental in establishing a new world order, a new religion called Adi Sanatana Devi devata Dharm (The Original Eternal Deity Religion)..


5. Is Gita originally a part of Mahabarat?
Students of Sanskrit literature are well aware that the original name of epic Mahabharat was Jai Sanhita which contained around 8000 shlokas (verses). Some more writers went on adding to it and it was later re-named Bharat Samhita, keeping in view that it was the story of this great country called Bharat. Many more writers subsequently added more matter and it became quite voluminous in size. Then its name was changed to Mahabharat.

In Gita, there are 700 Sanskrit verses contained within 18 chapters, divided into three sections each consisting of six chapters. They are Karma Yoga-- the yoga of actions. Bhakti Yoga-- the yoga of devotion and Jnana Yoga-- the yoga of knowledge. From Gita one can learn accurate and fundamental knowledge about God, the ultimate truth, creation, birth and death, the results of actions, the eternal soul, liberation and the purpose as well as the goal of human life.

Some scholars opine that Gita was originally a separate granth which was later on included in Mahabharat. They contend that in most parts of Gita, there is no mention of any physical war. What is dealt in it is a spiritual war --mention of soul, God, nature, birth, re-birth, action or karma, devotion, virtues and vices, salvation, etc.
Mahabharat is an epic, it is not a history book. Dr.S.Radhakrishnan, an eminent philosopher (ex president of India) , also had, in his book on Gita, written – “We do not know the name of the author of the Gita; so also the names of the authors of almost all ancient books of Bharat are unknown.”

6. What is the time now in the time cycle?
Presently, we are in Sangamyuga. God Shiva has descended on earth and has been teaching the ancient Raj yoga. His elevated versions are called shrimat. God is sermonising Gita once again in this kalpa during this Sangamyuga.

Brahma kumaris have been spreading His teachings since 75 years. This Raja yoga course is given free of charge. There are already around 8,500 Brahma Kumaris centres in 134 countries. Brahma Kumaris Organisation has been working with the United Nations for world peace and upliftment of humanity for more than 30 years and received many awards.

You are all welcome to learn this Raj yoga and to establish a link with the Supreme Soul who is the Ocean of Knowledge and World Almighty Authority.

Om shanti.





1. Satyug (Golden age),
2.Treta yug (silver age),
3.Dwapar yug (copper age)
4. Kaliyug (Iron age)
5. Sangamyug (Diamond age)
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Who is gita sermonizer- number one deity Sri Krishna or Incorporeal Shiva?

NOTE:- Anyone can use these as a whole, part or in any way if finds useful.

i. Actually God of Gita is not the number one divine physical personality (= human deity) Sri Krishna. God of Gita is the incorporeal, most beloved Supreme God father of all souls (Shiv). Also-

ii. The time of Gita episode is not at the end of Dwapur Yug (Copper Age). It is during the present end of KaliYug (Iron age). And-

iii. Gita teachings teach to practice internal way with vices, and not the physical war. Attempt is put to explain these here.

Some initial questions

1)It is said that gita was sermonized at the end of Dwapur Yug (Copper age) by Sri Krishna. If so- why after Gita episode the worst Kaliyug came? Dharma/religiousness in Kaliyug is lesser than in Dwapur Yug. If Sri Krishna had established dharma, how can Kaliyug come next to Dwapur Yug? The best Satyug (Golden age) should have come, is it not?

Some say- “It is law of time. According to kalachakra (Time cycle), Kaliyug should come after Dwapur yug”. If so, then what is the significance of incarnation of God? Is it waste?

Some say- purpose of God’s incarnation was to reduce burden (population) on earth. If so- then what is need of preaching gita? God could have created natural calamities to reduce population. Or it would be enough if people fought with each other. Is there need of God to make people fight with each other? Or is the God’s work is to make people fight with each other? It defames God, is it not?

Usually- there is no need for God to come and teach religious matter to create a war. Irreligious people fight among themselves. God need not preach dharma to make people fight. In fact, religious teachings are needed to follow non violence. Is it not?

Also- If Sri Krishna’s purpose was to reduce population, why did he create lakhs or millions of children from his 16108 queens/wives? [In Bhaagavat it is written crores of braahmins were appointed for education of Sri Krishna’s children created by his 16108 wives]


2)It is written in gita- sarvadharman parityajya maamekum sharanam vraja, ahum twaa sarva paapebhyO, mokshayishyaami maa shuchaha – (18-66) = Sacrifice all the religions and surrender to me. I will liberate you from all your sins.


It is also said in gita- that I come to establish religion (04-08, 04-09).
Now- what all are the religions to be sacrificed? What all are the religions that did exist in Dwapur Yug? Also which religion is to be established?
What are dharma, swadharma, saddharma, paradharma, adharma?

3)It is said- AHIMSHAA PARAMODHARMA (= NON VIOLENCE IS THE HIGHEST RELIGION). Then how can god of gita whose duty is to establish dharma can teach/direct to do physical war on others? Because for a yogi, peaceful atmosphere and mind is necessary. Can establishment of dharma be
achieved by physical war?

If for a kshatriy physical war is his duty, is knowledge of gita applicable to kshatriya category only? In that case, authority of gita should have been more in the hands of kashatriyaas than braahmins, is it not? [but today braahmins read/preach it more than other caste people]. Also- is war field right place to give education? If yes, then it clearly implies that it is only for kshatriyaas. Other varnas need not study gita knowledge, is it not? Also kshatrya varna/sect should have been given the highest place among the castes.

But there is saying - “BRAAHMANO DEVATAYA NAAMAH”= SALUTES TO BRAAHMINS AND DEITIES. But in the varnas, kshatriya is given next place to braahmins and deities. Why?

4)Does knowledge of gita say to fight against one’s own brothers? Or does it say the maximum possibility of fight will be always with one’s own brothers!? That is- if somebody becomes my enemy, the highest probability is that- they would be my own brothers only? Or is knowledge of gita applicable to only such a few cases where one gets attachment with his cheating brothers and relatives?

There is no incident of brothers/relatives being enemies in history (either practically or from epic point of view) except in Mahabharat. So- does it imply that gita is applicable just for such cases when brother or relatives of a person cheats him and not in other cases? In that case, gita would be a waste, is it not?

5) In gita, it is written BHAGAVAANU_VAACH [= VAACHA or Spoken Words of BHAGAVAAN (GOD)]. So- our first responsibility is to know who is god, right? Without knowing God’s introduction, how can one say Krishna is Gita Sermonizer? God is incorporeal. But SriKrishna is corporeal. Then how can Sri Krishna be called as Bhagavaan, and hence how can he be God of gita?

Some say- Sri Krishna is incarnation of god in human form. God incarnated as Sri Krishna. In that case, what is the original form of god which is to be remembered? Then we should meditate, think of or worship that incorporeal form and not the corporeal form, is it not? [God’s attributes and meaning of incorporeal form are given at the end]

6) It is said in scriptures that- “Brahma devataaya namaha, Vishnu devataaya namaha, Shankara devataaya nahama, shiva paramaatmaya namaha” = Brahma, Vishnu and Shankar are deities and Shiv is God.

So- this implies that Vishnu is a deity. Now, when he is a deity, his reincarnation Sri Krishna also can be just a deity, is it not? How can he be God? So- when Shiv alone is god, he alone can be God of gita, is it not?

7) Scriptures say, “Now it is just beginning of Kaliyug. The life of Kaliyug is 4,32,000 years. Just about 5000 years of Kaliyug is crossed/passed”. i.e. According to them Sri Vishnu incarnated as Sri Krishna 5000 yrs before from present and preached gita. It was eighth avatar according to them. It is also said that the ninth avatar was that of Buddha. It is well known from the history that Buddha’s time was around 2250 yrs before. So did dharma established by Sri Krishna got degraded just in 2750 (5000 – 2250) years and God had to incarnate as Buddha? Ok, let us agree.


Even then- according to them Kaliyug will exist for 427,000 years (=432000 – 5000) from today/present. Scriptures believe God will incarnate as KALKI at the end of Kaliyug. Now the question here is- did dharma created by eighth avatar Sri Krishna got degraded in just 2750 years and that created by Buddha will sustain for 427000 years?

Ok, let us agree even this. In that case, is avtar of Buddha more powerful than Sri Krishna! If yes, do/will gita followers suggest worshiping/praising Buddha more than Sri Krishna? Not only that- If Buddha was ninth avatar according to Hinduism, then how come Buddhism got named as separate religion and has separate scripture? Hindus worship Rama, Krishna, etc. But why not even Buddha? If Buddha was ninth avatar according to Hinduism, then from the period of Buddha, did gita lost its value?

8)Is Gita scripture of just Hindu religion? If yes, why not the word Hindu mentioned in gita?

If gita is applicable to all the religions, in which category other religions
(Eg:- Muslim, Christian, etc) should be placed among different varnas/castes (braahmin, kshatriy, vaishy, shudr)? Also how can the other religions be convinced that gita is applicable even to them? Because all the religions believe GOD IS INCORPOREAL/BODYLESS. They do not believe corporeal Sri Krishna as God.

Some say Hindu is not a religion, but it is way of living. But even then why there is no name Hindu in gita?

9)It is said in gita- “sambhavaami yuge2 = I come in every age (4-08, 4-09)”. Then there should be just four avtaars (incarnations)- one for each age, is it not? How come ten incarnations? [And in Bhaagavat, it is written “24 incarnations!”]
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Murli Pt:- Gambheerataa se full marks jamaa hota hai. Mamma toh gambheerataa kee devi thi. = The virtue seriousness gives full marks. Mamma was a deity of seriousness.


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Now- If we think sensibly-

1)GOD CANNOT INCARNATE IN EVERY YUG/AGE. HIS INCARNATION PERIOD CAN BE ONLY AT THE END OF KALIYUG:-

IF GOD comes in every age, it becomes illogical. Because the purpose of incarnation of god is to establish dharma. Hence after his incarnation, we should go back to the first age, Satyug. Because dharma is best in Satyug and worst in Kaliyug.

Also note that God cannot incarnate till the end of Kaliyug. Because dharma does not become fully before the end of Kaliyug. So how can he come? Usually a house is not destroyed in its middle of the age. The whole of its life span is utilized before it is destroyed {forget today’s exceptions where man is ready to do anything with greed. Today is time of climax and anything can happen). Similarly God will have to wait till the near end of Kaliyug is reached.


[It is said in scriptures-- Religion/dharma has four(100%) legs in the beginning of SatYug (Golden Age) and three legs(75%) in the beginning of Silver Age. In the beginning of Copper Age, it reduces to two(50%) and in the beginning of Iron Age, it reduces to one(25%). At the end of Iron Age, it hardly exists. That is the time when all the religions become irreligious].

Supporting points:-

a)God is called as Purifier. Hence he should come in the worst stage (most impure stage) and after his incarnation, pure (golden) age should get established.

b)Even in this world, the work of VIPs is special. Their efficiency will be high. Even a visit of the President to a village can develop/help it a lot. But if we believe God(the highest VIP) comes during every age but the world goes on degrading, it is not only foolishness but also insulting our most beloved god father.


2)GOD OF GITA AND TRUTH FROM SHLOKAS OF GITA:--

a)Avyaktam vyakti maapannam, manyante maama buddhayaha, param bhaava majaananto, mamaavyaya manuttamam – (7-24) = Those whose intellect is weak, think/feel that me who is avyakt (invisible, higher nature, Supreme) became vyakt (corporeal, visible, personal) later.

That means less intellect people consider that god who is invisible incarnates in the corporeal and visible personalities like Sri Krishna, Sri Ram, pig, fish, etc. (as mentioned in dashaavataar= ten incarnations). From the above shloka, it is clear that god can never be seen through physical eyes. But Sri Krishna can be seen with physical eyes. Hence he cannot be God or God of gita. [See *01 – given at the end]

b)kavi puraanamanu … -(08-09, 08-10) =

“During the time of death, with full faith and determination, one should concentrate at the position between his eye brows, meditate upon the Supreme as the one who knows everything, as He who is the oldest, who is the controller, who is SMALLER THAN A MOLECULE, who is the maintainer of everything, who is beyond all material conception, who is inconceivable. He is luminous like the sun, and He is transcendental, beyond this material nature”.

Is Sri Krishna smaller than molecule? Is his body beyond material? Definitely not. So god of gita is the incorporeal point of divine light and might, just a tiny point who is represented as a point in middle of Shivling. Even soul is a point. We put a dot at our forehead which represents soul (me). When soul is a dot, even Supreme soul (God) also should be a dot. Is it not? So Sri Krishna’s physical personality has no value at all and should not be remembered during meditation.


c)Dwaavimow purushou loke, ksharaashchaakshara eva cha, ksharaha sarvaani bhootaani, kootasthokshara uchyate –(15-16)

= In this world, there are two purushas/things, one is perishable and the other is imperishable. In those, the bodies of all the living creatures are perishable and the living soul is eternal.


Uttama purushastanyaha paramaatmetyu da hrutaha, yo lo katrayamaa vishya bibhartavyaha ISHWARAHA –(15- 17)

= Besides the two, there is one more thing that is Supreme. That protects and nourishes everything. He is eternal and is Ishwar.


Yasmaat ksharamateetohum aksharaadapi chottamaha, atosmi loke vede cha prathitaha purushottamaha – (15-18)

= Because I am different than both the perishable body and even than the imperishable soul. Hence I am well known as purushottam (best among all the souls = supreme soul. Purusha = soul) in world as well as in vedas.


From these three shlokas, it is very clear that god is totally than both perishable body as well as all other souls. So it implies there is no need to remember any body, bodily personality or any soul other than SUPREME SOUL (GOD). Hence there is no need to remember perishable body of even Sri Krishna or the soul in that body. Now- from this it is clear that God of Gita cannot be any physical personality even like Krishna. Also it is mentioned that I AM ISHWAR.

[It is said here that- god is greater than all the perishable bodies as well as the imperishable souls. Now- every soul is imperishable and god is called as Supreme soul who is also imperishable. So- what is speciality of god? It is- every soul has its own body and is tied by that body. But god is the only soul who has no body. This keeps god always in a pure state and in liberated state. Hence he is Supreme. Now- just think- when Sri Krishna has his own body, can he be called as Supreme soul?]


d) The following is a shloka in Udyoga_parv (one of the 18 parvs. A part is called as parv) of Mahabharat epic which is superset of Bhagavdgita.
Esha naayaarayanaha krishnaha phaalgunashcha naraha krutam, naarayano narashchaivasatwamekum dwidhaa krutam – (49/20).

= Sri Krishna is Narayan and Arjun is human. Both of these are two projections of the same base.

It implies both Sri Krishna and Arjun are one and the same. Then how can Sri Krishna preach gita to Arjun? How can one be giver/donor and the other receiver?

Both are two forms of one implies that these two are different births of the same soul. Because a soul can have only one body at a time. So- Sri Krishna (who is SUNDAR = beautiful= fully pure) who is a deity during the beginning of Satyug (Golden Age) , after taking many births and rebirths, will become SHYAAM (impure human being). Deities are considered to be pure and worship worthy, viceless and humans are considered to be impure and vicious. So- it implies that the same soul after taking many births is likely to become impure due to attachment to the body. Hence there is name SHYAAMSUNDAR to Sri Krishna as well as Arjun is called as SINNER (04-36) in gita. So- it implies that the soul of Sri Krishna = soul of Arjun
[See*02]- a note:- these = marked in "*" will be put in the end only.
Murli Pt:- Gambheerataa se full marks jamaa hota hai. Mamma toh gambheerataa kee devi thi. = The virtue seriousness gives full marks. Mamma was a deity of seriousness.


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f)The following are shloka numbers 4 and 5 in 43rd chapter of the same parv that of gita. These shlokas are present immediately after sermonization of gita in the epic Mahabharat.

“Shat shataani savimshaani shlokaanaa praaha keshava, Arjunaha sapta panchaashat, sapta shashtim cha sanjayaha, dhrutaraashtraha shlokamekum, geetaaya maanmuchyate”.

According to the above statement, there should be 620 shlokas of Sri Krishna, Arjuna’s 57, Sanjaya’s 67 shlokas, and one that of Dhrutaraashtra- So totally 745 shlokas should have been present in gita.

But there are only 700 sholkas in the present sanscrit gita. Why/how the difference?

g)Api chedasi paapebhyaha, sarvebhyaha paapakruttamaha, sarvam jnaanaplavenaivavrujinam santharishyasi – (4-36)

= Even though you are more sinner than all the sinners, with the help of boat of knowledge you will cross the whole ocean of sin successfully.

Do lowkik people believe Arjun is the most sinner? If yes, how? When did Arjun practice yoga mentioned in gita to get rid of the sins? [See *03]

h)Bahunaam janma naamante jnaanavaanmaam prapadyate, vaasudevaha sarva miti sa mahaatmaa su durlabhaha – (7-19)

= Those who receive knowledge during the last birth of their highest number of births consider Vaasudev (God) is everything and remember me. Such great souls are very less/rare.

So- it implies the rare (special) souls are the ones who take maximum births and accumulate maximum sins and realize God during their last birth. Do lowkik Gita believers believe so? Do they say- those who take more births are more God lovers and rare when compared to those who take lesser births? [See *04]

This sloka also implies- “God realization is possible only at last birth and hence god has to incarnate only at the end of a kalpa. And hence God cannot incarnate at each and every age”. Now- lowkik gita believers do not even believe this.

i)Ye pyanya devataa bhaktaa yajante shraddhayaanvitaaha, te pi maameva kounteya, yajantya avidhipoorvakam…. (9-23)

= Even if one worships a deity with faith, it is as good as worshipping me, but without vidhi (not right procedure).

Now- who can say this? Definitely one who is not a deity. When Sri Krishna is a deity as already explained above, how can he say so? Does not this imply Sri Krishna is not God of Gita?

Some may say- “Sri Krishna is not a deity, he was God in human form. The deities are Indra, sun god, moon god, star gods, etc”. Now-most of the Gita believers worship these (even when it is mentioned as IMPROPER). Why? So- does not that imply that- they have not understood Gita? Else is there necessity to worship deities if they know God?

j)Quite a number of shlokas say- I am Ishwar (another name for Shiva). The number of times the word Krishna appearing is much lesser than that. There is also a great possibility of adding or inserting such slokas later as explained earlier (We see just 700 slokas in present gita, whereas in Mahabharat it is mentioned as 745. So- there could have been additions and deletions].

Uttama purushastanyaha paramaatmetyu da hrutaha, yo lo katrayamaa vishya bibhartavyaha ISHWARAHA -15- 17)

Yo maa majamanaadim cha vetti loka MAHESHWARAM, asam moodhaha martyeshu sarva paapaihi pramuchyate -(10-03)

Avajaananti maamoodhaaha , maanusheem tanumaashritam, param bhaava majaananto, mama bhoota MAHESHWARAM –(9-11)

Also see shlokas- 11-03, 11-04, 11-09, 11-16, 11-25, 11-44, 10-15. These all contain the name ISHWAR.

So- when it is said in many places that I am Ishwar, how can God of gita be Krishna? If gita believers believe – Krishna and Shiv/Ishwar both are one and the same, then it can have some value or truth. That could lead to the one concept of God and one_ness/unity and harmony. But gita believers believe Krishna is different than Shiv. Vaishnavas believe in Vishnu (Krishna) and Shaivas in Shiv. Due to this Hindus got divided and hatredness entered. This caused downfall of the country and the world.

k)Yo maa majamanaadim cha vetti loka MAHESHWARAM, asam moodhaha martyeshu sarva paapaihi pramuchyate -(10-03)

= One who knows me as birth-less, beginning-less, and the Supreme controller of all the worlds; he being undeluded among mortals is delivered from all sins.

Now- when Sri Krishna takes birth and death, has beginning and ends, how can he be God of gita? Does not this imply that it can be only Shiv, because except Shiv all the other deities got birth from mother’s womb.

l)Avajaananti maamoodhaaha , maanusheem tanumaashritam, param bhaava majaananto, mama bhoota MAHESHWARAM –(9-11)

= Me being the only God of the whole living things, the fools see/consider me as small (give disrespect, under estimate) when they see myself in human form.

All had respect to Krishna. In Mahabharat, it is shown that most of the people had given very high respect to Krishna, except a few like kouravas, Shishupaal, Jarasandh, Durodhan, etc. It is shown in scriptures that many saints knew that Sri Krishna (at the time of his birth) was God himself. Also he was given very warm welcome wherever he went.

Even kouravas, jarasandha, Kansa, etc who did not pay respect to Krishna DID KNOW the greatness of Krishna. They had fear of him. It is shown as Krishna had done miracles from his very young age. So- according to biography of Krishna given in scriptures, the above shloka becomes wrong. [See *05]

m)Na tadbhaasayate sooryo, na shashaanko na paavakaha, yadgatwaana nivartantE, tadhdhaama paramam_mama..- (15-06)

= I reside at that place where lights of sun and moon cannot enter.
This implies that God is not omnipresent. But Gita believers believe God is omnipresent! [See *06]
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3) Place of soul in body:-

Sparshaan krutwaa … -(5-27) = concentrate your eyes BETWEEN EYEBROWS.

Sarvasya dhaataarama.... – (08-09)
prayaaNa kaale manasaa chalenaa... -(08-10)

= "During the time of death, with determination, concentrate your praan at the middle of EYE BROWS, remember the knowledgeful, most ancient, and law maker (of the whole world), who is smaller than molecule, who is far beyond negative, fully white (pure). then you shall attain HIM.

In these shlokas it is said to CONCENTRATE BETWEEN EYE BROWS. So definitely place of the eternal entity (soul) should be the forehead (actually barin, the front view is the forehead). But most of the Gita believers believe that the place of soul is in the heart. [See *07]

*About PRAAN:- Some believe praan stands for the air we breathe. But actually praan means soul. If meaning of praan is taken as air, what is the use of concentrating mortal or physical things/nature? Even plants and trees breathe. But they do not come under category PRAANI. It is only human beings and animals that come under category of praani. So it implies that the MEANING OF PRAANA IS SOUL.

There is also a saying- BHRUKUTI KE BEECH MAY CHAMAKTAA HAI AJAB SITAARAA= A STAR SHINES BETWEEN EYEBROWS. Also- there are words SHIROMANI (JEWEL AT HEAD), MASTAKAMANI (JEWEL AT FOREHEAD). Hindus put a dot at the middle of their forehead. These all indicate that the place of soul is at forehead/brain.
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4) GITA- RAJAYOG:-

Teachings of gita is called as RAJAYOG. But people who chant or read gita do not have intoxication of becoming KING/RAJA. They do not keep aim in present life to become King of (to get power to control) their body/organs. Even their future aim is not to become King. Their future aim is to attain MOKSHA (permanent liberation). Then how can such a practice be called as Rajayog?

Of course- some may practice to sacrifice vices and may have control over organs in the present life. But almost all of them are usually sanyaasis, saints who abandon their families and are of nivruttimarg. Their effort is not natural. It is hathayog (forced). But gita teachings are more for household path. It says KARM_YOG IS BETTER THAN KARM_SANYAAS.

Not only that, most of the saints who practice gita believe- there is another status called Brahma_rushi (or Brahm_yogi) and they believe that the status Brahmarshi is higher than Rajarushi (or Rajayogi). Now, just think- is gita or god’s teaching lower than other teachings?

So- it is as good as lowkik people holding scripture (gita) that teaches liberation in life, but are talking about sacrificing or hating life itself(= to attain moksha)!

If Moksha is the highest aim, then why did God create us? Also then why should God say- I have come to establish dharma? Because both are contradictory to each other. Is it not ridiculous to say- God creates dharma in/for this world for his devotees but directs them to attain moksha! It is as good as God’s duty is to set the things of the physical world right, but giving directions (teachings) to sacrifice the same world! No relevance between teachings and actions! If God establishes dharma in this world, and directs us to attain moksha, then for whom he establishes dharma here in this world?

The following explains how the concept of MOKSHA is just an illusion and not practical/real.
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5)MOKSHA (PERMANENT LIBERATION) - AN ILLUSION:

Most of the people believe God created us and also has given directions/teachings to us to put effort to attain moksha. Let us have a thought on this.

i)God himself has no liberation. He has to descend into Physical World during time of climax. Then how come other souls could get moksha?

ii)Since soul is eternal, it can never attain moksha. Because moksha is as good as getting dead or merging.

iii)Some believe moksha as merging in God or merging with Brahma tatw. But soul is called as akhanda (indivisible). Hence it cannot be created out of something. It also cannot be mixed with something.

iv)Some believe moksha means is to merge in brahma tatw. But Brahmatatw is liveless. It is just empty space like akaash tatw. But soul is chaitanya (one which is aware of itself). How can a chaitanya entity merge in liveless thing?

v)If God created us and gave directions/teachings to attain moksha, it would be highly foolish and funny. Then God should also be responsible for our sins. It is as good as God pouring mud or dirt on me (putting me in the physical birth and deaths) and then giving me soap, cloth and water to take bath (giving directions through his teachings or scriptures, whatever they are).

vi)Concept of liberation is present in almost all religions in different ways. Some believe in heaven situated in separate world. All the religions direct to get liberated from this present world. Then why all the religions direct to produce children? Is it not sin? Is it not making a soul bonded in this Physical World full of diseases, stress and worries?

So- those who preach of moksha or give importance to a world different than this world should never give birth to children, is it not? Then worries in this world will come to end or at least reduce to a great extent. Population will decrease and all will automatically get moksha!
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6)RESULT OF WAR- A ZERO?

It is shown in Mahabharat that kouravas had rivalry with just pandavas and there is no incidence of ill treating the citizens by kouravs. And it is not shown anywhere else that the citizens had worries, diseases, scarcity for food, water, cloth, etc. So- how can that be called as time of climax? How can be said that kouravas were unfit to rule when they did not do any injustice to the citizens? If they had done injustice just to pandavas, is it correct to destroy the whole people by war?

Also- after the war, even pandavas did not rule the world. The even worse Iron age came. Then citizens did not get rule of pandavas. So- they lost both kouravas and pandavas. What benefit was there for the citizens?
Let us see from pandavas point of view. Even the pandavas did not rule the world. They died while climbing the mountain. So- for whom the war was established?
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7)THE TWO NECESSARY TRANSFORMATIONS/WARS:-

Now, let us try to find the real essence. There is need of two great transformations- INTERNAL = IN SOUL or in mind or in thoughts and EXTERNAL= In BODY and ENVIRONMENT. Because IRRELIGIOUSNESS MEANS IMPURITY IN SOUL OR/AND BODY. Impure things cannot give happiness and power.

Today both the soul (thoughts) and body are impure/weak. One creates waste and negative thoughts in mind and even the physical body is cause for diseases. The body emits bad smell all the time and is bondage for everyone. The mind is influenced by vices and negative emotions come out of it all the time. In the present Kaliyug world, there is pollution of both mind and body and hence the power/quality of nature had degraded. This is the real state of climax. Man commits even suicide.

But in Satyug (Goden age) the place where dharma exists, even nature should be excellent. The bodies of Kaliyugi (present Iron aged) people have innumerable diseases even more than animals. But the physical bodies would be perfect, pure, beautiful, good smelling and healthy in Satyugi heaven. Example- Sri Lakshmi and Sri Narayan. So- establishment of dharma means- transformation of Kaliyug into Satyug and transformation of vicious Kaliyugi people into divine Satyugi people.

HENCE EVEN PHYSICAL DESTRUCTION or TRANSFORMATION SHOULD ALSO TAKE PLACE FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF DHARMA/RELIGION. GITA KNOWLEDGE IS FOR TRANSFORMATION/PURIFICATION OF SOUL AND THE PHYSICAL WAR AND DESTRUCTION INCLUDING NATURAL CALAMATIES IS FOR PURIFICATION OF BODY AND NATURE. SO AFTER GITA EPISODE, A GREAT PHYSICAL TRANSFORMATION WOULD TAKE PLACE AND MAHABHARAT WAR WOULD BE NEXT TO IT. This is the significance of relating Gita with physical destruction/war. In Mahabharat, it is shown that after Gita episode, physical war (destruction) began.

So- it would be wrong to say that Kaliyug will continue even after establishment of dharma. Because it is impossible to experience peace, happiness and power in this present weak body and environment. Hence the body should be changed. So- THE FRUIT OF RAJAYOG/GITA WILL BE RECEIVED IN THE NEXT BIRTH AND IN NEXT AGE, THAT IS IN GOLDEN AGE (SATYUG).

After the new house is built, then only the old house is destroyed. Similarly after teaching of gita only, Mahabharat war can occur.

When God gives/sermonizes gita, all will not follow accept it. Some will follow and some will ignore. Those who follow will put effort to change or transform themselves. The transformation is to sacrifice vices and clear past sins. Those who follow godly directions (gita) need spiritual/gita knowledge. They will listen to gita. Their effort will be like a war in their mind. That is- internally they will have to fight with vices. So God of gita directed to fight against these vices. This is the war mentioned in gita. It is said in gita to fight against vices and not against people!

In Gita, it is said, “Hey Arjun fight, fight”. But it is never said- “kill, kill”. This implies you fight with your own vices residing inside you. This is also clearly mentioned in Gita that lust, anger and greed are doors to hell. Even the weapons mentioned in gita are not physical. It is knowledge. One can see the slokas- -(3-37), (3-38), (3-39), (3-40), (3-41), (4-42), (5-23), (6-05), (16-21), (16-22), (18-51), (18-52), (18-53). All these slokas direct to fight with internal vices and not physically.


It is also mentioned that one’s real friend as well as real enemy is self himself (06-05). Then how can God say to fight with others physically? It is also mentioned that one whose mind is in his control is his real friend and if not he is his own enemy.

Now- those who ignore Gita will not listen to Gita. They are likely to be vicious and would fight against themselves. This is the physical war. The physical war together with natural calamities will bring physical transformation. So- Physical war is also will happen. But God does not direct for that.

The internal war is of non violence and external war is of violence. Teaching of gita has nothing to do with external/physical war. It does not motivate for physical war.
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8)REAL ENEMIES AND INTERNAL WAR (DHARMAYUDDH, RELIGIOUS OR WAR OR NON VIOLENCE):-

uddharEdaatmanaatmaanam … -06-05

= One should lift oneself by one’s own efforts and should hot degrade oneself; for one’s own self is one’s friend, and one’s own self is one’s enemy.

Also see 06- 06, 06-07, 03-37, 03-38, 03-40, 03-41, 04-42, 05-23, 16-21, 16-22, 18-51, 18-52, 18-53. In all these shlokas and even many more it is mentioned that vices are one’s real enemy and the internal stage that should be achieved by a yogi.
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9)BHAGAVADGITA- SARVASHAASTRAMAYI SHIROMANI = MOTHER OF OR HIGHEST OF ALL SCRIPTURES:-

Highest teachings are given in Bhagavadgeeta. It is beyond all the limited/bodily religions which exist today. It gives highest aim in life. No other religion directs to maintain such a high purity in life. Gita says to sacrifice all the vices like lust, anger, greed, attachment, ego. It also directs to consume pure vegetarian food. It gives directions to make mind more pure than even a child. It says that these vices are cause of body consciousness. Body consciousness is due to the ignorance of the Real Self and attachment to the body. It says to do duty without desire and attachment and lazyness.

Gita teachings are beyond even the gender and give importance to Universal Values. The teachings are common to both the genders. But in all other scriptures, it is not so. This also implies that Gita aims to become soul conscious. It is truly spiritual.

Bhagavadgita has the concept of Bhagavaanuvaach (words of God). That is God himself speaking. But some other religions believe God sends prophets to give message of God. So- it is greatest by- both the internal (the values or words spoken) and external [the source who spoke] views. It says to observe complete non violence and is above all religions. It never mentions name of any religion and says to sacrifice all the religions (18-66) .


In Hinduism, it said- AHIMSAA PARAMODHARMA = NON VIOLENCE IS THE HIGHEST RELIGION. But unfortunately, gita believers have projected/made gita as a cause for the physical war of violence. So- it does not fit properly. Not only that in such a case, the title SARVASHAASTRAMAYI SHIROMANI will not be applicable for gita. So- even from this point of view, people have not understood gita. NOT ONLY THAT THEY HAVE MADE THE ELIXIR(GITA WHICH TEACHES COMPLETE NON VIOLENCE) AS POISON (AS THE SCRIPTURE WHICH MOTIVATED FOR PHYSICAL WAR).
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10)BIGGEST BLUNDERS AND HIGHEST CLIMAX:-

THE BIGGEST BLUNDER IN GITA ARE

• TO CONSIDER THAT GITA KNOWLEDGE WAS USED TO MOTIVATE FOR VIOLENCE (PHYSICAL WAR). and

• PUTTING NAME OF SRI KRISHNA IN GITA INSTEAD OF INCORPOREAL SUPREME MOST BELOVED GOD FATHER SHIVA.

Physical war is likely to increase body consciousness. But the teachings of gita direct to become soul conscious. Without realizing the basics of life/religion, people mixed the external war with Gita and defamed gita.

Just imagine- THE HIGHEST GEMS OF KNOWLEDGE- THE SPIRITUAL KNOWLEDGE IN GITA SAYS TO SACRIFICE VIOLENCE AND GITA BELIEVERS BELIEVE THAT GITA KNOWLEDGE IS FOR VIOLENCE (physical war)! HOW MUCH DHARMAGLAANI (IRRELIGIOUSNESS), CLIMAX THIS IS! Such a great mistake had happened without knowing the Father (God= Creator) and the Property (fruit/Creation).

Some say- Gita has everything in it. It teaches advaita, dwaita, etc. If so- then why people who practice advaita and dwaita philosophies (the saints and sanyaasis) do not take bows and arrows and begin to fight? Usually good people practice non violence. Also those who had real respect to gita from their heart practiced non violence in their life- example Gandhiji, Shankaracharya, Rabindranath Tagore, etc.

This mixing or adulteration is the real dharmabhrasth. Due to mixing of human being with God (considering Krishna as God), and soul with body (considering self as body= body consciousness) Gita became worthless. Due to this the sweetest, richest gems of knowledge got into permanent darkness.

Now- let us see the effect of the other blunder- placing Sri Krishna in the seat of God of Gita.
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11)CAN WE CONSIDER EVERYONE/EVERYTHING TO BE GOD?

Some believe- “By considering everything to be God, we give highest respect to all”. Let us discuss about this. A King alone is fit and has right to sit on the throne. Placing even a Minister in that place would be a great mistake. Hence considering SriKrishna, SriRam, etc as God is a great ignorance and mistake. Now just imagine what would be the effect if we place an ordinary citizen on the throne. The citizen will not get King’s power. He will not be able to rule effectively.

Even all the citizens will forget the real King and will start praising this weak King. So the whole country will get weakened.

Now imagine what it would be if we place a monkey, snake or liveless objects like tree, plants on the throne! This is the present status in India. They consider God for money is one (Lakshmi), for knowledge is someone (Saraswati) and so on. Hence bhaktimarg (path of worship) is downfall. So- in fact by considering everything as God, we not only disrespect God, disrespect the whole humanity and lose self esteem. So- Hindus lost their power (self esteem) due to this.


[Truth is simple:- Suppose say my owner has some properties. He may have some children. When I deal with his children and properties, I respect them as children of owner but never feel them as owner.

I will serve his children with full affection and faith. I will take care of their needs and help them, love them. BUT I WILL NOT CONSIDER THEIR WORDS OR INSTRUCTIONS AS THE OWNER’S. Because they can be ignorant or foolish. I SERVE AND COMMUNICATE WITH THE OWNER’S CHILDREN ACCORDING TO THE DIRECTIONS OF THE OWNER, REAL NEEDS OF CHILDREN AND ACCORDING TO THE ELIGIBILITY OF THEM BUT AND NOT ACCORDING TO DESIRES OR DIRECTIONS OF THE CHILDREN. I ACT ACCORDING TO THE DIRECTIONS OF THE OWNER AND NOT ACCORDING TO WORDS OF THE CHILDREN.

If a person needs some work to get done from the President, and wishes to visit President, he should have the details/address of the President. But instead if he considers everyone as President, will his work get done? Will he meet the President? If he has such belief, EVEN IF THE PRESIDENT HIMSELF COMES AND MEETS HIM, HE WILL FAIL TO RECOGNIZE AND RESPECT HIM. He will be loser all the time. Not only that- then what the President should think of such people? He may think- I need not help such people, because they do not wish to meet me! Similar is the case when we consider everyone and everything as God.

So- By considering everyone and everything as God, we will never realize God. Also- we will fail to respect God and also we will be guiding wrongly about god to others and in this way, we accumulate multiple sins. In this way, we become weak and make others also weak.


So- the highest respect should be given to the Government/God/King and then to the citizens. Like in a family, parents should be given highest respect and then the members numberwise. But considering all as identical, we fall into pit.

It would be highly wrong to consider a govt servant as govt itself. Considering everyone/everything as God is like taking law into hands. It is also like giving and taking bribes. Because it is as good as considering I am Government/God! Then number of govts in a country would be equal to number of govt servants. There cannot be unity, stability and power. The result is- the govt servant will act as if I am the govt itself. Each one will be influenced by the other negatively. Law will have no value and respect in such a country. This is the result and we see today many preach- “I am God, you are God, all are god. [So- just think how foolishness it is to say- SHIVOHUM (I am Shiv= god), etc.]


Actually one should consider himself and everyone as a government servant and not as government. Similarly we should consider everyone as a soul= child of God and not God. We should see everything as god’s property and act as a trustee of God’s property. See- how a small wrong can make a big loss/difference!


In fact a country where people pay highest respect to the government will be good. Unless they pay respect to government the country will be weak. If a citizen fails to pay respect to government, he will not be able to give respect to other citizens. Not only that if a person does not pay highest respect to government, he will be influenced now and then by other common people and can never be stable. Neither government can help him nor can he utilize the help received from the government. Similarly one will be able to pay respect to the whole humanity only if he pays highest respect to God. If we see practically- even in this world, in the developed countries, people pay highest respect is given to Government, then to the best citizens, then to the lower class citizens according to their eligibility or status.

Hence, it is necessary to know the difference between God, deities and human beings.

The first cause for this blunder (considering everything as God) happened by placing Sri Krishna in God’s seat. When the seat of God/father was opened for the first/best child(Sri Krishna), the other devotees started to consider even deity Sri Ram as God, and one by one, all were placed on God’s seat. Even Indian Human Gurus got courage to preach- I AM GOD, I AM SRI SRI SRI 108 JAGADGURU, ETC! And so many Gods further divided Indians and made them weak. So- in Hinduism, many Gods arouse due to this.

[The older saints used to say- “Neti neti”= (God is) not this, not this. They had agreed that we do not know who is God. But later Gurus started saying- I am Ishwar]. Later now, they say- all are god and even trees, plants, snake also are God!


Due to insertion of Sri Krishna, gita became property of just a few people = devotees of Sri Krishna. Even the whole of the Hindus could not read or adopt it, because all do not believe Krishna as God. Many good people in Hinduism have remarked highly negative comments about Mahabharat and Bhaagavath. For example- The famous poet SARVAJNA has said-

“HAADARARA KATHEYANNU, SODARARA VADHEYANNU AADHARISI KELUVAVARA CHAMMARADINDA HODE SARVAJNA = THOSE WHO LISTEN WITH GREAT RESPECT (or devotion) TO THE UGLY STORIES OF RAAS LEELA (OF KRISHNA WITH GOPIKA LADIES IN BHAAGAVATH) AND THE STORY OF KILLING OF BROTHERS (MAHABHARATH) SHOULD BE BEATEN WITH CHAPPALS!”. Even this could not make Gita believers to think deeply and understand Gita properly.


EVERY RELIGION KNOWS ABOUT THEIR RELIGIOUS FATHER. NO RELIGION PLACES ANY HUMAN BEING IN THE PLACE OF GOD. Hence every religion maintains its power to some extent. It is only in hindusim where it is believed Human Being is God. This is the highest effect of the blunder. Imagine what would be power of Christianity if name of Christ in Bible is replaced by a Pope. Such a blunder has happened by putting name of Sri Krishna in place of Incorporeal Supreme God father Shiv in Gita.

Even though some Christians say Christ is God, they still feel there is some gap between Christ and God. They say he is the first son. They say Christ was sent by God. They do not say God came in the form of Christ like Hindus believe God came in the form of Sri Krishna. They have not spoiled the seat of God to that extent. Their feeling is- Christ is next to God. There is feeling in them that there is someone who is beyond even Christ. They also know that Christ has beginning and God does not have. But Gita believers believe
Sri Krishna himself is the real God. Hence it is higher mistake.

If Gita sermonizer was said to be as the only real God – WHO IS INCORPOREAL, BODYLESS, SUPREME GOD FATHER OF ALL THE SOULS SHIV, ALL WOULD HAVE GIVEN FULL RESPECT TO GITA AND THERE WOULD HAVE NOT BEEN ANY POSSIBILITY FOR RISE OF OTHER SCRIPTURES AND MANY OTHER GODS IN HINDUISM. THEN UNITY WOULD HAVE EXISTED IN IT.
ALL THE RELIGIONS IN THE WORLD HAVE JUST ONE SCRIPTURE. BUT HINDUS HAVE MANY SCRIPTURES- GITA, FOUR VEDAS, LOTS OF UPANISHADS, 18 EPICS, ETC, ETC. This has happened due to insertion of name of Krishna in gita and defaming Krishna (writing ugly stories that he was butter thief, had raas leela with gopika ladies, cheated kouravas in war, etc.).

UNITY IN A RELIGION CAN EXIST ONLY IF IT HAS ONE SCRIPTURE. But due to bringing down the level of Gita and defaming Krishna, even many Hindus did not like to follow Gita. Hence they started writing their own scriptures. DUE TO RISE OF MANY GODS, MANY SCRIPTURES IN HINDUISM, DIFFERENT RITUALS, BLINDFAITHS CAME AND THAT DIVIDED HINDUS EVEN MORE. NOT ONLY THAT- THERE IS LOT OF WASTAGE OF TIME, MONEY AND ENERGY IN THESE. TODAY THERE IS SCARCITY FOR EVEN FOOD. STILL LOT OF MONEY IS BEING WASTED FOR THESE RITUALS.


Since Hindus do not know their religion, there is no common scripture, there is no common dhaarnaa (rituals, duties or behavior) in them. This created confusion and made Hindus’ rituals ridiculous. Perhaps this might be one of the reasons why other religions could not give respect to Hinduism.
Due to loss of self esteem and rise of many scriptures and rituals, Hindus got weak, ignorant and divided. This made other religions and countries easy to attack Indians and loot their wealth. In this way India lost praise, power and wealth.


If Incorporeal Supreme God father’s name would have been in Gita, even people belonging to other religion would have respected it and would not have looted Indian temples. Because God is ONE and common to all and all believe that God is incorporeal. Not only that- India would have been the highest pilgrimage to all other countries in that case. If Hindus would have believed in One God, have belief that the incorporeal god is the real benefactor of all souls (sarv ke sadgatidaataa) there could have no chance for creation of different temples. There would have been just Shiva temples. Even there could have just one faith and no chance for countless faiths and rituals.

So it can be said that- BY PUTTING THE NAME OF SRI KRISHNA IN BHAGAVADGITA INDIA HAS BECOME IRRELIGIOUS, WEAK, POOR AND INSOLVENT.

[A note:- Indians do not know what their religion is. Today many Indians say “Hindu is not a religion. It is way of living”. But still they cannot explain how they can accept the name Hindu which is given by other religion [It is Persians who called Bhaaratvaasis (resident of Bhaarat/India) as Hindus]. See the correlation between the two- NOT KNOWING THE RELIGION AS WELL AS THEIR SCRIPTURE. Actually if they knew one, the other also should be known, is it not? So- not knowing their religion- clearly implies that Hindus do not know even their scripture. It is very easy to come to this conclusion, is it not?]


Due to insertion of name of Sri Krishna in Gita, Gita lost its value twice. 1)Gita became personal property of devotees of only a few (just devotees of Sri Krishna). So others could not reap the benefits. 2)It lost its universal values even though it is the highest scripture in the world. Note that SAME WORD SPOKEN BY TWO DIFFERENT PEOPLE WILL NOT HAVE SAME VALUES.

For example- If an ordinary/common person orders me, I may ignore him. But if the same is said by leader of my area, the King (government) of my country, I cannot ignore. I will have to follow it. Also- the common man cannot pass/give me any order as he wishes. He cannot order me “Vacate your house”. But government can order me even to vacate even my house. See the difference when we replace the person who teaches us.

IN TECHNICAL OR MATERIAL MATTERS, JUST WHAT IS SAID IS IMPORTANT OR ENOUGH, WHO SAID IT NEED NOT BE KNOWN. BUT IN RELIGIOUS OR MATTERS RELATED TO BEHAVIOUR, WHO SAID IS ALSO EQUALLY IMPORTANT. HENCE IT IS ALSO IMPORTANT TO KNOW THE ATTRIBUTES OF THE PERSON WHO SPOKE.


Another point is- If the government orders me, it will also pay me well. Because it is powerful and knows its responsibility. But what a common man can give? So- when we realize both the sermonizer the fruit, it would be easy to do the work. We will become attentive and develop faith to become viceless/pure only if versions of gita are of incorporeal God father and know the fruit of viceless stage.


Similarly, if we say God of gita is Sri Krishna, we will not be able to follow/adopt the teachings of gita. [That too, when it is said in scriptures that- Krishna had 16108 wives, he killed so many people physically, how can an ordinary Hindu get faith and power to practice non violence and sacrifice vices?]. So- even those who read gita could not get real benefit.


So till this first/biggest blunder is rectified, India cannot become powerful. Even other religions cannot understand the real meaning of religiousness and respect India.

A note:- A child has one father. A lady should have one husband. What would be her situation if she considers everyone as her husband? To have more than one, is vyabhichaara (impurity). Similarly for a devotee there should be just one God, is it not? So- what would be the situation if a devotee considers everyone as God?! So- considering Sri Krishna as God is the first step of Bhakti stepping into impurity.

Assume that a person has four children. The four 4 children believe the same person as their father. If they believe different persons as their father, then relation between/among the children will not be strong. Others can divide them easily. Similarly, devotees of one religion should have one father. Else it will lose its power.

If we praise our children more than their level, others will not give them the extra respect. They will get confused, surprised and will not believe it. In fact, they will lose respect. But if we criticize, defame our own children, they also will defame them. Similarly if Hindus say- “Sri Krishna is god, he did this miracle, he did that miracle, he is the real God”, others will not believe it.

But if we say “Sri Krishna was butter thief, had 16108 wives, did raasleela with them and/or gopika, told pandavas to lie in the war, was a tricky politician, cheater, etc”, others also will put (throw) and additional stones to it and make shame of it. In this way, Hindu scriptures have become a target for others to criticize. In this way, both wrong praise and criticisms will incur loss. Like under confidence and over confidence- both are dangerous/loss.
So- till Indians realize the one Supreme God father, it cannot regain its past purity, peace, prosperity.
Murli Pt:- Gambheerataa se full marks jamaa hota hai. Mamma toh gambheerataa kee devi thi. = The virtue seriousness gives full marks. Mamma was a deity of seriousness.


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12)THE SEED FOR THIS FIRST WRONG STEP IS BODY CONSCIOUS:-

The essence of gita is- “Each and everyone is a soul, separate than body. Soul is imperishable and body is perishable. Consider yourself as a soul and sacrifice all attachments towards body, materials and religions and relations of body and remember the ONE imperishable, incorporeal, bodyless, most beloved almighty God father”. In other words the essence is “to become soul conscious and supreme conscious”.


Now- when the incorporeal God is removed and Sri Krishna was put in that place, the spiritual love got depicted as bodily love and highest impurity took that place. The main cause is due to considering self as body. Of course, all the scriptures say- “We are not the body, but souls”. But while behaving we behave as if I am the body itself. Due to this (considering self as body= body consciousness) reason we failed to experience God.

It is like this- “To feel love of India, one should be Indian or be ready to become Indian. To feel love of a mother, one should consider that lady as his/her mother or be ready to become her child. Else, not possible, is it not?” Similarly, until we feel that I am a soul, separate than the body, we cannot experience love of God who is also bodyless. One may utter name SHIV, SHIV any number of times, but he will not experience God.

When we considered self as body, then we seated the highest physical personality Sri Krishna in the seat of God. In this way THE REAL, TRUE, HIGHEST, PURE, SPIRITUAL LOVE GOT TURNED INTO IMPURE LOVE/ATTACHMENT. This is the another effect of this great blunder. This is the reason why it is shown in scriptures that Sri Krishna had 16108 wives.


Actually every human soul is bride of God and God is the bride groom. Of these human souls just 16108 souls (people) love God to the maximum possible extent. They give first preference to God. Due to body consciousness and considering bodily personality Sri Krishna as God, the spiritual love got turned into bodily love and hence no one could understand Gita’s teachings properly. Also the spiritual war against vices got/is depicted as physical war.

In this way the religious war got turned into irreligious war and the highest scripture lost its value. We became blind even if there was eye of wisdom (Gita knowledge). No one could understand reality of gita.
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Murli Pt:- Gambheerataa se full marks jamaa hota hai. Mamma toh gambheerataa kee devi thi. = The virtue seriousness gives full marks. Mamma was a deity of seriousness.

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