Bhagavad Gita – Chapter 16
SET OF 1 CDA. Parthasarathy
DURATION : 5 HR 46 MIN
Bhagavad Gita Chapter XVI: Yoga Of Distinction Of Divine & Demoniac Nature
The Bhagavad Gita ‘Song of the Lord’ is a conversation between Lord Krsna and the warrior prince Arjuna on the battlefield of the Kurukshetra. It provides a practical philosophy which expounds the technique for an active and peaceful life. Above all, it ushers one towards the goal of spiritual Enlightenment.
The world comprises two distinct classes of human beings – the divine and the demoniac. Krsna enumerates their respective qualities and conduct. The divine nature ushers one to liberation, the demoniac is bound to the world.
The demoniac, living contrary to scriptural injunction, suffer from agitation and sorrow. With endless desires they go through the cycle of birth and death. Whereas, the divine conquer their ignorance-based desires. Live in peace and happiness until they reach the goal of Enlightenment.