The Bhagavad-gita ("Song of the Lord") is a spiritual masterwork–a luminous discourse on philosophy, psychology, and also the practical aims of routine life. Written over two millennia ago, the Gita–a part of a far larger epic, '' the Mahabharata–have been first translated into English in 1785.
Within a period of 700 verses, when we research on Bhagavad Gita, Krishna quiets Arjuna's painful doubts in regards to the role he has to play in the start of catastrophic warfare. As we arrive at spiritual activities.
We realize that these are also divided into two: namely, understanding of one's personal self (or one's inherent position), and the truth regarding the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
One who follows the path of the Gt as it's can very easily comprehend these two major divisions of religious understanding. For there is certainly no difficulty in acquiring an ideal understanding of the self as part and parcel of the Lord.
Therefore understanding is effective for a man or woman who easily knows the transcendental activities of their Lord. One is therefore advised to research Bhagavad-gt, or any other scripture, under a bona fide spiritual master, with support and surrender.
Even a bona fide spiritual master is in the disciplic succession from time eternal, and he does not detract at all from the instructions of the Supreme Lord as they have been imparted millions of decades ago to the sun-god, from whom the instructions of Bhagavad-gt have come down to the earthly kingdom.