Shrimad Bhagavad Gita is Symbolic of Inner War with Five Vices Said Gita Scholars at Cuttack


Cuttack (OD): Shrimad Bhagavad Gita Mahasammelan was conducted at Cuttack Saheed Bhawan on 15th October 2017.

Rajyogi B.K. Brij Mohan, Addl. Secretary General of Brahma Kumaris; Dr. Pushpa Pandey, Eminent Gynaecologist  & Gita Scholar, Jabalpur;  Hon’ble Justice V. Eshwraiah, Former Acting Chief Justice of Andhra Pradesh High Court, Hyderabad; Prof. Alekh Chandra Sarangi, Former Vice Chancellor, Shri Jagannath Sanskrit University, Puri; and Rajyogini B.K. Kamlesh, Sub-Zone Director, Cuttack addressed the audience at Saheed Bhawan, Cuttack.

All were unique in their opinion that the war described in Gita is symbolic of inner war with five vices and this is the time when Gita episode is being repeated.

Prof. A.C. Sarangi said that a conflict between mind and intellect goes on unless until we do something to get rid of it. He said, weapon of Gyan is required to conquer over Lust, Anger and Greed.

Dr. Pushpa Pandey 
said that Arjun is the one who gains knowledge. Work field is battle field. One has to vigilant on not committing any mistake in the influence of any of the vices.

Hon’ble Justice V. Eswaraiah, Former Acting Chief Justice of High Court of Andhra Pradesh told that it is God who is now giving us the right knowledge to transform our lives.

Rajyogi B.K. Brij Mohan
 told that we have to practice three things in life which is essence of Gita.

1. Past is Past. So we must put a full stop to the past considering that whatever happened has happened for good only.

2. We must have an attention to Give , give and give only.

3. We should have good wishes for all all the time in our mind.

There was a wonderful gathering of thousands of brothers and sisters who were highly impressed with the deliberations.