Hinduism Chapter 15 of Bhagavad Gita with reference to Upanishads.

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Name Instructor Institution Date Upanishads The Upanishad is one of the four genres of texts that consists the sacred scripture of the Vedas, a collection of hymns and formulas regarded as the most sacred scriptures in Hindu traditions. According to Olivelle (1), the Upanishad “speculates about the ontological connection between humanity and the cosmos.” It is also called as ‘vedanta’ or the conclusion of the Vedas because the Upanishads comprise the final portions of the Vedas and serve as the core texts in the theological discourses in subsequent Indian thought.


Schweig. Graham M. Schweig’s “Bhagavad Gita: The Beloved Lord's Secret Love Song” encompasses the metaphysical concepts such as the distinction between body and soul (matter/spirit), the principle of nonattached action, the virtues of disciplines… and the respective places of knowledge and devotion in spiritual life” (Rosen 108). In addition, Lord Krishna shares wisdom about the true nature of God, World and Beings and the underlying oneness of God and Being. In “The Ultimate Person” chapter of the Bhagavad Gita, the conversation between the Lord Krishna, the teacher and the student Arjuna was presented. Lord Krishna imparts his knowledge through his teachings comprising the whole Veda. The central point of his philosophy is on how to accomplish and acknowledge the Supreme Being. Through his teachings, the essence of various disciplines such as Meditation, Karma Yoga, Values, Devotion, are relayed to his followers. ...
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