bhagavad gita intro

bhagavad gita intro - Ronak Rana World Mythology 3/2/09 (a)...

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Ronak Rana World Mythology 3/2/09 (a) the Upanishads – means “sit down near”, texts of conversations of students and teachers who have been exiled to the forests and contemplate on the real world and nature and how meditation and study could teach a lot about it. It requires dedication over a period of time, varying on ones decision of selecting a time period. (b) the Dhammapada - scriptures similar to The Bhagavad-Gita, with similar concepts except The Dhammapada is to Buddhism as The Bhagavad-Gita is to Hinduism. Dhamma means teachings of Buddha and the scriptures contain the basic morals of Buddhism. (c) the Mahabharata - epic scripture in which the Gita occurs in. Made in a time where there were multiple paths of spirituality that one could possibly follow. Also it states that there were many gods and goddesses that were followed during the time. (d) shruti – describes the sacred texts of Hinduism and is one of the three sources of Dharma (e) the Vedas - ancient verses, sacred hindu texts
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