Quigley and Caste

Quigley and Caste - BG a dialogue about dharma Arjuna asks...

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Quigley and Caste 15/02/2008 09:59:00 Wanted to characterize all of the east, a grand theory, specifies of jati in  indicidual societies not grand enough Bhagavad Gita – “Bible of India” Named by missionaries  Epic period Mahabharata and Ramayana Popular, everyone know and liked BG is part of the Mahabharata Story of the pandavas, 5 sons of panda War, ask Krishna for help, to known to them as Kod Arjuna chooses Krishna over army Find themselves on Kuruksetra – field of battle The opposing side is Arjuna’s friends and family and teachers
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Unformatted text preview: BG a dialogue about dharma Arjuna asks is it dharmic to fight against family? Kirshna tells him to fight it is the dharma of the warrior Understand through dialogue the relationship of dharma and yoga Yoga from Sanskrit root yuj to yoke implies discipline and purpose Health club yoga is physical discipline 3 yogas jnana yoga wisdom/knowledge karma yoga action bhakti yoga devotion yoga leads to moksa 15/02/2008 09:59:00 15/02/2008 09:59:00...
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