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Apr 15 '21 at 15:48 comment added user30612 where is the answer!!
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May 21 '19 at 5:50 comment added Wikash_ No that is not true. You see it is hard for people to realize that Krishna's words are meant in a poetic sense. Do not take them seriously.
May 20 '19 at 13:54 comment added Srimannarayana K V @Wikash_: Understanding a Yogi of Sri Krishna's stature is not that easy.
May 20 '19 at 13:38 comment added Wikash_ @ srimannarayana that is not true. Arjuna became mature after hearing the Gita. He was educated. It just shows that Krishna is not god himself.
May 20 '19 at 9:29 comment added Srimannarayana K V @Wikash_: Perhaps you are referring to a dialogue between Arjuna and Sri Krishna. If so, then it should be understood that Sri Krishna did not repeat because Arjuna was not in a matured state before and after the war. However, before the war it was the duty of Sri Krishna to remind about Arjuna's responsibility as he was a warrior. After the war there is no such necessity of motivating an immature person.
May 20 '19 at 8:57 comment added Wikash_ "had merged in the ABSOLUTE,ie., the God, and thus became the ABSOLUTE." No later he was asked to recite the gita again and he could not do that. He was during speaking the Gita in connection with god.
May 18 '19 at 6:10 history answered Srimannarayana K V CC BY-SA 4.0