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Bhagavad-Gita is simultaneously words of God, mentioned as an Upanishad, the 'Smriti-prasthana' and a part of the 'Itihasa-purana'.

The scriptures mention a hierarchy as Vedas and Upanishads > Smritis> Itihasa and Puranas.

Any Upanishad is a part of the Vedas, but Gita is NOT a part of any Veda. A smriti is a list of Do's and Don'ts but Gita is not such a Rule Book.

What us the exact position of Gita AS PER THE SCRIPTURES?

I am not interested in the personal opinions as discussed in Is Bhagavad Gita text Shruti or Smriti?

marked as duplicate by Sarvabhouma, Aby, Krishna Shweta, Parabrahman Jyoti, Surya Kanta Bose Chowdhury Apr 18 at 17:29

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    @Sarvabhouma I dont think this question should be marked as duplicate. The "original" question does not have a satisfactory answer. – Lazy Lubber Apr 18 at 5:10
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    @LazyLubber We mark questions based on what is asked in the question. The original asks what is Bhagavad Gita a Shriti or Smriti. Satisfactory answers will come in future. Satisfaction is also subjective. It already have good answers not satisfactory if you ask me. Because one of the answers cites Adi Shankara. – Sarvabhouma Apr 18 at 5:19
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    @LazyLubber If the question is not the same, one can edit the question. Asking the same question again and again is not the way. We must have to face the same question a hundred times because of the reason "Answers are not satisfactory". Avoiding repetition is key point here. Otherwise, oeveryone would post same questions again and again. That would lead to bad situations like getting unnecessary reputation and privileges. The answer says Adi Shankara used that in Gita. What else to do you need. Shankara says "iti smaryate" for multipple shlokas. Ask the answerer the cite the commentary. – Sarvabhouma Apr 18 at 5:32
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    @Sarvabhouma As I said, Shankara is not the only vedantin. And I repeat, he has not been quoted. If he has said something in gita bhashya, where did he say it? The exact reference needs to be provided. And as far as I am concerned, this forum is primarily about sharing knowledge of hinduism - not reputation or privileges. I dont believe questions should be closed based on mere technicalities. – Lazy Lubber Apr 18 at 5:38
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    @commonman Unfortunately, people seem to be too eager to close questions here. – Lazy Lubber Apr 18 at 5:41