The ’Battlefield of the Bhagavadgita’ tells the story of a man confused of what is the best way 2 act according 2 certain circumstances that requires  choosing between doing right or wrong & of what exactly bad or good (behaviour) stands 4 or in all, the distresses that choice yields or the difficulties typical 4 life & living in mãyã, our world.

The Bhagavadgita is about selflessness versus selfishness, choice versus responsibility, freewill versus freedom, action versus non-action, duty versus desire, knowledge versus ignorance, material versus spiritual knowledge, body versus soul, guilt & shame versus liberation from sins, love versus craving & aversion, death versus life, etc.

The Bhagavadgita is a suffering fixer & solver, an instruction manual 4 (this) life. The Bhagavadgita is a destroyer of confusion & suffering, an effective & fruitful guiding help 4 (this) life as 2 destroy suffering, our reward 4 choosing (this) life !

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