1. What is the Bhagavad-Gita?

Radhika Raman Das
By Radhika Raman Das 1.9k Views Add a Comment 1 Min Read

Bhagavad-Gita” means the song of God. It is the conversation between a man called Arjuna, and God Himself in the human form, Lord Krishna. It is the only scripture on the planet that can be called the word of God in person. This conversation took place 5000 years ago in Kurukshetra, India. The Bhagavad-Gita is based on questions raised from man (Arjuna) and answers given by God (Lord Krishna).

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Raman (Radhika Raman Das) joined ISKCON in 2003 and got initiated by HH Bhakti Caitanya Swami Maharaj in 2011. As the Editor in Chief at "The Vaisnava - Online Magazine", he helps readers around the world hone in their Spiritual Curiosity, express their unique realizations as aspiring Vaisnava writers and enthusiasts, as well as to spread the digital seed of Srila Prabhupada's mission to spread Krishna Consciousness all around the globe.
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