26. Hindus are the only people who never said only our God is perfect, only our books are perfect, only our pathway is the best. We said all the best should be ours. Aa no bhadraa: krathavo yanthu viswatha: (Upanishad) let noble thoughts come to us from all over the world.
27. We never prayed haindavaa; samasthaa; sukhino bhavanthu or bhaaratheeyaa; samasthaa sukhino bhavanthu. We prayed lokaa; samasthaa; sukhino bhavanthu. Let everyone in this world live a happy life.
28. Lord Krishna in Bhagavath Geetha has told even if you worship the most complicated system of divinity, you will be reach to me only.
29. Our Rushies gave us all round permission to worship any god and even not to worship also. Unfortunately, this concept has been misinterpreted and used by other religious people to convert us.
30. Our concept of worshipping any god and divine power has also been misinterpreted and misused. But Lord Krishna has specifically said, follow your dharma and never accept other dharma.
31. In our literature, four types of approaches are followed to elevate the human mind.
32. Our forefathers told us to follow any of these steps depending upon your intellectual capacity, academic qualification, social maturity, wisdom and so on. These four concepts are to elevate our mind from bad to good, from darkness to light and also from a tension full life to tension less life.
33. They told us to listen to the stories and take the messages from that if our level is reasonably at low state; follow the messages from the experience of others if you are at a still-elevated position; follow the third path of accepting directly the messages to elevate yourself. The last level or the highest level is to go through the truth and fact about the life and live a glorious life as our Upanishads have told us.
34. The essence of all these four pathways includes in Bhagavath Geetha. That is the glory of the Geetha.
35. Bhagavath Geetha does not give us stories, but mentions the experiences and give profusely the messages as the discussion between Lord Krishna and Arjuna in a battlefield of Kurukshetra.
36. It can be a mental, psychological, economic, social, physical or national war or war of thoughts. Still, the most crucial place in the world is the battlefield or war field. The most crucial crisis is the mental crisis of a warrior.
In the service of Motherland & Dharma
IISH Communication Team