The Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 10, Religion by the Heavenly Perfections Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10, Religion by the Heavenly Perfections Summary and Analysis

Krishna explains still more about the Truth of all matters. He provides yet more succinct encapsulations of the religious teachings so far presented to mankind through Hinduism. After he gives a relatively brief comment, the archer Prince Arjuna responds.

Arjuna first declares recognition that his driver has revealed himself to be speaking from the god form rather than "as the charioteer." This is "god as charioteer" not "charioteer as god." This is another part of what Krishna was explaining in the preceding chapters about how it is that all is contained by this Me, and can return to this Me, but that no things or lone fact can "contain" the Brahma. Arjuna explicitly declares this to Krishna—so now the Prince is talking to what monotheists would call God, even...

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