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Solved Exercise for Precis writing with Title “Lord Krishna and the Bhagwat Gita” Precis for Class 9, 10, 11, 12 and Graduation and other classes.

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Lord Krishna was an eminent personality of the Epic period of Indian History. He was a great philosopher and a Karma-yogi. His birth took place at Mathura, now, the glorious centre of Indian culture and civilization that is situated in the midst of the Vraj Bhumi and the serene waters of the Yamuna flows even today to remind one of the great times when Indian civilization was at the peak-level in our country. He had established his rule at Dwarka. He took a leading part in the Mahabharta war, when Arjuna, after looking at his kith and kin in the rival camp, lost his spirits and he did not want to fight. It was Lord Krishna, who gave the sermon of the Bhagwat Gita, having a universal significance and which has been translated into almost all the great world languages when he had remarked:’ Arjuna! Soul is immortal. All is pre-destined. You are a tool in the hands of destiny that moulds your character. Perform your allotted duty to end evil on earth. Glory shall go to you if you win the war, otherwise you will be hailed in the Heavens like a hero if you die. Arjuna was heartened and he fought the heroic battle at the Battle-field of Kurukshetra and won the Mahabharta War. The sermon of the Bhagwat Gita: ‘Whenever there is decline of righteousness. Arjuna, I body myself forth from age to age, to safeguard the interests of my devotees and to re-establish Dharma after doing away with evil.’ Thoreau, Mahatma Gandhi, Tolstoy, Emerson, Walt Whitman and many other great world philosophers were moved. Thoreau had remarked once: “Bhagwat Gita is my mother. Early in the morning I had to bow before it and recite its hymns. Only then I can have peace of mind. What a magic it possesses!” And so it had influenced Mahatma Gandhi, the Father of our nation, who had received inspiration from Bhagwat Gita and followed its great and lofty ideals in day to day life.

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Lord Krishna and the Bhagwat Gita

Lord Krishna, a hero of the epic age, born at Mathura, in the midst of the Vraj Bhumi, where the Yamuna flows even today, had delivered the sermon of the Bhagwat Gita at the Battle-field of Kurukshetra to the dispirited Arjuna who had seen his own relations in the Kaurva Army and who did not want to fight that Battle. Soul is immortal. We should perform our allotted duty. In order to establish Dharma, Lord Krishna incarnates in each age to end evil. The Bhagwat Gita, translated into many world languages, inspired Thoreau, Mahatma Gandhi, Tolstoy, Emerson, Wait Whitman and many other world philosophers. It contains lofty ideals and has a universal appeal.

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