Gita is a narrative dialect between Prince Arjun and God Krishna Vasudeva. Sri Krishna is God Vishnu in Human form.
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Mahatma Gandhi and Bal Gangadhar Often call upon selfless call to duty in their literature, from Gita.
Bhagavad Gita is narrative discourse between lord Krishna and Prince Arjun in the Epic Saga of Mahabharat.
Gita being a smriti, something that remembered and passed on, accounts Arjun selfless duty on battle field.
Lord Krishna urges Arjun to fight his relatives without regard to personal ego, attachment and outcomes.
Bhagavad Gita contains dialogue between Lord Krishna, Avatar of Vishnu, and Prince Arjun.
Sri Krishna counsels Arjun towards his duties on battle filed of kurukshetra, in the epic Mahabharata.
Gita catalogs around 700 verses. These are Recounted by Sanjay.
Bhavagad Gita, Song of God, contains Lord Krishna's existential Answers to Arjun's refusal to perform his duties, on kurukshetra battlefield. Lord Krishna asks Arjun to perform his Brahman duty Or Dharma.