What did Krishna say to Arjuna in the Bhagavad Gita?
Krishna: “Hey Arjun, if you refuse to fight this righteous war and shy away from your innate duty, you will lose your reputation as a warrior and thus you will definitely incur sin.” Arjun: “How can we be happy by slaying our own friends, relatives or even the noble elders.
Does Arjuna fight in Bhagavad Gita?
As the battle draws close, Arjuna is overcome with self-doubt about the righteousness of the war against his own kith and kin. He is distraught at the thought of having to fight with his friends and family such as his dear teacher Drona and grandsire Bhishma.
How does Krishna convince Arjuna to fight?
krishna wants us to learn that we have to support the good thoughts in our mind to destroy the evil one. In Gita Lord Krishna asking Arjuna to fight. This has got 2 messages: Direct message for Arjuna – Here Krishna reminds Arjuna his occupational duty which is born of his own nature.
What does Arjuna learn from Krishna?
Lord Krishna’s teachings to Arjuna highlighted that all wars first exist in the mind. And thus winning in the mind is the first step to winning on the battlefield and in real life.