I'm immortal, I'm a soul. The real story of the Bhagavad-Gita

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  • A summary of the begin of the Bhagavad-Gita in the form of a enticing story. One and a half chapters condensed in 5 minutes. 

Subs in English, Portuguese and Russian. 


Imagine you are a trained warrior, and you are about to fight in a great battle. However as you prepare your weapons, you notice that most of your kinsmen are on the other side: cousins, uncles, dear friends and even your grandfather. What would you do?

In the great classic, the Bhagavad-Gita, Arjuna comes across a gruesome choice: face his own relatives in battle, risking killing his own kinsman or being killed by them, or neglecting his sacred duty as a ksatriya, a sacred warrior, and live the rest of his life in shame. For a righteous and honored person like Arjuna, dishonor is worse than death, but how could he live after the death of his relatives?

Incapableof finding a way out of his dilemma, Arjuna turns to Krsna, his divine friend, who was driving his chariot. With tears in his eyes, he begs Krsna to become his spiritual master and help him to overcome his doubts.

<Them, something unexpected happens...

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