Did you read Bhagwat Gita? These are the 18 main gist of the Gita.

The Bible is the largest religious text of the Christian religion, the Koran is the largest religious text of the Muslim religion. Similarly, the Veda is the greatest religious text of the Hindu religion.There are four Vedas, Rig Veda, Sama Veda, Yajurveda and Artharva Veda. The conclusion of these four Vedas is the Upanishads. 18 Puranas have been composed from the Upanishads. The conclusion of all the Vedas, Upanishads and Puranas is the Gita. The Gita is written in chapter 18 of the religious book.When Arjuna was ignorant that he would not fight the Mahabharata, Krishnaji recited the Gita for the attainment of good knowledge. However, since Arjuna was not satisfied, Lord Krishna gave Arjuna a vision of the world and gave him clear knowledge. Arjuna is prepared to fight the Mahabharata. Thus Nishkamana originated in Arjuna.

All this knowledge is meditated on by God in chapter 18 of the Gita. The same 18 chapters are the rules of the main important religion of Hinduism. In summary of these 18 chapters, we need to understand God’s 18 divine commandments.Divine law is God’s command that we human beings should follow the 18 rules and dedicate ourselves to crossing the ocean to live our lives.

So we call the Gita 18 Commandments. For example, Christians call the Bible the Ten Commandments.

18 Summary of Chapter 18

  • Not to fall under the spell of lust or happiness.
  • Performing one’s duty considering the body perishable and the soul indestructible.
  • To perform one’s duty without any emotion.
  • Doing deeds selflessly by experiencing elemental knowledge
  • To always be in Titiksha, that is, to have the same feeling in happiness and sorrow.
  • To maintain equality in conscience
  • Acknowledging that everything is God.
  • Always remembering God and doing your duty.
  • Remember that all human beings are entitled to attain Bhagavat.
  • To think of God as a part of God, eccentricity, specialty, beauty, greatness, strength of knowledge, etc.
  • To consider this bird world as the form of God and to see the great form of God, that is, to say that the world is God, God is the world.
  • To dedicate oneself to God with body, senses, mind and intellect.