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Woman Shares Key Points From Bhagavad Gita In Just 18 Tweets & It Goes Viral For Right Reasons

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Woman Shares Key Points From Bhagavad Gita In Just 18 Tweets & It Goes Viral For Right Reasons

Bhagavad Gita is one of the most sacred and religious books of the Hindus which has the essence of whole life. This 700-verse scripture is a part of the Hindu epic Mahabharata and it is written in the 6th book of Mahabharata which is called Bhishma Parva.

Bhagavad Gita is in the form of questions and answers as Bhagwan Krishna clears many doubts of Arjuna in the middle of the battlefield. The war of Mahabharata was fought between Pandavas and Kauravas at Kurukshetra and Bhagwan Krishna was the charioteer of Arjuna in this war. Just at the beginning of the war, Arjuna was confused as he was hesitant in fighting against his own brothers, elders and other relatives and this was when Bhagwan Krishna gave the world the message of love, solace, peace, freedom and other things.

While reading Bhagavad Gita may take considerable amount of time, an online user Shweta Kukreja has written down the main points from all the chapters and made it easy for everyone to learn the teachings of Bhagavad Gita in very less time.

Shweta wrote in her first tweet that it took her 4 months to finish reading Bhagavad Gita but all other online users can learn all of it in just 2 minutes.

Chapter 1: Negative mindset is the problem

Chapter 2: Right knowledge is the solution to most of our problems

Chapter 3: Selflessness is the only key to progress

Chapter 4: Every act can be made an act of prayer

Chapter 5: Renounce ego and stay in bliss

Chapter 6: Connect to the higher consciousness

Chapter 7: Live what you learn

Chapter 8: Never give up on yourself

Chapter 9: Value your blessings

Chapter 10: See divinity

Chapter 11: See the truth as it is

Chapter 12: Absorb your mind

Chapter 13: Detach from materialistic things

Chapter 14: Live a lifestyle that matches your vision

Chapter 15: Prioritise divinity

Chapter 16: Being good is a reward in itself

Chapter 17: Choose right over pleasant

Chapter 18: Let go

How do you find this thread on Bhagavad Gita? Truly amazing, agree?

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