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What Does the Bhagavad Gita Say about the End of the World?

Shree Krishna is specially honored for preaching Bhagavad Gita. Gita is one of the holy books of Hindus. However, devotees from all religious background honor Gita and its teachings. It is the universally accepted truth that the words and verses of Gita are expressed by Shree Krishna himself. and one can believe that almost all of the verses in Gita are absolutely true.

All religious books like Koran, Tripitaka, Bible, etc mention about the end of the world. What does Bhagavad Gita say about the end of the world? Let's know it in the words of Shree Krishna himself in Gita.

''AHAMATMA GUDAKESHA, SARWABHUTASHAYASTHIT
AHAMADISHRA MADHYA CHA BHUTANAMANTA AWA CHA''

Meaning: ''Life begins, goes and ends with me.''

''KALO DASHMI LOKAKSHAMKRITPRAWRIDWO
LOKAN SAMAHARTUMIHA PRAWRIT
RITE DAPI TWAMNA BHAWISYANTI SARWE
YE DAWASTHITA PRATYANIKESHU YODHA''

Meaning: ''I am the death marching to catch the sins. I have come to this world for a climax. So in the war of true and false, false has no chance to be escaped.''

''YADA YADA HI DHARMASYA GLANIRBHAWATI BHARAT
ABHYUTTHANAM DHARMASYA TADATMANAM SRIJAMYAHAM
PARITRANAYA SADHUNAM BINASHAYA CHA DUSHKRITAM
DHARMA SANTHAPANATHARYA SAMVAWANI YUGE YUGE''

Meaning: ''In every age false tries to overtake true. So I will appear again and again to help true to overcome the false in the battle.''

So, Gita gives hints of the great war which takes place in every age. How can we get rid of such problem? Gita tells all the human beings to follow the path of truth. This is only one way to get the God. This is only one way to get the life. And this is only one way to get rid of the war.

Discovered by Don Prince

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