Gita tells us about right and wrong, good and bad: Anil Vij

The teachings of Bhagavad Gita tells people what is right and what is wrong, Haryana home minister Anil Vij Saturday said .

Vij was addressing the gathering at International Gita Seminar in Sydney, Australia.

While speaking on the theme “Gita An Epitome of Peace, Fraternity and Harmony”, Vij said, “The teachings of Gita tell people what is right, what is wrong, what is wisdom, what is decency, what is wickedness, what is good, what is bad. The knowledge of all these has been explained in Gita. The path has been shown and told through the Gita for mankind to go on the right path so that there can be light in their life.”

Vij added that there is a lot of discussion on religion all over the world, but religion is a path that gives freedom, and gives salvation. “If Gita is tested on this formula, then it has all the qualities. It can give you the destination you want in life. If you want to get salvation, then it can give you Gyan Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Sankhya Yoga, Karma Yoga,” he said, adding that the divine knowledge of Gita was given in Sanskrit.

Virtually joining the ceremony from here, Khattar said, “Gita gives the message of living without any selfishness and this great message has been given in Kurukshetra. We are proud to be part of Haryana, where 5160 years ago, Lord Krishna preached Gita. In the very first verse of Gita, Kurukshetra has been given the name of ‘Dharmakshetra’ and from this place, Lord Krishna gave the message of Karma Yoga.”

Guru Sharananand Ji Maharaj, Gita Manishi Swami Gyananand Ji Maharaj, and other dignitaries also attended the event.


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