Gita and Reincarnation
Gita and Reincarnation: In Bhagavad Gita the concept of reincarnation has been
made explicitly clear. In the doctrine
of Bhagavad Gita by Lord Krishna... reincarnation is not a myth. It
is as valuable and clear as the water we drink and the air we breathe.
of the soul in another body is a fundamental of life around which rotates the
central concept of the cosmos itself. Bhagavad Gita states that every soul (atman)
reincarnates again and again to facilitate the removal of dross within. This process
of reincarnation stops when the human form gains enlightenment (Kaivalya Jnana)
and finally salvation (moksha).
Krishna is considered the supreme personality of godhead by Iskcon and Hare Krishna
mission... the reason being the powers manifest in Lord Krishna even as a child
has no parallel in the history of mankind. Lord Krishna is considered as an Avatar...
God Almighty manifest in human form. He came about 3600 years before... about
1000 years before Mahavira.
The most fundamental
principle of life that requires to be followed by every spiritual seeker is the
path of absolute truthfulness. Devoid of this... most human beings never come
out of the rut of Samsara (worldly life). Truthfulness is that ingredient on the
path of metaphysics devoid of which human beings behave no better than animals.
is foremost of all sacred Hindu text that initially originated
on mother Earth. The sacred Hindu text... the revered Vedas
was invoked directly from God Almighty by enlightened sages
and saints of that era! Vedas are many in number... the
foremost of which being Rig Veda, Sama Veda, Yajur Veda
and Atharva Veda!