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Bhagavadgita
Kulapati' s preface

Preface

Introductory

The Soul

Karma

God And Nature

Right Action

The Practice Of Mind-Control

Meditation

Inherited Propensities

Hope For All

Godlessness

Ideal-Austerities-Food

Surrender And Grace

The Oneness Of Existence

Advaita And Gita-Discipline

Seeing God

Conclusion

The Author
Major Sections
Books By Rajaji
Ramayana Mahabharata

Bhagavad Gita

Bhaja Govindam

Kural

Upanishads

Hinduism Doctrine And Way Of Living

GOD AND NATURE

[Adhyaya VII--Slokas 4-14, 25 and 27. Adhyaya IX--Slokas 4.6, 8, 10 and 16-19. Adhyaya XV--Slokas 16-18.]

WE shall continue in the next chapter our study of the Gita-teaching as to how to live. It will be helpful to pause here to contemplate on the Hindu interpretation of the riddle of the Universe. the great "open secret" which has baffled man ever since he began to think deeply, and which must ever remain an insoluble paradox. This involves a study of the 7th, 9th and 15th Adhyayas of the Gita.

All the physical elements of nature, including the material bodies of animate beings and their sensory and mental functions, may be grouped together forming the ever-changing physical aspect of the universe. This is called Prakriti. Behind the animate is the soul that dwells within each being and animates it. Behind all again is the Supreme Being whose power it is that holds together all the changes visible in one organic existence. He dwells with- in and supports and moves everything, but exists apart from all.

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