In the Indian epic Mahabharata, the battlefield of Kurukshetra holds a very significant position. It was here that the mighty warrior Arjuna lost control over his nerves when he had to fight his own blood relations, mentors and illustrious reachers. Lord Krishna, the Supreme Godhead in the avatar of Arjuna's charioteer understood his despondency and advised him on what he should be doing.
This sermon by Lord Krishna, knwon as the Bhagavad Gita is held in the highest esteem by the Hindus but it would not be wrong to say that this message is for entire mankind. It may have been delivered in the setting of a battlefield but illumined minds have found it very relevant in present times as well. Sayings from the Bhagavad Gita combines the beauty of the celestial message with the bewitching beauty of Mother Earth.
About the Author:
Ashok Dilwali has mastered the art of capturing nature in its various moods - from the turbulent to the sublime - with his lenses. Every manifestation of Nature is for him, a divine creation.
Dilwali has been regularly holding photography exhibitions and has won two gold medals in the International Photography Competitions in Austria (2005 and 2006). He also received the third prize in a photography competition held in USA in 2002. He has more than a dozen books to his credit.