Primary Goal of the Event:
The Bhagavad Gita or the song of God was revealed by Lord Shree Krishna to Arjun on the threshold of the epic war of Mahabharata. A decisive war between two set of cousins the Kauravas and the Pandavas was just about to commence on the battlefield of Kurukshetra. A detailed account of the reasons which led to a war of such enormity are given under Introduction, under “The Setting of the Bhagavad Gita.”
The Bhagavad Gita is primarily a conversation between Lord Shree Krishna and Arjun, though it begins with a dialogue between King Dhritarashtra and his minister Sanjay. Dhritarashtra being blind could not leave his palace in Hastinapur, but was eager to know the on goings of the battlefield.
Sanjay was a disciple of Sage Ved Vyas, the author of the epic Mahabharata and several other Hindu scriptures. Sage Ved Vyas possessed a mystic ability to see and hear events occurring in distant places. He had bestowed upon Sanjay this miraculous power of distant vision. Therefore, Sanjay could see and hear what transpired on the battle grounds of Kurukshetra, and give a first-hand account to King Dhritarashtra, while still being in his palace.
Date : 28 March to 29 March
Venue : Hotel Yash Regency 3 Star Hotel (Vaishali Nagar Jaipur)
Santosh Gupta : 9414321681
Bhupendra Tayal : 9602374878
Rajiv Gupta : 8290001394