Karma Yoga

Karma Yoga

Superior are those who practice karm yoga

Chapter 3 Bhagvad Gita 

Lord Krishna continues his dialogue with Arjuna, who is deeply troubled by the idea of engaging in a fierce battle against his own relatives and loved ones.ones.

Lord Krishna introduces the concept of Karma Yoga, which is the path of selfless action. He emphasizes that it is important for Arjuna to fulfill his duty as a warrior and engage in battle, as it is his prescribed role in society.

Karma

Karma

Krishna explains there are 3 types of actions: 1. Nitya karma: These are the daily obligatory actions 2.Naimittika karma: These are occasional duties 3.Kamya karma: These are actions performed with personal desires

In conclusion, Chapter 3 of the Bhagavad Gita emphasizes the importance of performing one's duties selflessly without attachment to the outcomes.

Lord Krishna guides Arjuna to fulfill his duty as a warrior and to recognize the need for action without being driven by desires and attachments.

stay tuned for next part of chapter 4.. #blossombuddy