Chapter 8 Bhagavad Gita

"Akshara-Parabrahman Yoga," which means "The Yoga of the Imperishable Absolute."

In this chapter, Lord Krishna explains to Arjuna the nature of the eternal, unchanging reality beyond the material world.

Arjuna asked Lord Krishna about the eternal and the transient, and how to realize the Supreme Truth at the time of death.

Krishna begins by explaining that those who constantly remember and meditate upon Him with devotion at the time of death can attain Him.

Krishna introduces the concept of the "Akshara" or the imperishable. He reveals that the material world is perishable and subject to cycles of creation and destruction,

Krishna then describes the process of leaving the body at the time of death. He explains that whatever one thinks of at the last moment of life determines their next destination.

This chapter emphasizes the importance of devotion, selfless actions, and seeking the eternal truth in life.