CONTENTS:- 1. Introduction 2. Review of Related Literature 3. The Bhagavad Gita 4. Analysis and Interpretation 5. The Bhagavad Gita and Different Educational Philosophies 6. Conclusion and Suggestions
India's rich cultural heritage has a glorious past. It speaks of the grandeur of her past achievements and transcendental experience in the field of spiritual science. The Bhargavgita is one such book of monumental significance. It is treatise of versatility. It is a divine discourse between Lord Krishna and Arjuna when the latter became increasingly despondent to see to his nears and dears, his kith and kin standing face to face with him in the battlefield at Kurukshetra. This discourse is a divine message delivered by Lord Krishna in which no filed of human life remains untouched. The message is based on ethical principles which are indispensable for man and society, heere in this world and also hereafter. We are to keep up moral values even in the dark days of life. We must fight for the just cause without bothering about the results. We must be true in heart and mind, then only we can leave behind a magnificent heritage. It is treatise of diplomacy, statesmanship, ethics, yoga, psychology and spiritual science-all in one. It tells us about the system of society in India at that time. It must be the outcome of some system of education that prevailed here.