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It was read by Vyasa and so is the world's most famous treatise on the philosophy of spirit and religion, as well as one of the most important books in ancient India. Srimad Bhagavatam is the holy book of the Hindu religion. Written by Vyasa, a part of which was compiled by Sri Vyasadeva, is regarded as a great work of art. The most famous part of the work, the Bhagavad-gita is a treatise on the philosophy of spirit and religion. It is considered a great work of art and a work of great depth and clarity. The entire text is taken from the mouth of Lord Krishna to Arjuna. In this video we will discuss Bhagavad Gita (Srimad Bhagavatam) in Telugu. What you need to know about Bhagavad Gita - Arjuna says this when Krishna is telling him what to do (before battle): Vedanta is a designation for the original revealed truth, the absolute truth. According to this truth, there is no difference between Atman (soul) and Brahman (Supreme Being). Everything in the material world that exists is an expression of the soul or Atman. That is why we say that we all are one. The material world is like a dream (or illusion). The purpose of life is to realise that our real nature is identical with Brahman, and that we are all the same. We are all manifestations of one reality. How does this come about? You are fully immortal and all-pervasive. You are the source and goal of all that is. The universe itself is a part of you. You do not have a body, and you are everywhere. All this is the mantra of Vedanta. Vedanta comes directly from the Bible. The origin of Vedanta was Christ. Christ preached the gospel of Vedanta. Vedanta is the absolute truth, and you may wonder why Christ had to preach. We were living in darkness. The children of the devil are those who live without knowing the true nature of life, life as Brahma (God). Vedanta is the secret of life, but only when we know the truth about life can we know the truth about ourselves and our nature. If you have a difficult question, ask the Lord. God will give you the answer. Then, Arjuna asks: What is Brahma? A plant?

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