Hinduism and the Bhagavada-Gita


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Hinduism and the Bhagavada-Gita

“The restlessness that you feel in this world and the unhappiness that characterizes your daily life will tell you that life in this world, as a human being is not complete. If human life is complete, you would be happy always and no problem would be facing you. There would be no anxiety of any kind if human life is the last point, the terminus.”

Using the supplied excerpt of the Bhagavad-Gita provided, consider the above quote while answering the following prompt. Your response should cite at least three examples from the text and demonstrate your knowledge Hinduism.

What, according to Krishna, is the proper mode of human action (karma)?  How is the relationship between action (karma) and duty (dharma) discussed in the poem?

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