History Of Bhagawad Gita
Personality of God Almighty, Sri Krishna, said: I have taught this yoga science which can not be annihilated to the sun god, Vivasvan, then Vivasvan taught this science to Manu, the human father, then Manumengajarkan science to Ikṣvāku.
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Here we discover the history of the Bhagavad-gita since ancient times when the Bhagavad-gita was conveyed to the rājā of all planets, from the solar planets. kings of the entire planet in particular intended to protect its inhabitants. Therefore, should the rājā understand the knowledge of the Bhagavad-gita in order that they may rule the citizens and protect them from worldly ties to the passions. Human life is intended to develop spiritual knowledge, in an everlasting relationship with the Supreme Personality of God, and the executing leaders of all countries and all planets are obliged to convey this lesson to citizens through education, culture and devotion. In other words, the leaders of all countries are meant to spread the knowledge of Krishna's consciousness so that people can benefit from this noble science, pursuing a path that will achieve success and use the opportunity of human life forms.
At this time, the sun god named Vivasvan, sun rājā, the source of all the planets in the solar system. In Brahma-samhita (5.52) it is stated:
yac-cakṣur eṣa savitā sakala-grahāṇāḿ
rājā samasta-sura-mūrtir aśeṣa-tejāḥ
yasyājñayā bhramati sambhṛta-kāla-cakro
govindam ādi-puruṣaḿ tam ahaḿ bhajāmi
Lord Brahma said, Servant worship the Personality of God Almighty, Govinda (Krishna), The original personality. Under his command, the sun, the rājā of all planets, gained immense strength and exceedingly high temperatures. The sun is the eye of God and crosses the line by obeying His commands. "
The sun is the rājā of the planets, and the sun god (now called Vivasvan) reigns on the planet of the sun, which controls all other planets by providing heat and light. The sun revolves under the command of Krishna, and Lord Krishna originally appointed Vivasvan as the first disciple to understand the science of the Bhagavad-gita. Therefore, the Bhagavad-gita is not a fantasy paper for a mundane worldly scholar, but a standard book of hereditary knowledge since before the beginning of history.
In Mahabhārata (santiparva) 348.51-52 we can find the history of the Bhagavad-gita as follows:
tretā-yugādau ca tattoo
vivasvān manave dadau
manuś ca loka-bhṛty-arthaḿ
ikṣvākuṇā ca kathito
vyāpya lokān avasthitaḥ
At the beginning of the era named Tretayuga this science is about the relationship with the Almighty delivered to Manu by Vivasvan. Manu, as a human father, taught this science to his son named Maharājā Ikṣvāku, rājā planet earth and the ancestor of the Yadu dynasty. Sri Ramacandra incarnate in the great family of Raghu. "Therefore, Bhagavad-gita has existed in human society since the time of Maharājā Ikṣvāku.
Currently we are just past the five thousand years in Kaliyuga, which runs for 432,000 years. Before the Kaliyuga period there was Dvaparayuga (800,000 years), and previously there was Tretayuga (1,200,000 years). So, approximately 2,000,000 years ago, Manu delivered the Bhagavad-gita to his disciple and son, Maharājā Ikṣvāku, the rājā planet of this earth. The reigning Manu Age is now calculated over 305.3 million years. From that time only 120.4 million years have passed. Given that before Manu was born the Bhagavad-gita was delivered by Krishna to his disciple, the sun god Vivasvan, it is thought that the Bhagavad-gita was devoted to at least 120.4 million years ago; and Bhagavad-gita have been in human society for two million years. The Bhagavad-gita was delivered by Krishna once more to Arjuna some five thousand years ago. Thus the historical estimate of the Bhagavad-gita, according to the Bhagavad-gita itself and according to the statement of Krishna which is said in the Bhagavad-gita. The Bhagavad-gita is conveyed to the sun god Vivasvan, for He is also a knight and he is the father of all his ksatriya descendants of the sun god, or the suryavamsa ksatriya. Bhagavad-gita as good as the Vedas, because it is spoken of by the Personality of God Almighty. Therefore, this knowledge is apauruseya, or beyond human strength. Since the teachings of the Vedas are recognized according to their origin without human interpretation, the Bhagavad-gita must also be acknowledged without worldly interpretation. People who quarrel about worldly things may dream about Bhagavad-gita in their own way but that is not Bhagavad-gita according to the original. Therefore, the Bhagavad-gita must be accepted according to the original, from the college line, and here it is outlined