The Bhavagad Gita, for instance, is Krishna’s argument about why Arjuna needs to go into war with, and potentially kill, his own cousins
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If this part is all that you made out of Gita then the context (The Mahabharata) must have to be taken into account. One must know/read The Mahabharata to understand this part, without which it is interpreted as cousin-killing! It is utterly irresponsible to write such a thing about a profound philosophical book on your part. Suggestion: read “Universal Message of Bhagwad Gita” by Swami Ranganathananda, the 13th President of Belur Math.

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