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C O R R U P T I O N  S H R I N I W A S  K A S H A L I K A R
 

C O R R U P T I O N S H R I N I W A S K A S H A L I K A R

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    • STUDY OF GITA Dr. Shriniwas Kashalikar
    • NOVEMBER 27, 2009, 3:45 PM Some people commented that Arjuna was actually right in renouncing the war as he stated at the end of the 1st chapter itself, that he was ready to die without offering any resistance rather than participating in the war for the sake of winning the kingdom! Apparently I was also in two minds when I read this comment. But in the course of time I realized that Arjuna was kind and loving but getting derailed from his duty towards himself and the society. I also realized that those justified and upheld the view point of Arjuna were themselves in the dilemma of identifying the enemy and fighting it! In my experience, when you are not sure about the identity of the enemy; you are not convinced about fighting! In short Arjuna had not identified his true self and hence he had not identified the true enemy and hence was reluctant to enter and participate in the war! With the practice of NAMASMARAN; the nature of the enemy becomes clear and you begin to enjoy participating in the war with enemy inside and outside as a matter of privilege of SWADHARMA! In 18th chapter there is reference to not getting TYAGA PHALA by RAJASA TYAGA!
    • How can we reconcile the idea of KARMAPHALATYAGA and getting TYAGA PHALA? The answer is; here the Lord refers to the fruit or PHALA which liberates us from all kinds of expectations! Hence this TYAGA PHALA is quite different or in fact quite opposite of KARMAPHALA which leads to bondage!