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Bhagavad Gita Online Class 26

The five reasons why God becomes incarnated and a study of the word avatar (incarnation) (chapter 4 verses 7 to 9)

This class covers:


•The five reasons for which God becomes incarnated and the meaning of the word Avatar. 


•How you can tell if someone is an incarnation of God? What are the signs to look out for? 


•The mistaken belief that God becomes incarnated when there is a lot of wrongdoing. 


•If we have nuclear weapons now, why will the next incarnation of God (Lord Kalki) in 12,000 years have a horse and a sword? Albert Einstein explains the reasons why. 


•A study of Lord Kalki under the 12th canto of the Shrimad Bhagavad. 


•A study of the three worlds described in the Gayatri mantra: bhur (the earth), bhuva (space) and svaha (heaven). 


•How anyone can attain God and how God never closes his doors to anyone: the examples of Rishi Valmiki and Devarshi Narada. 


•The story of how Kahlil Gibran gave faith to the worst of all criminals. 


•Why true devotees never ask for liberation. Why Shrimad Adi Shankracharya, Narsihn Mehta and the Saints of Maharastra asked for birth after birth. 


•The first words that came out of Buddha's mouth when He got the Divine Experience. 


•What ShreeKrushna taught Yashoda at the banks of the Yamuna. 


Chapter 4 verses 7 and 8:


Chapter 4 verse 9:



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