Bhagavad Gita - Top 15 Krishna Life Changing Quotes For Inspiration and Success

Updated On: 3-Dec-2022

The Shrimad Bhagavad Gita is one of Hinduism's most sacred texts. According to the Mahabharata, Lord Shri Krishna narrated the message of the Gita to Arjuna in the Kurukshetra war.

This is an Upanishad from the Mahabharata's Bhishmaparva. Monotheism, Karma Yoga, Jnana Yoga, Bhakti Yoga have been discussed very beautifully in the Bhagavad Gita.

Hinduism Basic Must Know Information

Shrimad Bhagwad Gita is currently gaining popularity not only in India but also internationally for its philosophical approach to life rather than religion. The Gita's message of selfless action is appealing to management gurus as well. It is included in the most famous books of all religions in the world.

Publications like Gita Press Gorakhpur, “Bhagavad Gita As It Is” by Iskcon which provide books of religious literature at very low prices, have also contributed a lot to making it accessible to the public by publishing the Shrimad Bhagwad Gita.

Lets checkout the top 15 Quotes of Bhagavad Gita

  • One who has conquered the mind has already attained God, because he has attained peace. For such a person, happiness-sorrow, cold-heat and honor-disgrace are the same.
  • Charity that is given to a needy person without hesitation, considering it a duty, is considered virtuous.
  • According to the Bhagavad Gita, there are three gates to hell: lust, anger, and greed.
  • Hey Arjun! One who eats a lot or eats less, one who sleeps more or less, can never become a yogi.
  • I am situated in the heart of every living being as the Supreme Soul. As soon as one desires to worship a deity, I establish his faith so that he may worship that particular deity.
  • Hey Arjun! Anger creates confusion; delusion confuses the intellect; when the intellect is confused, logic is destroyed; and when logic is destroyed, a person falls.
  • The great man who gives up all the desires of the mind and remains happy in himself is called a pure intellect.
  • Hey Arjun! The man who is not disturbed by happiness or sorrow and has equanimity in both is definitely eligible for liberation.
  • Just as a man discards old clothes and dons new ones, similarly, the soul discards old and useless bodies and dons a new physical body.
  • The man who sees inaction in action and action in inaction is the wisest of all men and remains in the divine state even while engaged in all kinds of actions.
  • One who neither longs for the fruits of action, nor hates the results of action, is known as a sanyasi, or monk.
  • A man can become whatever he wants if he constantly meditates on the desired thing with faith.
  • Whatever happened for good, whatever is happening for good, whatever will happen will also happen for good.
  • For one who has conquered the mind, the mind is the best friend, but for one who has not been able to do so, the mind will remain the worst enemy.
  • The one who considers the happiness and sorrow of all beings as his own and sees everyone equally is the best yogi.