Bhagavad-gītā does not propagate any type of mundane ‘religion’. Bhagavad-gītā describes consciousness and super-consciousness and their connection with each other, as well as the relationship that we have with the world around us, the laws of karma, the nature of the self, life after death. why the living entity suffers in this world and how to break the bondage of birth and death. This point is answered in detail in Bhagavad-gītā Chapter 3 – Karma Yoga (The Yoga of Action) – Verse 14 and Anuvṛtti
Is Bhagavad-gītā a book on religion?
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About the Author: Gaura Gopāla Dāsa
Gaura Gopāla Dāsa Brahmacārī was born in 1987 to Dhīra Lalitā Dāsī and Jagadīśvara Dāsa, both disciples of Śrīla Prabhupāda. He first met his guru, Śrīlā B.G. Narasiṅgha Mahārāja in 1993 and took initiation from him in 1995. He joined his guru’s āśrama full time in 2000, serving in various capacities for over 20 years and recently moved to Vṛndāvana where he is serving at the Rupanuga Bhajan Ashram.