Bhagavad Gita – Chapter 1

Chapter 1: Lamenting the Consequence of War

Dhuriyodhana explains to Dhronar about the members of both armies. He also claims that their own army appears huge when compared to that of their foes. And, they all get prepared to fight by blowing their trumpets triumphantly. Arjuna, on the other hand, requests Krishna to drive his chariot in front of his foes to get a proper view of whom they are fighting with. And, Krishna does what he was requested. On seeing their foes, Arjuna gets filled with remorse mentioning that all their foes are actually his relatives. He prefers being killed by them rather than living with their blood stains. He explains that there is no point of living after killing all his relatives and he drops his bow.

This is the summary of the first Chapter of Bhagavad Gita.

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