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Krishna And The Bhagavad-Gita.
Krishna is the eighth avatar of Vishnu and is thought my most Hindus to be the supreme god. In the epic poem Bhagavad-Gita Arjuna, a Hindu prince, is in a great battle against his cousins over the throne. He is accompanied on the battlefield with his charioteer Krishna. As he scans the enemy's lines he notices several of his family and friends are standing there. He realizes that he will have to kill end up killing them to win the battle so he tells Krishna that he will not fight.
Krishna immediately tries to influence Arjuna to continue with the battle. He tells him that he would be viewe…
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