Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 15

Dinesh Gopalakrishnan
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The living entities in this conditioned world are My eternal fragmental parts. Due to conditioned life, they are struggling very hard with the six senses, which include the mind.

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Question 1

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In the beginning of chapter 15, Lord Krishna speaks of an imperishable banyan tree that has roots going downwards which are bound to the fruitive actions of human society. What is one supposed to do with this strong rooted tree ?
Answer
  • Nourish it with deep love and care
  • Study it thoroughly till the end of life
  • Cut it down with the weapon of detachment without wasting time
  • Wait for it to wither on its own

Question 2

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Who among the following is an eligible candidate to attain to the eternal kingdom of Krishna(God) ?
Answer
  • One who is a fanatic follower of rituals
  • One who is done with material lust
  • One who can repeat the verses of holy scriptures perfectly
  • One who is good at performing mystic acts to bewilder the common mass

Question 3

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What happens to those who enter Krishna's Supreme abode (or Kingdom of God)?
Answer
  • They return to give proof of the existence of such a Kingdom
  • They never return back to this mortal material world
  • They lose their identity as individuals and merge into the spiritual sky
  • Who cares !!

Question 4

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What is the original constitutional position of the living entities of this material world?
Answer
  • They are their own bosses and hence are fully independent to do whatever they like
  • They are spiritual sparks without any actual existence and hence vaporize at death
  • They are eternal fragmental parts of Krishna
  • They are servants of their favorite God.

Question 5

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The foolish cannot understand how a living entity can quit his body, nor can they understand what sort of body he enjoys under the spell of the modes of nature. But one whose eyes are trained in knowledge can see all this.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 6

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The planets in the space stay in their orbits under what conditions?
Answer
  • By the energy of Krishna, as He enters each one of them.
  • By the Pseudo-force caused by the rotation of planets
  • By unknown universal force exercised by two bodies
  • By the impeccable theories of great scientists

Question 7

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Who is responsible for the various degrees of remembrance, forgetfulness and knowledge in different species of life?
Answer
  • Their own instincts
  • Automated Nature
  • Krishna, who is seated as Supersoul(paramatma) within the heart of every living entity.
  • It is a mysterious subject matter and hence cannot be concluded

Question 8

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If living entities are either fallible or infallible , how is Krishna different from other living entities?
Answer
  • He is transcendental, beyond both the fallible and the infallible
  • No difference, one day we all will become Krishna
  • He can perform magic tricks
  • He can fulfill your desires through mystic power

Question 9

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Who is to be considered the most intelligent and the knower of everything?
Answer
  • One who can manufacture theories to understand the material manifestation
  • One who knows Krishna as the Supreme Personality of Godhead
  • One who can build space crafts to venture into the vast sky
  • One who has amassed various degrees of material education

Question 10

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By all the Vedas, [blank_start]KRISHNA[blank_end] is to be known.
Answer
  • KRISHNA
  • HUMANITY
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