Hindu devotees and seekers believe the knowledge of Shrimad Bhagavad Gita is spoken by Lord Shri Krishna who is Lord Vishnu Ji’s incarnation. To whichever Shri Krishna Ji’s devotee if the question is asked; Who delivered the knowledge of Shrimad Bhagavad Gita? Immediately they reply ‘Shri Krishna Ji told. There is no second opinion’. It is only great Saint Rampal Ji Maharaj who has untangled the hidden spiritual facts from all holy scriptures and revealed the truth that the knowledge of holy Shrimad Bhagavad Gita is not spoken by Lord Shri Krishna instead this has been delivered by the father of Shri Vishnu Ji known as Jyoti Niranjan ie. Brahm-Kaal.
This will be proved with evidence ahead. Let us proceed.
Pious Souls! The spiritual knowledge is so entangled that it is becoming very difficult to untangle. Lord Shri Krishna’s devotees and the fake spiritual teachers by quoting Shri Krishna to be the protagonist of infinite universes are confusing the entire devotee society. The Hindu religion’s Brahmans, teachers, sages, great sages were all ignorant and the irony is they were called the religious teachers. They were not familiar with their syllabus. The teacher who is not familiar with his syllabus which is written in the books of its curriculum; that teacher is useless. That teacher is not correct. He is the destroyer of the students. He is spoiling their life. Exact similar conduct till now had been of our Hindu religious teachers.
To Shri Krishan Ji those who tell to be Omniscient, Omnipotent, supreme divine, the ultimate divine element, the world teacher etc., it seems they have not read their holy scriptures, they are telling folklore and legends but not the actual knowledge.
Almighty God KavirDev Ji in his nectar speech says ‘Shat dal uaa baai bakda’, they all talk nonsense. They do not have correct spiritual knowledge and are confusing the entire devotee society. Whereas evidence provided in holy scriptures tell that Shri Krishna Ji regarding the delivery of Holy Gita Ji’s knowledge himself admits to Arjun that, ‘I do not know what did I speak at that time?’
Through this write-up, we will analyze who delivered the knowledge of Bhagavad Gita?. Was it Lord Shri Krishna or someone else?. To begin with, let us study the piece of evidence from Mahabharata which proves that Shri Krishan Ji himself admits that he did not speak the knowledge of Holy Shrimad Bhagavad Gita.
Acceptance by shri Krishna Ji Regarding Holy Gita Ji’s Knowledge
Excerpts from Concise Mahabharat part 2 page 667 and page 1531 of an old book, published from Gita Press, Gorakhpur. The writer is Ved Vyas Ji, Editor and translator is Jaidayal Goenka, modifier is Gita Press, Gorakhpur.
(Mahabharata Aashrv 1612-13)
‘Na shakyaM tanmya bhooyasttha vaktumsheshatH
ParM hi Brahm kathitM yogyukten tanmya’|
God shri Krishan to Arjun said - 'Repeating all that again in that very form is not possible for me now. At that time, I had explained the ParmatamTatv (reality about God) by being connected with God (yog-yukt).'
Let us study the conversation mentioned in Mahabharata
Janmajay asked- ‘Brahman! After the destruction of the enemy when the generous shri Krishna and Arjun in the royal court were discussing; at that time what conversation happened between them?’.
Vaishampayan Ji says- ‘King! shri Krishan along with Arjun when acquired the complete possession of his kingdom than in the divine court in the palace they started residing with pleasure. One day surrounded by the Kinsmen both the friends voluntarily wandering reached that part of the Pavilion which was beautiful like heaven’.
Pandunandan Arjun was very happy in the company of Shri Krishna. He once glanced at that captivating assembly and said these words to God - 'Devkinandan! At the time of war, I became conscious of your magnificence and witnessed the sight of your Godly form; however, Keshav! The knowledge, which you had affectionately imparted to me earlier, I have forgotten all that now because of mental aberration. An eager desire continually arises in my heart to hear those subjects. Here, you are soon going to leave for Dwarika. Hence, please narrate all those subjects again to me.
Vaishampayan Ji says - On Arjun's saying this, the greatest of the orators, highly glorious God Shri Krishna embraced him and answered this.
Shri Krishna said - Arjun! At that time, I had made you hear the most secretive subject and had introduced my swaroop bhoot Dharma Sanatan PurushottamTatv (the immemorial religion and the reality of myself and the Supreme God form) and (exhibiting dark-bright state) had also described the eternal loks/worlds. But the fact that you have not remembered that updesh (spiritual instruction) because of your foolishness, I feel very sorry to learn this. It does not seem possible to recall all those things fully now. Pandunandan! You are certainly very devotionless. Your memory does not seem to be efficient. Now, it is difficult for me to repeat that updesh in its entirety, because at that time, I had explained the ParmatamTatv (the reality about God) by being connected with God (yogyukt).
Please think: - shri Krishan Ji is scolding Arjun, he is threatening that you are devotionless, your memory does not seem to be efficient, why did you not remember Gita Ji’s knowledge and is himself saying, now to me to completely remember all that is not possible.
With this, it is proved that shri Krishan Ji does not know the ABC of Gita Ji means what knowledge had he spoken at the time of Mahabharata war?. It has been proved from the above-mentioned excerpts of Mahabharat that Shri Krishna Ji did not narrate the knowledge of Shrimad Bhagavad Gita?
Then the question arises if not shri Krishan Ji then who delivered the knowledge of shrimad Bhagavad Gita?. Moving ahead in this description the detailed analysis will be done in every aspect. The highlights of the write-up would be as follows:-
- When was the knowledge of Holy Shrimad bhagavad Gita Ji delivered?
- Role of Shri Krishna Ji in Mahabharata
- Exhibition of ‘Viraat’ form by shri Krishan Ji
- Who is Brahm-Kaal?
- Exhibition of ‘Viraat’ form by Brahm-Kaal
- Difference in Virat form of shri Krishan Ji and Brahm-Kaal
- Lord shri Krishna was a Kshatriya?
- Brahm-Kaal’s Pledge to Remain Unmanifested/Invisible
- Brahm-Kaal’s deeds are Superhuman/Divine
- Curse by Sage Durvasa and the Fall of Yadav Community
- Death of Lord shri Krishna
- Who delivered the knowledge of shrimad Bhagavad Gita?
Let us proceed and find out through shreds of evidence what is the reality? First, let us know When was the knowledge of Holy Shrimad bhagavad Gita Ji delivered?
When was the Knowledge of Holy Shrimad Bhagavad Gita Ji Delivered?
The knowledge of Holy Shrimad bhagavad Gita Ji was delivered at that time when the battle of Mahabharat was about to happen. Devotees who read Mahabharata and Holy Gita; know well that Arjun seeing the army on both sides where his near and dear ones were standing had refused to fight? We will explain the reason.
Why did Arjun Refuse to Fight the Battle of Mahabharata?
Then the battle’s clarion blew. Face-to-face the army was standing. At that time in Arjun’s mind a righteously feeling aroused that for whom to fight? To the ones standing in front, by killing our uncles, brothers, will we rule? Like us no one is low. He was guilty at heart. He did not want war. Arjun had refused to fight. Why was the battle taking place? This battle cannot even be given the title of a religious battle (crusade) because it was a matter of division of wealth between two families. This was the reason for the Mahabharata war. The division of property of Kauravs and Pandavs was not happening. Kauravs had even refused to give half of the kingdom to the Pandavs.
Moving ahead we will know the role of Shri Krishan Ji in Mahabharata.
Role of Shri Krishna Ji in Mahabharata
God Shri Krishna Ji went three times as a peace-messenger to intervene between the two sides. But both the sides were unrelentingly adamant. Shri Krishna Ji also warned them of the catastrophic aftermath of the war: many sisters will become widows and how many children will be orphaned. You will not gain anything, but heinous sin. No one knows who will die and who will live in the battle?
When the third time Shri Krishna Ji went for negotiation, both the sides showed the list of all the king's along with their armies on their sides and said that these many kings are in our favour and these in ours. When Shri Krishna Ji saw that both the sides are rigid and ready for the war, then Shri Krishna Ji thought that there is one more trick; let me use that too today. Shri Krishna Ji thought that may be Pandavs, because of being my relatives, are being adamant thinking that Shri Krishna Ji is with us; we will certainly be victorious (because Shri Krishna Ji's sister Subhadra was married to Shri Arjun Ji).
Shri Krishna Ji said that on one side, there will be my entire army and on the other side, I. Besides this, I also pledge that I will not take up any arms. On hearing this announcement, the ground slipped from under Pandavs' feet. They felt that now our defeat is certain. Considering this, the five Pandavs went out of the assembly saying that let us think about it. After some time, they requested Shri Krishna Ji to come out of the assembly. When Shri Krishna Ji came out, the Pandavs said, "Oh Lord! Get us five villages; we don't want war. Our self-esteem will also be maintained and as per your wish, the war will also be averted."
Shri Krishna Ji was very pleased with this decision of Pandavas and thought that bad time has been obviated. Shri Krishna Ji returned to the assembly. There were only Kauravs and their allies left in the assembly. Shri Krishna Ji said, "Duryodhan, the war has been averted. It was also my heartfelt desire. You may give five villages to Pandavs. They are saying that they do not want a war."
The below-mentioned description will further throw light on the fact that shri Krishna Ji did not know anything about the knowledge of Shrimad bhagavad Gita.
The following will be discussed.
- Refusal to accept by Duryodhan that war has been averted
- What is the 'Viraat' form?
- Who is Lord shri Krishna?
- Was shri Krishan Ji the incarnation of Hindu God shri Vishnu Ji?
Refusal to Accept by Duryodhan that War has been Averted
Duryodhan said, "For Pandavas, there is not even land equivalent to a needle's tip. If they want it, they may come to the field of Kurukshetra for a battle." Shri Krishna becoming annoyed on this, said, "Duryodhan, you are not a human being, but a devil. On the one hand, is the half kingdom, and on the other, just five villages. Follow my advice, give five villages." Duryodhan became agitated with Shri Krishna and ordered other warriors present in the assembly to arrest Shri Krishna and imprison him.
After getting the order from Duryodan the warriors surrounded Shri Krishna Ji from all sides. Shri Krishna Ji showed his 'Viraat' (huge) form; as a result of which, all the warriors and Kauravs hid under the chairs in fear, and their eyes were shut by the strong light of Shri Krishna's body. Shri Krishna Ji later left from there.
Aforesaid, mentioned about the ‘Viraat roop’ (huge form) which shri Krishan Ji revealed in the assembly of Kauravas. Here, the readers would be curious to know what is ‘Viraat’ form? Also, they would want to know more about Lord shri Krishna and was shri Krishan Ji the incarnation of Hindu God shri Vishnu Ji?.
Let us try to find the answer of both, ahead.
What is 'Viraat' Form?
If, during daytime or in a moonlit night, when your body's shadow is small, nearly the size of your body or slightly bigger, you gaze at the area of the chest of that shadow for two minutes, even if your eyes water, and then look at the sky ahead; you will see your own 'Viraat' form which will be white in colour and touching the sky. Likewise, every human being has his 'Viraat' form. But those, whose power of bhakti (worship) is more, their light becomes equally stronger.
Before we proceed let us first know in brief about Who is Lord shri Krishna?.
Who is Lord shri Krishna?
shri Krishan Ji (Vishnu Ji) is a Satogun God in one universe amongst twenty-one universes of Brahm-Kaal. Consider Lord Krishna to be the minister of one department ie. Satogun department. His parallel power shri Brahma Ji holds the Rajogun department and shri Shiv Ji holds the Tamogun department. These three are ministers of the one-one departments each in three regions the Earth, the Nether world and Heaven.
Shri Krishna Ji has a pleasant personality; by just a sight of him, human beings and animals (cow, etc) used to come to Shri Krishna Ji and obtain love. Without his audience, Gopis used to leave eating and drinking. He was a peace-loving great man.
So, was shri Krishan Ji the Incarnation of Hindu God shri Vishnu Ji?.
Let us study what shreds of evidence tell.
Was shri Krishan Ji the Incarnation of Hindu God shri Vishnu Ji?
Ref: Sachitra shri Bhagawat Sudha Sagar by God Ved Vyas Ji printed and published from Gita Press Gorakhpur, its twelve parts with simple Hindi interpretation including verses, Shukra Sagar Tenth wing, chapter 3 on page no.549.
Devotees of shri Krishna Ji believe he is shri Vishnu Ji’s incarnation. The same is proven. Let us study.
‘At the time when God’s occasion of birth arrived; in Elysium, the music of the deities started playing on its own. At that time seated in the hearts of everyone; God Vishnu; from Devki‘s womb appeared as if in the eastern direction the moon full of the sixteen arts was rising’.
This proves shri Krishan Ji was himself shri Vishnu Ji means shri Vishnu Ji appeared in shri Krishan form.
After gaining knowledge about Lord shri Krishna it becomes imperative to understand what was the reason for the Exhibition of ‘Viraat’ form by Shri Krishan Ji means why did shri Krishan Ji reveal his ‘Virat’ form?.
Exhibition of ‘Viraat’ Form by Shri Krishan Ji
Ref: Concise Mahabharat first part. Editor is Jaidayal Goenka, publisher and modifier is Gita Press, Gorakhpur. Page 543 - 545
Duryodhan’s conspiracy, and God’s vision of visions (means showing hugeously form) and departure from Kauravas assembly
God Shri Krishna Ji did not want the war to happen and went three times as a peace-messenger to intervene between the two sides. But his efforts went in vain. In Mahabharata, there is evidence that shri Krishan Ji in the assembly of Kauravas showed his huge form.
Let us study.
Vidur Ji said, ‘Duryodhan! You listen to me. The idea to imprison shri Krishan; even Narkasur also did; but along with all demons, he could not do that. Then how can you on your force-on-capabilities gain courage to seize him?’
At the end of Vidur Ji’s statement, God shri Krishan Ji said ‘Duryodhan! Due to ignorance if you understand that I am alone and forcefully you want to capture me; then remember, all Pandavas and Vrishni and Andhak, Septal Yadavs are these only. Not only Aditya but also Rudra, Vasu and the clan of all great sages are present here’.
Saying this the oppressor of the antagonist shri Krishan loudly laughed. Then immediately from his whole body radiant like the thunderbolt in thumb size, all deities started appearing. On his forehead was Brahma, in the breast part appeared Rudra, in the arms appeared Lokpal and in the mouth was the appearance of the fire God. Aditya, Sadhya, Vasu, Ashwani Kumar, etc. All these from his body seems integral. Seeing shri Krishna’s this frightful form all emperors closed their eyes.
Aforesaid proves the exhibition of ‘Viraat’ form by shri Krishan Ji in the assembly of Kauravas; as a result of which, all the warriors and Kauravs hid under the chairs in fear, and their eyes were shut by the strong light of Shri Krishna's body. Only Dronacharya and Bhishma, Vidur, Sanjay and sages could have his appearance because God provided them the divine’s sight.
Let us proceed.
In Gita Chapter 11 Verse 32, God narrating the Holy Gita has said, "Arjun, I am an enlarged Kaal. I have appeared now to eat all the loks."
Similar evidence is in Gita Chapter 11 Verse 47,
Note: Shri Krishna Ji was already with Arjun on the battlefield. If Shri Krishna Ji had been delivering the knowledge of Holy Gita Ji, then he would not have said that I have appeared now. Then, who is this God? who like a ghost entered into shri Krishan Ji’s body; showed his huge form and gave the knowledge of Gita Ji; seeing whom the warrior-like Arjun also trembled with fear and accepted war with the thought that if he will not fight the battle and again if this divine will show his huge form then I will have a heart attack. Therefore, accepting the wish of that God he accepted for war.
After getting the flair of the role of shri Krishna in Mahabharata and exhibition of ‘Viraat’ form by shri Krishan Ji further this write-up will throw light on who is this God Kaal who is narrating the knowledge of Holy Gita Ji and telling to Arjun that ‘I am an enlarged Kaal’.
Who is Brahm-Kaal?
Let us understand this with an example. Like some ghost enters into someone’s body then that ghost speaks. After the ghost leaves that body and the existent soul is questioned; what did you speak? Then he denies that ‘I do not know what had I spoken’, then others only tell him/her that you had spoken like this because earlier it was some other villainous power; some ghost who was speaking?
Similarly, like this, entering as the ghost in shri Krishan Ji, some villainous power gave pious Gita Ji’s knowledge to Arjun during the war of Mahabharata. Who is he?
Well! He is Jyoti Niranjan - Brahm Kaal. He is the devil/Satan/Shaitan. He is this another villainous power who gave the knowledge of Holy Shrimad bhagavad Gita?
Let us provide an overview of the exhibition of ‘Viraat’ form by this Brahm-Kaal
Exhibition of 'Viraat' Form by Brahm-Kaal
In Gita Ji chapter 11 verse 32 Brahm-Kaal introduces himself saying ‘I am an enlarged Kaal’
In Gita Ji chapter 10 verse 2 he says ‘about my creation, neither these deities know nor these sages are familiar and not even these perfectionists’.
In Gita Ji chapter 11 verse 47 the giver of the knowledge of Gita tells Arjun ‘Being pleased with you this resplendent (Divine) form of mine (gigantic form) I gave you the vision, is my actual Kaal form. No one has ever seen this’.
Note: Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh falls in the category of deities. Kaal says they all have originated from me only; means when Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva have originated; this means there is the origin of this Brahm-Kaal as well. (evidence in Rigved Mandal No.10-Sukt 90-Mantra 5, Atharvaveda Kaand no. 4-Anuvaak no.1-Mantra no.3 and 5, Gita chapter 15 verse 16-17). This proves that the giver of the knowledge of Gita is Brahm-Kshar Purush. He has birthed. He is created but the father’s birth; the son, the child, the daughter cannot know. The grandfather can tell. His father can tell even his date of birth. The grandfather of all means the supreme power, our creator Param Akshar Brahm Kavir Dev Ji has told the creation of all these. This Kaal’s creation also he has told. In Sacchidanandghan Brahm’s speech ie. in the nectar speech in Kabir Sagar Almighty KavirDev in the creation of the universe has provided in detail the complete information about Jyoti Niranjan / Kshar Purush / Brahm-Kaal.
Brahm-Kaal is the owner of twenty-one universes. He has one-thousand arms (Rigveda Mandal no. 10 Sukt 90 Mantra no.1). He is the father of Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh. Goddess Durga is his wife. She is the mother of Brahma, Vishnu, Mahesh. (evidence in Durga Puran, Shiv Puran, Markandeya Puran, Kabir Sagar, Shrimad bhagavad Gita chapter 14 verse 3 & 4)
In chapter 2 verse 12 to his own self Brahm-Kaal says ‘he is mortal’. In Gita Chapter 4 Verse 5 and 9 he has made clear that Arjun, 'You and I have had several births, you do not know I know. My births and deeds are superhuman/divine’.
Till now we have studied and analyzed the role of Shri Krishan Ji in Mahabharata and have understood that another villainous power who has narrated the knowledge of Holy Shrimad bhagavad Gita Ji is other than shri Krishna Ji. He is Jyot-Swaroopi Niranjan ie. Brahm-Kaal. This has been well explained in the above context going on’ when was the knowledge of Holy Shrimad Bhagavad Gita Ji delivered?.
Let us make certain analysis based on the above information.
Let us ponder: - The evidence of the exhibition of the above-mentioned 'Viraat' form is available in 'Sankshipt Mahabharat', published from Gita Press Gorakhpur. While delivering the knowledge of Gita Ji in the field of Kurukshetra, in Adhyay 11 Shlok 32, the God narrating the Holy Gita has said, "Arjun, I am an enlarged Kaal. I have appeared now to eat all the loks." Just think that Shri Krishna Ji was already with Shri Arjun Ji. If Shri Krishna Ji had been delivering the knowledge of Holy Gita Ji, then he would not have said that I have appeared now. Shri Krishna Ji was not Kaal.
Pleased by just the sight of Lord shri Krishna, human beings and animals (cow, etc) used to come to Shri Krishna Ji and obtain love. Without his audience, Gopis used to leave eating and drinking. Therefore, Brahm-Kaal is some other power. He, by entering into Shri Krishna Ji's body like a ghost, narrated the gist of the four Holy Vedas in the form of the knowledge of Shrimad Bhagwat Gita Ji. Kaal (Brahm) has one thousand arms.
Shri Krishna Ji was an incarnation of Shri Vishnu Ji, who has four arms. Then in chapter 11 verse 21 and 46 Arjun is saying, "Oh Lord! You are even eating the sages, gods, and Siddhas (endowed with supernatural powers), who are praising you only by reciting mantras from the Holy Vedas and are praying for the protection of their lives. Some are hanging in your jaws and some are going into your mouth. ‘Oh, Sahastrabahu’ i.e. God with thousand arms! You please come in that same chaturbhuj (with four arms) form of yours. I am unable to stay composed after seeing your dreadful appearance."
In Gita Chapter 11 Verse 47, Kaal, the God narrating Holy Gita Ji, is saying, "Oh Arjun! This is my real 'Kaal' appearance, which nobody has seen before you."
Shrimad Bhagavad Gita Chapter 4 Verse 1 till 3
‘Shri bhagavan uvacha
Imam vivasvate yogam proktavan aham avyayam
Vivasvan manave praha manur ikṣhvakave ’bravit’
God narrating the knowledge of Gita Ji ie. Brahm-Kaal says ‘I had narrated this eternal yog meaning the spiritual knowledge of this pious Gita to the Sun-God. The Sun-God taught this to his son Manu and Manu instructed this to his son Ikshvaku. In this way, this tradition went for some time. At present, this superior knowledge for a long time has been almost lost. You are my dear friend. Therefore, the same knowledge I have given to you. This has to be kept secret.’
Please think: Why is knowledge said to be kept a secret? This is because Kaals’ deeds are supernatural. He performs his activities secretly with the thought that no creature should be able to understand his foul intentions. He remains unmanifested/invisible and deceives innocent souls so that no one understands his evil trap.
In Gita chapter 4 verse 4 Arjun asks ‘Your life is now but the birth of Sun God had been from long ago. How can this be possible that you only had given this knowledge in the beginning of the creation of this universe to the Sun God?.
This proves that shri Krishan Ji did not give the knowledge of Gita rather Brahm-Kaal spoke. He gave the same knowledge to Arjun which he gave to Sun God in the beginning whereas shri Krishan Ji was born quite later in Dwaparyug.
Points to Ponder
One, This has been proved from the aforesaid explanation that in Kaurav's assembly, Shri Krishna Ji had shown the 'Viraat' (huge) form and here in the battlefield, Kaal (by entering into Shri Krishna Ji's body like a ghost) had shown his 'Viraat' form. Otherwise, he would not have said that nobody has seen this 'Viraat' form before, except you, because Shri Krishna Ji had already shown his 'Viraat' form in Kaurav's assembly.
Secondly, this has been proved that the narrator of Holy Gita Ji is Kaal (Brahm / Jyoti Niranjan), and not Shri Krishna Ji because Shri Krishna never said before that I am Kaal and never said afterward that I am Kaal. Shri Krishna Ji cannot be Kaal; men and women from far-off places used to long for a sight of his.
Third, this has been proved that God, who is the narrator of Holy Gita Ji, is ‘sahastrabahu; i.e. he possesses a thousand arms, whereas Shri Krishna Ji is an incarnation of Shri Vishnu Ji who has four arms. Shri Vishnu Ji possesses 16 kalaas (skills/art); whereas, Shri Jyoti Niranjan/ Kaal God, is equipped with a thousand kalaas.
Fourth, with the description that earlier this spiritual knowledge had been given to the Sun God proves that the narrator of Gita is not shri Krishna but Brahm-Kaal.
Difference in Virat Form of Shri Krishan Ji & Brahm-Kaal
Shri Krishna Ji was also equipped with supernatural powers because of the power of previous bhakti. He also displayed his 'Viraat' form by his supernatural power, which was less effulgent than the effulgent body (Viraat) of Kaal.
For instance, one bulb is 60 watts, one bulb 100 watts, and another bulb is 1000 watts. Every bulb has a light, but there is a lot of difference. Similarly, the powers of both the gods and the brightness of their 'Viraat' forms were different.
Note: Before, acquiring this Tatvagyan (true spiritual knowledge), this Das (Rampal Das) used to question the Mahatma Ji who used to explain the knowledge of Gita Ji, that previously Shri Krishna Ji had gone three times as a peace-messenger and had said that it is a heinous sin to fight, but when Shri Arjun Ji himself while refusing to fight, said, "Oh Devkinandan, I do not want to fight. Foreseeing the destruction of the near and dear ones, relatives and of soldiers standing in front of me, I have firmly decided that even if I get the kingdom of the three loks (worlds), I will not fight. Rather I wish that Duryodhan and others may kill, the unarmed me, with arrows, so that my death can prevent the destruction resulting from the war. Oh, Shri Krishna! I consider subsisting by eating begged food, better than fighting. Oh Krishna! By killing near and dear ones, we will only incur sin. My mind has stopped working. You are our Guru; I am your disciple. Suggest me whatever is in our favour. But I do not believe that any suggestion of yours will be able to persuade me to fight. In other words, I will not fight."
(Evidence- Holy Gita Ji Chapter 1 Verse 31 to 39 & 46, in Chapter 2 Verse 5 to 8.)
Then Kaal, entered in Shri Krishna Ji's body, is repeatedly saying, "Arjun, don't be a coward; fight! Either you will die in war and go to heaven, or will win the war and rule the Earth." By saying all this, Kaal (Brahm) caused terrible destruction.
To date, no saint - mahatma or a civilized person can be found with such a bad character.
Then those foolish gurus (quack) used to say that Arjun was relinquishing the moral duty of a Kshatriya (Member of a royal /warrior Hindu caste). This would have caused damage to Kshatriyatv (status of a Kshatriya) and destruction of bravery forever. Shri Krishna Ji had caused this battle of Mahabharat to make Arjun fulfill Kshatriya Dharma (religious and social obligation of a Kshatriya).
Well! Earlier, I used to remain silent after listening to this foolish story of theirs, because I was ignorant. Now, I know that Lord shri Krishna Ji was a Kshatriya. Let us study evidence and analyze this.
Was Lord Shri Krishna a Kshatriya?
Undoubtedly, Lord shri Krishna was a Kshatriya. The focus of discussion will be on the following:-
- Kalyavan attacked Mathura
- Shri Krishna instructed Shri Vishwakarma to construct Dwarika?
- Misbehaviour by Shri Bhrigu to Lord Vishnu
Please ponder again: - God Shri Krishna Ji was himself a Kshatriya. After the assassination of Kans, Shri Agrasen Ji had handed over the reins of Mathura to his grandson Shri Krishna Ji. One day, Narad Ji told Shri Krishna Ji that a demon king 'Muchkand', who possesses supernatural powers, is sleeping in a nearby cave. He sleeps for six months and remains awake for the next six months. While awake, he keeps fighting for six months and during the six months, when he is asleep, if anyone disturbs his sleep, then his eyes emit fire arrows and the person in front of him dies immediately. You beware! After saying this, Narad Ji left.
Let us study an episode where Kalyavan attacked Mathura and was killed by Muchkand.
Kalyavan Attacked Mathura
After some time, on seeing Shri Krishna sitting on the throne of Mathura at such a small age, a king named Kalyavan attacked Mathura with his army of eighteen crore soldiers. Shri Krishna Ji saw that his enemy has a very large army and thought that God knows how many soldiers will lose their lives; why not get Kalyavan killed by Muchkand. On planning this, God Shri Krishna Ji challenged Kalyavan for a fight and leaving the battle, ran away (forgetting Kshatriya Dharma and considering it essential to avert the destruction).
He entered into the cave in which Muchkand was sleeping. Putting his pitambar (yellow cloth) over Muchkand's body, Shri Krishna Ji went deeper into the cave and hid there. Following him, Kalyavan also entered the cave. Considering Muchkand to be Shri Krishna, Kalyavan held Muchkand's foot and twisted it, and said, "Coward, I won't leave you hiding here." Muchkand's sleep got disturbed because of pain, fire arrows came out of his eyes and Kalyavan got killed. Kalyavan's minister and soldiers took the body of their king and returned because, in a war, the death of the king was considered the defeat of the army. While leaving, they said, "We will appoint a new king and soon return, and Shri Krishna, we won't leave you."
shri Krishna Ji later decided to shift to Dwarika because of the security measures of the people of his community and took the help of shri Vishwakarma Ji. Hence, he instructed him to build ‘Dwarika’.
Shri Krishna Instructed Shri Vishwakarma to Construct Dwarika?
Shri Krishna Ji called his Chief Engineer, Shri Vishwakarma Ji, and said, "Find a place, which is surrounded by sea on its three sides and has only one way (gate). Construct a Dwarika (having one gate) city there as soon as possible. We will soon depart from here. These foolish people will not let us live here in peace."
Note: Shri Krishna Ji was such a noble soul and anti-war that he averted battle on the cost of his Kshatriyatv. Can the same Shri Krishna Ji then give a bit of evil advice to fight to his dear friend and relative? Never.
Misbehavior by Shri Bhrigu to Lord Vishnu
Shri Vishnu Ji himself had incarnated in the form of Shri Krishna Ji. Once, Shri Bhrigu Rishi (sage) kicked in the chest of God Vishnu Ji (Shri Krishna Ji) who was sitting comfortably. Shri Vishnu Ji caressed Shri Bhrigu Rishi Ji's foot and said, "Oh Rishiwar! I hope your soft foot did not get hurt because my chest is like a hard rock." Had Shri Vishnu Ji (Shri Krishna Ji) been a war-lover, he would have cut Shri Bhrigu Rishi Ji into infinite pieces with his Sudarshan Chakra (Name of a circular weapon).
Aforesaid, proves that Jyoti Niranjan by entering like a ghost into Shri Krishna Ji's body had got all these evil deeds done.
Brahm-Kaal Pledge to Remain Unmanifested / Invisible
(Ref: Shrimad bhagavad Gita chapter 7 verse 24 & 24, chapter 9 verse 11)
Here, we will understand that this Villainous Power ie. Brahm-Kaal remains unmanifested/invisible and he has caused turmoil in Mahabharata.
The reality is that God Kaal, who is the master of twenty-one brahmands, has pledged that he will not appear before anyone in his manifested bodily form (in his actual human-like visible form). He only by assuming an immaterial body entering into Shri Krishna Ji's body like a ghost gave the knowledge of Gita (the essence of Vedas) correctly but left no shortcomings in making conjectures to cause the war.
How did this Villainous Power- Brahm-Kaal caused Turmoil in Mahabharata? Let us study.
The Villainous Power- Brahm-Kaal caused Turmoil in Mahabharata
Until the battle of Mahabharat ended, Jyoti Niranjan (Kaal / Brahm / Kshar Purush) remained in the body of Shri Krishna Ji, and made Yudhishthir lie, that say that Ashwatthama has died; he got Bheem's grandson and Ghatotkachh's son Shri Barbreek alias Babru Bhan's head cut off and himself lifted the wheel of the chariot as a weapon. All this turmoil was caused by Kaal only, and not by God Shri Krishna Ji. As soon as the battle of Mahabharat ended, Kaal came out of Shri Krishna Ji's body.
Let us proceed.
In Gita Chapter 4 Verse 5 and 9 Kaal tells Arjun, ‘My births and deeds are superhuman / divine’.
Moving ahead we will analyze certain facts from Vishnu Purana to understand How are Brahm-Kaal’s Births and Deeds Supernatural?. Let us proceed.
Brahm-Kaal’s Deeds are Superhuman / Divine
- Shri Vishnu Puran (published from Gita Press Gorakhpur) Part- 4, Second Adhyay, Shlok 26 on page 233 - Vishnu Ji (Mahavishnu i.e. Kaal-form Brahm), at the time of the fight between the demi-gods and the demons, accepting the request of the demi-gods said, "I, by entering into the body of royal sage Shashaad's son Puranjay for some time, will destroy the demons."
- Shri Vishnu Puran (published from Gita Press Gorakhpur) Part- 4, Third Adhyay, Shlok 6 on page 242, Shri Vishnu Ji, while taking the side of Nagas in the fight between Gandharvas and Nagas, said, "I (Mahavishnu i.e. Kaal-form Brahm) by entering into the body of Mandhata's son Purukuts, will destroy all of those evil Gandharvas."
Note: The deities worshipped Lord Vishnu but Brahm-Kaal acquiring Vishnu’s form appeared and told; he, while entering into Puranjay and Purukuts body will destroy demons. He says my deeds are miraculous.
In Gita chapter no.11 verse no. 47-48 had shri Krishan Ji speaking Gita then he would not have said these words that ‘Arjun! This my actual ghastly form before today before you no one has ever seen and even later with any sacrifice, tenacity, donation, and righteousness and any activity this can be seen. This cannot be seen neither by the method mentioned in Ved’.
In Gita Ji chapter no.4 verse no 5 and 9, Gita Ji chapter no.2 verse no 12, Gita Ji chapter no.10 verse no 2 the giver of the knowledge of Gita; Brahm-Kaal says ‘Arjun! You and I have had several births. You do not know I know. Do not think all these soldiers, all these emperors were even before, you were also there, I was also there and further, also our birth and death will continue’.
Note: Aforesaid proves Brahm-Kaal by entering into the body of Purunjay, Purukuts and shri Krishna Ji did disaster. In shri Krishan entering like a ghost, like a phantom this Brahm-Kaal got his work done. He was destroyed. His deeds are superhuman in the way; that he personally does not appear in front of anyone (Gita Chapter 7 Verse 24 & 25). By entering into someone else he does whatever evil he wants to do. He says ‘in four-armed form also by favoring indeed, I might appear but not with Jap, not with austerity, not with any activity, not with charity. This means for the goodness I do not appear. On my will, I might manifest to someone to an exclusive devotee. (Gita Chapter 11 Verse 52 & 53). Arjun was refusing. shri Krishan was refusing that we will not fight this battle. But he threatened Arjun by showing his ghastly appearance and forced him for war. Fearful Arjun gave acceptance and the war happened.
This proves Shrimad bhagavad Gita Ji’s knowledge shri Krishan Ji did not speak. This Brahm-Kaal has spoken. This is how Brahm-Kaal’s birth and deeds are supernatural/divine.
Similar other evidence will reveal the characteristics of this villainous power ie. Brahm-Kaal. He is a deceiver. Let us proceed.
Nightmares to Shri Yudhishthir
Mahabharata war ended. After some time, Shri Yudhishthir Ji started having nightmares. When he asked the reason and solution from Shri Krishna Ji, he was told, "The sins you have committed during the war, the crime of that homicide is causing you distress. Perform a Yagya for this." On hearing this from Shri Krishna Ji, Shri Arjun became very upset and thought in his mind that God Shri Krishna Ji while narrating Holy Gita was saying that Arjun, you will not incur any sin; you may fight (Holy Gita Chapter 2 Verse 37-38). Even if you die in war, you will enjoy the pleasures of heaven; otherwise, on winning the war, you will enjoy the kingdom of Earth.
Arjun thought that the solution, which Shri Krishna Ji has told for the removal of misery, will involve an expenditure of crores of rupees. As a result of which the elder brother's suffering will be dispelled. If I will argue with Shri Krishna Ji that while giving the knowledge of Gita Ji, you were saying that you will not incur sin, now you are saying contrary to this, then my elder brother might think that seeing the expenditure of crores of rupees, Arjun has become agitated and is not happy with the removal of my suffering. Therefore, considering it appropriate to remain silent, he happily gave consent that we will do as you say. Shri Krishna Ji fixed the date for that Yagya (religious sacrifice). Yagya also became successful only when Shri Sudarshan Swapach had food.
Note: Ref. Suksham Veda, the nectar speech of Almighty Kavir Dev.
Param Akshar Brahm ie. the Supreme God Almighty KavirDev comes in all four ages in this deceased world. He imparts the true spiritual knowledge to His dearest souls. Plays divine spectacle of an enlightened saint. In Dwaparyug, Almighty Kavir Dev Ji played the divine spectacle of shri Sudarshan Swapach Ji.
Further, we shall analyze how did the whole Yadav community came to an end.
Curse by Sage Durvasa and the Fall of Yadav Community
After some time, the whole Yadav community perished as a result of Rishi Durvasa Ji's curse and a hunter (who was the soul of Sugreev's brother, Baali, in Treta Yuga) shot a poisoned arrow in the sole of Shri Krishna's foot.
On the arrival of the five Pandavs on the incident site, Shri Krishna Ji said, "You are my disciples and I am also your religious Guru. Therefore, listen to my last order. One is that Arjun, you may take all the women of Dwarka to Indraprastha (Delhi) because there is no man left here; and second, you all Pandavas may abandon your kingdom and by meditating in the Himalayas may mortify your bodies there. Because you have the terrifying sins of the murders you committed during the war of Mahabharat on your head."
At that time, Arjun could not stop himself and said, "Lord! Although you are in such a state that I should not say such things, but Lord, if today, my doubt is not cleared then I will not even be able to die in peace. I will keep crying for the rest of my life." Shri Krishna Ji said, "Ask whatever you want to ask, these are my final moments."
Shri Arjun, with tears in his eyes, said, "Lord, please don't mind. When you had given the knowledge of Holy Gita Ji, at that time, I was refusing to fight. You had said that Arjun, you have the best of both worlds; if you die in war, you will go to heaven and if you are victorious, you will rule the Earth and you will not incur any sin. We fought the battle under your very guidance and according to your orders. (Holy Gita Adhyay 2 Shlok 37-38).
Oh Lord! We do not have the best of either world. Neither did we die in the war and attain heaven, and now, you are ordering us to abandon the kingdom, so, nor are we able to enjoy the kingdom of Earth. What interest did you have in doing this deceitful act?" On hearing these words from Arjun's mouth, Yudhishthir Ji said, "Arjun, at this moment when God is counting his last breaths, your ill-natured behavior is not justified."
Death of Shri Krishna Ji
Shri Krishna Ji said, "Arjun, today I am in my final state. You are very dear to me; today I will tell the truth that there is another villainous power which kept us operating like a machine; I don't know what I said in Gita. But whatever I am saying now is for your benefit." Saying these words with tears in his eyes, Shri Krishna Ji passed away.
Note: It has been proved from the above-mentioned description that Shri Krishna Ji did not speak the knowledge of Gita Ji. It has been spoken by Brahm (Jyoti Niranjan / Kaal), who is the master of twenty-one universes.
After performing the last rites of Shri Krishna along with all the Yadavs, the four Pandav brothers left Arjun and returned to Indraprastha (Delhi). Subsequently, Arjun was bringing Dwarika's women along with him. On the way, wild people looted all the Gopis (women of Dwarika) and abducted a few and beat Arjun. Arjun had the same 'Gandiva' bow in his hand, with which he had committed infinite killings in the Mahabharat war. Even that did not work.
Then Arjun said, "This Shri Krishna was actually a liar and a deceitful person. When he had to make me commit sin in the war, he granted me power. I used to knock down hundreds of warriors with one arrow, and today he has snatched that power away; I am standing here helpless while being beaten."
In this very matter, Purna Brahm God Kabir (KavirDev) says that Shri Krishna Ji was not a fraud or a liar. Kaal (Jyoti Niranjan) is committing all these wrong-doings. Until this soul comes in the refuge of God Kabir (SatPurush) by means of a Complete Saint (Tatvdarshi), Kaal will keep on inflicting atrocities like this. One gains full information through Tatvagyan (True spiritual knowledge).
Who delivered the knowledge of Shrimad Bhagavad Gita
Finally, the conclusion is drawn. This has been proved from all the above-mentioned shreds of evidence that the knowledge of Shrimad Bhagwat Gita was not narrated by Lord Shri Krishna rather it was spoken by Brahm (Kaal i.e. Jyoti Niranjan) by entering like a ghost into Shri Krishna Ji's body.
FAQs about Who Delivered the Knowledge of Shrimad Bhagavad Gita?
Q.1 Who narrated the Bhagavad Gita to whom and when?
The knowledge of Holy Shrimad bhagavad Gita Ji was delivered by Brahm-Kaal (Gita Chapter 11 Verse 32) to Arjun on the battlefield of Mahabharat.
Q.2 When did Shri Krishna Ji show the 'Viraat' (huge) form?
Shri Krishna Ji demonstrated the 'Viraat' (large) form at Kaurav's assembly, and then on the battlefield of Mahabharata, Kaal (Brahm) demonstrated his 'Viraat' form (by entering Shri Krishna Ji's body like a ghost) as told in Gita Chapter 11 Verse 32 and 47.
Q. 3 What proves that Gita Ji is narrated by Kaal-Brahm and not by Shri Krishna Ji?
This has been proven in Gita Chapter 11 Verse 47, that the speaker of Holy Gita Ji is Kaal (Brahm / Jyoti Niranjan), not Shri Krishna Ji, because Shri Krishna never declared before or after that I am Kaal. Shri Krishna Ji cannot be Kaal; men and women from all over the world used to want to see him.
Q.4 What is the meaning of 'Sahastrabahu'?
It is demonstrated in Gita chapter 11 verses 21 and 46, where God, the narrator of Holy Gita Ji, is 'Sahastrabahu', i.e. he has a thousand arms, but Shri Krishna Ji was an incarnation of Shri Vishnu Ji, who has four arms.
Q.5 Who first wrote the Bhagavad Gita?
Maharishi Veda Vyasa wrote Bhagavad Gita.
Q.6 Who is God in Bhagavad Gita?
Kavir Dev is the Supreme God, as stated in Bhagavad Gita Chapter 8 Verse 9. He is immemorial, master of all things, subtler than the subtlest, inexplicable, and is highly radiant. He who (does sumiran of) recall that Sachchidanandghan Parmeshwar (the true pleasure-giving Supreme God) beyond the darkness of ignorance.
Q.7 Who gave the knowledge of Bhagavad Gita was it Kaal or Shri Krishna?
The knowledge of Bhagavad Gita was given by Kaal-Brahm also known as Jyoti Niranjan. In Gita Chapter 11 Verse 47, Kaal, the God narrating Holy Gita Ji, is saying, "Oh Arjun! This is my real 'Kaal' appearance, which nobody has seen before you." He entered into the body of Shri Krishna like a ghost and gave knowledge. Shri Krishna does not remember anything. He himself admits. (Evidence in Mahabharata Aashrv 1612-13)
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