The aim of the Gita
The aim of the Gita doctrine is to lead one to tranquility, happiness and equanimity. No rituals are prescribed.
The Gita Says:
Do your duty to the best of your ability without worrying about the results. Perceive that God is present equally in all beings and treat all beings equally..
The four goals of human life are:
· doing one’s duty,
· earning wealth,
· material and sensual enjoyment (with senses under control),
· attaining salvation.
The world needs different religions, cults and deities to meet the vastly different needs of individuals. The Gita Doctrine is beyond Religious and National boundaries.