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Bhagavad Gita: The Key Source of Modern Life Management

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Bhagavad Gita: The Key Source of Modern Life Management.

Do you know that it is a proven fact that reciting shlokas from the Bhagavad Gita enhances the learning capacities among students?!…
Bhagavad Gita is not just a religious book that only people belonging to a certain religion should read. It is a dialogue between the Supreme Being (Lord Krishna) and a confused warrior (Arjuna).

While evoking different zones of brain by pronouncing those Sanskrit words, Bhagavad Gita teaches us the intricacies of life and how to deal with them.

Change is the law of the Universe: While the essence of the Gita is imbibed differently by people of different walks of life, students can learn from this teaching that nothing is permanent and if they have failed in their endeavor it does not mean that it would remain so forever.

Man is made by his belief : In the age of social media, students mostly suffer from self-doubt and low self- confidence. Belief in their own capabilities is what sets most of the successful students apart. In student life it is very important to have belief in one self. Students who believe in their own capabilities often find it easy to climb the ladder to success.

Meditation: Bhagvad Gita advocates the benefits of meditation. Meditation has been proven to have lasting effect on students and can help immensely during moments of anxiety during exams or other stressful situations in their life.

Dream big : In the Bhagavad Gita, Krishna says that we are kept far from our goals not by obstacles, but by a clear path to a lesser goal. This essentially means that a person should dream big and should not be deterred by obstacles in the path to achieve those dreams.

The Bhagavad-Gita’s Teachings exhort individuals to learn self-control, selflessness, self-realization, self-study, self-regulation, self-discipline, self- development, and self-determination, self-confident, self-concept, self-esteemed, and so on.

So here is a small effort by ABHYAS THE GLOBAL SCHOOL to inculcate our students to obey all the guidelines and succeed in their lives.

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From the founder’s pen..

What does discipline mean?

Being an educator is it important to punish or provide a chance to be rectified???…..
Does punishing children work??…….

Does punishment changes the Child’s behaviour??
Yes, but only for brief time. It might help teachers and parents to believe that they have control on their child for a while, until the next misdeed .usually children will continue to do the same thing they were punished for.


Hence discipline is not taught, it is “learnt” .Discipline is an “attitude”, it is about “character “, a “responsibility” and a life time “commitment”.


The time has come to re-examine the saying ‘spare the rool and spoil the child’. Children are at the receiving end both at their own homes and schools.


Children not only carry the knowledge that we share but also the brunt of anger for being punished for silly reasons. one being a parent or a teacher should remember that we are training children not an army.


One of the trouble with punishment as a way to teach a proper social behaviour, aside from the infliction of pain, is that it makes children feel weak and incapable? They learn to submit to authority and power, to obey. By being punished they become inferior beings they do not develop the power of human individual to “love and trust “ others.


Reflect on the main difference between “Discipline and punishment” are we teaching children a new behaviour or fear?
Introspection is the need of the day.

Discipline invokes the thinking brain, while

Punishment impacts the emotional brain.

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