As the new thought process of people of this land progresses, some historians might come up with sceptical facets about this ancient culture as they’re either influenced by external powers or bored by monotonous dogmas of dark eras that they try to categorise Hindu culture as Smrithi and Shruthi and they also include The Bhagavad Gita in it and term it as Smrithi – a memory. Then they blatantly argue that all of them can be altered or changed. It seems legit to some degree as their translations vary with each edition, but none of the Sanskrit text has been changed or altered. It might be that we forgot the true essence of Sanskrit. And one thing to consider is that The Bhagavad Gita is neither Smrithi nor a Shruthi, but a live commentary, viewed from a far location by an individual who developed the ability of clairvoyance, Sanjaya! And now we have enough proofs of Dwaraka and an unbroken line of Indian Civilization from over 17000 years,

When we look at Invasions and colonisations in India, they ended up in convincing people that they’re lesser than god and the divine is somewhere out! The very same propaganda has polluted the Indian minds and they themselves began mistreating their own people in the name of caste and creed for supremacy during dark eras, and that’s why the Bhakti Movement emerged. However, the critical thinker’s point of view in this verge has become narrow as they attempt to say that even Vedas and The Bhagavad Gita might have been altered as they are smrithis, but in reality, it’s the minds of people that got polluted and forgot the imparted wisdom of the ancients.

When we look at the Bhagavad Gita, Sanjaya describes the live conversation of Arjuna and Krishna, where Arjuna learns startling knowledge and Krishna patiently teaches a reluctant warrior who gets betrayed by his very own kin. If we were to call The Bhagavad Gita and The Vedas were framed deliberately to bind people to dogma, then why did they mention about the divinity of every individual, not some, and they clearly mentioned about Drashta – the observer, Drik Drishya Vivekam, The Observer Effect and the aspect of Advaita and The Vishishtadvaita? Why did they say there’s NO-Thing in the beginning instead of something? And why did Krishna say ‘There’s no time that all of us did not exist’? Why do many of the Vedic texts and the Texts of The Bhagavad Gita now become the Guidelines for String Theory?                                                                                                                                                                                                           -Viswanath Venkat Dasari.