Bhagvad Gita IF NC ENTRY

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Posted: 2019-01-06T00:19:13Z
Prompt 12
I am writing this story in my own way. This story is being narrated by Tulsidas, the great Hindu  poet  . This story is related to Mahabharata but the way of expressing the dialogues are FICTIONAL.

A saint lives a life of spirituality. He is a man who keeps a keen interest in spiritual world.

God is everywhere, in each and every new step in life begins with his blessings. 

Peace is a prime source which relates the materialistic world with the spiritual world. 

Games played are the sources of gift from God to humanity. However, sometimes these gifts become a hunter for the mankind.

Mahabharat is such a story. The main reason of this epic and holy  war was a game of dice played between two brothers.

Does this prove that mankind spoils itself?
Does the Bhagwat Gita Ever restricts The game of dice?

The end

Posted: 2019-01-06T21:33:53Z
the last question is boggling my mind: Does the Bhagwat Gita Ever restricts The game of dice? 

looking forward :)

superb work
Posted: 2019-01-09T21:46:48Z
Good one Rosy! Tough topic you have chosen. Looking forward to your take on the great epic. And all the very best. Smile
Posted: 2019-01-11T09:51:26Z
Good start. My best wishes to you. Hug Looking forward to reading the next part.
Posted: 2019-03-21T23:48:38Z
The prologue was really intriguing...btw I'm still looking towards reading this story! :)
...i am the dance and i still go on...
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