The Bhagavad Gita is very well known scripture and has attained a sublime position in the long list Indian scriptures. The Gita is honoured and respected not only in India but also in various countries because of the transcendental knowledge that it possess. It is that divine knowledge, which appeared from the divine voice of Lord Krishna and his devotee Arjun received that knowledge. It is at the end Arjun admits that it is because of the grace of Lord Krishna, he gets liberated from miseries, tribulation and dilemma. Having described the soul, the Supreme Soul, and material nature, Shree Krishna then explains which of these is responsible for actions by living beings, and also which is responsible for cause and effect in the world at large. Those, who can perceive these distinctions and properly pinpoint the causes of action, are the ones who actually see; and they are the ones who are situated in knowledge. This chapter contains the vivid description of body and the soul. Swami Mukundananda explains the connection of the mind, ego, body, soul, action and fruits of action with the path of devotion.