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.
Chapter 6 of the Bhagavad Gita is also known as The Yog of Meditation. In accordance with the teachings of Jagadguru Shree Kripaluji Maharaj, meditating on the form of God is most important mean which is also called as “Roopdhyan”. Swami Mukundananda in this chapter notifies beautifully and vividly the nature of mind, action and power. He further tells how can be the same mind can be our true friend and aids ous in reaching our true goal which was earlier proved to our enemy. Though the mind is restless and unsteady but by the constant practice and detachment, one can attain the ultimate peace and divine bliss.