Glories of Vedic Scriptures: Glories of Bhagavad Gita

                                                                  Q. Are there many souls in the other worlds who are serving Krishna with full devotion and do not want to come back to this world? Are liberated souls always playing and singing happily around Krishna? Or do they become submerged in Krishna and do not have any soul-body or soul- identification?

                                                                  Q. I wanted to know about the concept of transmigration of soul which is preached in the Bhagavad-Gita, but this transmigration is no where mentioned in the Vedas. In fact, the Vedas also say that God has no form; please clarify on the same.

                                                                  Bhagavad-gita is integral part of Vedic literature; in fact it is popularly called Gitopanisad, for it summarizes the essence of all Vedas, and has emanated directly from the lotus mouth of the Supreme Lord, as do all of the Vedas.

                                                                  Q. Going through a discussion on Bhagavad-Gita, we discussed regarding "Why Krishna had to start a new parampara?" During the discussion we encountered many complex understandings.
                                                                  Krishna says in beginning of Bhagavad-Gita Chapter 4, He chose Arjuna as the first one to get the knowledge of Bhagavad-Gita for the new parampara. Now our concerns are:

                                                                  Q. My question is a follow up to an answer in this last digest: "Krishna promises to forgive and deliver all sinful reactions of those who surrender to Him exclusively."

                                                                  Q. I am a confused man, with lots of worries. I always hear Shri Ramesh Oza, and Pujya Morari Bapu, on cassettes. The time I hear I get emotional and happy. Next day I forget everything I heard, and the same routine continues.

                                                                  Please help me and tell me what I should do. I want to get deeper in to this. Your reply (in simple English) will be a utmost help to my soul.

                                                                  Q. His Divine Grace Srila Prabhupada says in BG that one has to have faith in Krishna and should understand Krishna as the Supreme Personality of Godhead, then only he can understand BG. But how will a person who is at the very beginning level or not even a devotee and who just starts to read BG will understand it?  Will reading BG give more faith and help him to understand it or he has to accept Krishna as the supreme personality of Godhead and then only he has to read BG?