Revisiting Indian Philosophy: A Study of Ethical Codes in Bhagwat Gita



Indian philosophy, ethics, ethical codes, contemporary relevance, interdisciplinary analysis, spirituality, moral decision-making, ocietal norms


Aim: This comprehensive study aims to conduct a deep dive into the intricate fabric of Indian philosophy, as encapsulated in the Bhagwat Gita, with a particular emphasis on elucidating its profound ethical codes. 

Methodology: By meticulously examining the text, we endeavor to unravel the underlying principles and moral frameworks that have provided spiritual and ethical guidance to individuals for centuries, transcending geographical and temporal boundaries.

Outcome: Through a rigorous and multifaceted analysis of the ethical teachings embedded within the Bhagwat Gita, this study endeavors to unearth timeless wisdom and philosophical insights that resonate with contemporary society. By elucidating the relevance and applicability of these ethical codes to the complexities of modern life, we seek to offer invaluable guidance for navigating moral quandaries, fostering personal growth, and promoting societal harmony.

Conclusion: The Bhagwat Gita stands as a beacon of ethical enlightenment, offering profound guidance and moral clarity that transcends the passage of time. Its teachings serve as a roadmap for leading a life of integrity, virtue, and spiritual fulfilment. By revisiting Indian philosophy through the lens of the Bhagwat Gita, this study underscores the enduring significance of its ethical principles, inviting individuals to engage in profound introspection and self-discovery as they embark on the journey towards a more meaningful existence.


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Author Biography

Raj Mishra, Amity School of Languages, Amity University, Lucknow

Raj Mishra is pursuing his English studies at Amity University Lucknow Campus.



How to Cite

Raj Mishra. Revisiting Indian Philosophy: A Study of Ethical Codes in Bhagwat Gita . SPL J. Literary Hermeneutics: Biannu. Int. J. Indep. Crit. Think [Internet]. 2024 Mar. 28 [cited 2024 Jul. 18];4(1):194-205. Available from: