He asks these questions with a lot of humility, love and with a genuine desire to know the truth. Eventually, Arjuna agrees to Krishna’s preferred solution and wins the war of Dharma against Adharma.
But when the Pāṇdavas came back to reclaim their kingdom after 13 years as per the original agreement, Duryodhana told Krishna that “I will not give even as much land to the Pāṇdavas as can stay on the tip of a needle.” Earlier, Duryodhana had even tried to kill the Pāṇdavas through several foul means.
The Pāṇdavas, encouraged by their mother Kunti and by Krishna, decided to fight the unrighteous Kauravas, who were led by Duryodhana.
This holy book of Hindus presents an eternally relevant dialogue between a human representative (Arjuna) and the Supreme Being (as Krishna).
The Bhagavad Gita is often referred to simply as the ‘Gita’ in short.
It teaches us about our relationship to Bhagavān and to the Universe.