Deep Talks by Deep Trivedi- Bhagavad Gita was a show in which people discussed the Hindu sacred book Bhagavad Gita. It is said that Bhagavad Gita contains all solutions of human life if someone reads it carefully and makes out all the meaning possible from the context. It is also said that this book has the capability of uplifting human life from each and every position if we follow it. The efforts we need to rely on are just to understand it with its best possible simple meaning. For the first time in the Indian Television history the sacred book was discussed with Deep Trivedi to help people understand the book. It was a great opportunity for the people to listen to his talks and understand what he speaks about it. Deep Trivedi used to discuss the Bhagavad Gita and spoke about all possible meanings of the text in the show.
The show was worth watching. And Deep Trivedi was the one, who had a National Record for talking about Bhagavad Gita for so long- 168 hours, 28 minutes and 50 seconds. It’s not a small duration of time. From the very starting, he started with the introduction of Bhagavad Gita and talked about the importance of the book in our life. Then he shifted to talk about the why we fail to achieve our goals in our life. That is because we depend on external factors to fulfill our goals and not on our own self. This is one of the common weaknesses of people. He told about how Lord Krishna can help us achieve our aim with his messages given in the book of Bhagavad Gita through the conversations of Lord Krishna with Arjuna.
There Lord Krishna acted as Arjuna’s chariot and helped him by conversing with him. And this can be said that Lord Krishna is the one who can transform one soul for the better of his own. Then Deep Trivedi discussed the messages from the book that can make out the best of one’s life. It is very much important to understand your own strengths and weaknesses so that we can decide according to it to what to do in future. With this, Deep Trivedi told that how women are good psychologists than men. He took the first step to explain the shlokas of the book.