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Arjuna and Krishna
Arjuna was a master archer and played a central role in the conflict between the Pandavas and their adversaries the Kauravas. To begin with, Arjuna was reluctant to take part in battle because of the slaughter he knew he would cause. It is at this juncture that Lord Krishna reveals the Bhagavad Gita to Arjuna. In it, Krishna deems it Arjuna's duty to struggle to uphold righteousness, without consideration of personal loss, consequence or reward; the discharge of one's moral duty, he says, supersedes all other pursuits, whether spiritual and material, in life. The Bhagavad Gita is a record of the conversation between Lord Krishna and Arjuna. The relationship between Arjuna and Krishna is representative of what is ideal for all mankind: Man guided by God.
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