Bhagwat Geeta, also called Gita, is a 700-verse scripture that is part of the Hindu epic Mahabharata. The text was written by the sage Veda Vyasa and is recited by many Hindus, especially at religious festivals. In Bhagwat Geeta, Lord Krishna tells Arjuna how he can regain his kingdom and defeat his enemies. The text contains spiritual teachings about right action and duty.
The Bhagwat Geeta was originally written in Sanskrit, but it has been translated into many languages including English and Hindi. The text has been influential in both Hinduism and Buddhism for thousands of years.