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An Ekaharya in which the essence of the Bhagavad Gita is portrayed. On seeing his kith and kin lined up against him on the battlefield of Kurukshetra, Arjuna breaks down and refuses to fight. Krishna chides him and teaches him the Supreme truth about Dharma and Karma. He enunciates the timeless quality of the soul and the futility of being embroiled in the here and now, and the need to transcend attachment, birth and death. Arjuna realizing that Sri Krishna is the Supreme being requests Krishna to show him His Viswaroopa. The Ekaharya ends on that note.