Karma yoga is a branch of yoga based on the teaching of which text? is the third question asked in Yoga Day Quiz. Firstly, by participating in this quiz you can earn a chance to win Rs.30000. We have provided all the 5 correct answers to quiz below. You can find all the answers to this quiz at bottom.
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- Answer 1: (C) 21st June
- Answer 2: (B) Yoga for Humanity
- Answer 3: (B) Bhagavad Gita
- Answer 4: (D) All the above are correct
- Answer 5: (D) 8th
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Karma yoga is a branch of yoga based on the teaching of which text?
Correct Answer is (B) Bhagavad Gita.
Karma yoga is a branch of yoga based on the teaching of the text Bhagavad Gita. Karma yoga is the spiritual discipline of “selfless deed undertaken for the benefit of others,” according to Lord Krishna in the Bhagavad Gita. Karma yoga is a method of working one’s way to moksha (spiritual emancipation).
Karma Yoga is derived from the word ‘Karma,’ which meaning activity. According to the Bhagavad Gita, one should perform selflessly without being attached to the consequence.
Karma yoga, along with Jnana (knowledge or self-study), Bhakti (devotion), and Raja (meditation), is one of the four ancient schools of yoga, each giving a road to moksha (spiritual emancipation) and self-realization.
Karma Yoga, or the Path of Action (Karma-mrga), is one among them.
Bhakti Yoga, also known as Bhakti-mrga, is a devotional path to Ishvara (God)
The Path of Knowledge (Jna-mrga) is also known as Jnana Yoga.
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