From: Ravikant Jagtap
Uddhav Gita was spoken by Lord Krishna to his dear devotee Uddhav underneath a Banyan tree where full time and attention could be given. The time was just before Krishna was about to depart from the material world so all levels of deep spiritual knowledge was poured into Lord Krishna’s pure devotee, Uddhav. The Bhagavad Gita discourse took place in a 45 minute time period just before the Mahabharat War in the middle of the Kurukshetra Battlefield to Lord Krishna’s dear devotee Arjun. Uddhav Gita is also much more expanded, and has more details and chapters. In addition, Uddhav Gita, although expanded, comprises only part of a Canto of the Srimad Bhagavatam which the Bhagavad Gita mentions to read anyhow. In addition, Uddhav Gita provided many narrations which are directly related to life. These are the differences. As a result we can conclude that regular reading of the Uddhav Gita will help one attain to God-consciousness at an exponential rate.
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