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In Bhagavad Gita, Lord Krishna tells Arjuna, in the world where one cannot live without activity, you must act as  “Work alone is thy concern, not its fruit threre of“. This is the most powerful message of the Bhagavad Gita especially in the present day world scenario where it is impossible for spiritual seekers to disappear in the forests or the mountains and spend their time in solitude in seeking the higher purposes of life. In fact, Baba mentions that, such reclusive living does not teach us much, since only while living in the desires of the world can one grow out of it unattached as a lotus flower remain unaffected in beauty by the surrounding muddy water.

Baba explains below why Nishkaama Karma or Desireless action is important.