Bhagavad-Gita : Just before the epic battle at Kurukshetra Arjuna is struck with remorse at the thought of regaining his kingdom by killing his kin. He tells Krishna, his charioteer, he cannot fight. Krishna’s advice and guidance to Arjuna about doing his duty constitute the text of the Bhagavad-Gita.
Mahabharatha Mahabharatha : Ganesha, the elephant-headed god, is believed to have written the MAHABHARATHA to sage Veda Vyasa’s dictation on condition that his pen never stop moving. Sage Vyasa agreed but specified that Ganesha would only write down the verse after understanding it completely. So whenever Ganesha paused to consider the verses, Vyasa would use the time to compose some more verses.
Ramayana Ramayana : This is an epic made on the story of Rama, the 7th incarnation of Vishnu and hero of the Ramayana, with his wife Sita and his brother, Lakshmana. He was the ascetic king of Ayodhya, born to destroy the demon-king Ravana.
Krishna Leela : On account of Krishna’s persuasion, the villagers had stopped worshipping the gods. Enraged, the gods showered them with torrential rain for 10 days. They appealed to Krishna to save them. And he lifted Mount Govardhana as an umbrella to rescue the entire village. Such similar short episodes form the delightful Krishna Leela. Krishna was the eighth incarnation of Vishnu. He brought about the doom of the demon king, Kamsa.