Bhagavad-Gita occurs in the famous Epic Mahabharata in the Bhismaparva as 25 to 42 chapters. It contains 700 verses. It sums up the basic philosophy of Hindus and is of perennial interest to the people of not only Indian but also to the entire world. The unique quality of Gita is that it raises problems of life and provides solutions which enable men to reach the supreme goal of life. In this respect it is a unique guide to the men. Ever since it came into existence it has influenced the thoughts and actions of the Indian people, because it beautifully synthesizes different concepts relating to Moksa. Though the views may be different, paths may vary, the ultimate goal is the same that is liberation of mankind from ignorance (Ajnana). This philosophy of Bhagavad-Gita is in tune with the famous saying that which exists is one, sages call it by various names.