>>In Chapter 4, Verse 24, Lord Krishna says that he is the creator of the four castes (varnas) based on their qualities and actions. However, in Chapter 18, Verse 41, he says that the division of the castes is based on the individual's qualities and actions and not birth.
Qualities and Actions here refers to Guna (rajas, sattva and tamas) and the law of Karma. division of caste is based on birth of an individual according to his actions from previous births and being born thus he his inherent state is influenced by the mixture of gunas.
>>In Chapter 5, Verse 5, Lord Krishna says that the renunciation of actions is superior to the yoga of actions.
That state which is reached by the Sankhyans, the same is reached by the Yogins, i.e., the same state is attained also by those who are Karma Yogins. He alone is wise who sees that the Sankhya and the Yoga are one and the same because of their having the same result.
>Chapter 18, Verse 7, he says that the yoga of actions is superior to the renunciation of actions.
But the renunciation of obligatory acts is not proper. Abandonment of these through delusion is declared to be Tamasika.
atleast pick the correct verse retard. and here he is talking about importance of nitya karmas for a kshatriya.
>>Chapter 18, Verse 66, Lord Krishna asks Arjuna to abandon all forms of religion and surrender to him alone for protection.
>However, in Chapter 7, Verse 21, he says that those who worship other deities also worship him, but with less knowledge.
Whatsoever form any devotee desires to worship with faith that (same) faith of his I make firm and unflinching. (7.21)
what's contradictory here retard. the 18.66 is for those on path of mukti and 7.21 is about proles.
>>In Chapter 2, Verse 47, Lord Krishna tells Arjuna to perform his duty without attachment to the results. However, in Chapter 3, Verse 9, he says that he created the four castes according to their actions, implying that the results of actions matter.
verse 2.47 is for those wanting to escape samsara shall perform nishkamakarma and 3.9 is for those in samsara. and when did he say that result of actions don't matter in samsara lmao?
>>In Chapter 6, Verse 5, Lord Krishna says that yoga is the means to attain the Supreme. However, in Chapter 12, Verse 6, he says that those who are devoted to him with steadfast faith and single-minded devotion also attain the Supreme.
there can be different paths to reach the same goal but bhangi lowborn brain can't comprehend it ig. and here the yoga neither refers to the yoga exercises and nor to the yoga darshana of patanjali.
>> in Chapter 10, Verse 12, Lord Krishna says that he speaks only to those who have devotion and who constantly practice yoga.
Arjuna said You are Supreme Brahman, the Supreme Light, and the Supreme Sanctifier. All the seers proclaim You as the eternal, divine Person, the Primal Lord, the unborn and all-pervading. So also proclaim the divine sages Narada, Asita, Devala and Vyasa. You Yourself also proclaim this. (10.12)
>>In Chapter 3, Verse 17, Lord Krishna says that one who rejoices only in the self and is satisfied with the self is a perfect yogi. But in Chapter 5, Verse 6, he says that one who is not attached to external objects and is satisfied within the self is a perfect sannyasi.
how is that contradictory?
>>In Chapter 7, Verse 19, Lord Krishna says that those whose knowledge is stolen by material desires worship demigods,
the verse is 7.20 and here he derides worshipping of gods solely for material desires not worshipping of them bhangi pajeet.
>while in Chapter 9, Verse 23, he says that even those who worship demigods with faith ultimately worship him alone.
Even those who, being devoted to other deities and endowed with faith, worship (them), they also, O son of Kunti, worship Me alone (though) following the wrong method.
For I alone am the enjoyer and also the Lord of all sacrifices; but they do not know Me in essence (in reality), and hence they fall (return to this mortal world). (9.23-24)