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Journal of Clinical Psychology and Cognitive Science

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Anxiety, Stress and Depression in Orphans With Special Reference to Intervention Effect of Bhagwat Gita

Author(s): Surabhi Mishra

An epitome of all the scriptures, the life breath heart and image of lord itself, the Bhagwat Gita is considered an unfathomable ocean of wisdom. It is a dialogue between two individuals, Lord Krishna and his disciple Arjun in the battle field where there was a war between Kauravas and Pandavas for control of Hastinapur Kingdom. Gita contains more the subject matter for personality development and behaviour modification rather than a religious book. It contains 19 chapters with about 701 Shlokas narrating different levels of human mind and its processes. Different chapters critically deal with the various forms of anxiety, stress and depression of human beings and also management of stress and rectification of behaviour through CBT, person centred approach, psychoanalysis etc. Anxiety is a mental health disorder characterised by feeling of worry, from threat etc., strong enough to interfere with one’s daily activities. Stress may be defined as one’s body’s reaction to challenge or demand, it may be both positive and negative i.e. any feeling of emotion or physical tension. A mood disorder characterised by low mood, feeling of sadness and a general loss of interest in things may be termed as depression. A child is considered an orphan if he/she is deprived of parent’s love and care (Whether due to their demise separation or abandoning the child soon after birth). The child living with such unfortunate fate is vulnerable to situations of anxiety, stress and depression in any and almost every phase of life. The present study is an effort to compute the above mentioned3 behavioural disorders in orphan children and also to measure if there is any change in

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