All 700 verses of the Bhagavad Gita are given in both Hindi prose and poetry using the style of Ramayan of the great Saint TulasiDas in Doha, Chaupai and Chhanda meters. The prose will help where poetry needs elaboration for better understanding of the verses. This work may be used, with a little practice, during religious celebrations such as evening Satsangs, Janmashtami, Gita Jayanti (upcoming on December 9-10, 2016) and other spiritual gatherings. We have also included Gita Mahima and Gita Arati. A PDF version is available for free for personal use upon request: http://www.gita-society.com/bhagavadgita_contactus.html . It can be purchased from: http://www.createspace.com/6581440. A sample of this work can be read from: http://www.gita-society.com/pdf/sample.pdf
The Bhagavad Gita for the beginners and children by International Gita
Society is now available in Indonesian language. This work was translated by Luh Resiki of Bali for the benefit of Hindu adults and children in Indonesia. It’s now available from: email@example.com in a book form.
Listen and free download the original celestial song sung by Lord incarnate, Shri Krishna, over 5,000 years ago. This song was originally sung in Sanskrit language and has been translated in many world languages. Here we present complete audio version of the Bhagavad-Gita in Sanskrit, Hindi and English by famous saints and singers chanted in beautiful melodies for your listening pleasure. This audio sound of the sacred song will enlighten your soul and fill it with peace and happiness! The eternal spiritual message of Lord Krishna in Hindi and English is self-explanatory and will inspire those who do not know the Sanskrit language.
WHAT IS SURRENDERING TO THE WILL OF GOD?
Setting aside all Dharmas, just surrender to My Will. I shall liberate you from all sins or bonds of Karma. Do not grieve. (Gita 18.66)
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BRAHMA SUTRA FOR THE BEGINNERS
The Brahma Sutra, also known as Vedānta Sutra, is one of three most important texts in Vedānta along with the Principal Upanishads and the Bhagavad Gita. A thorough study of Vedānta requires a close examination of these three texts. These three texts are known in Sanskrit as the Prasthānatrayi, or the triple starting principles (canons) of spiritual tradition of India.
The ignorance of metaphysical knowledge—not knowing our real identity—is humanity’s greatest predicament. It is said that there is no human mind that cannot be purified by a repeated study of the Bhagavad-Gita—just one chapter a week.
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Setting aside all Dharmas, just surrender to My Will. I shall liberate you from all sins or bonds of Karma. Do not grieve. (Gita Verse 18.66)
|What does ‘Om’ mean?
According to the Vedic theory of creation, the creation begins with the vibration of the primal energy that has a sound symbol, Om! Om is ever considered the most suitable sound symbol of the Supreme Absolute, with the help of which a devotee can realize the Truth. It is the first sound, representing both visible and invisible, in the creation.