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 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.

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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.

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What is Om?

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.

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The philosophical portion of the Vedas is called the Upanishads. The Upanishads are found mostly in the concluding part of the Vedas and are also called Vedānta (added at the end of the Vedas). They are found appended to all the four Vedas, and thus we have Upanishads belonging to all four Vedas: Rig, Yajur, Sāma and Atharva. Each Vedas reveals its contents under four sections: (1) The Samhitās, containing beautiful lyrical poems or mantras describing and adoring the beauty of nature and the power of the extraordinary forces. (2) The Brahmana section containing the ritualistic injunctions and prescriptions for various ceremonies. (3) The Aranyakas, containing various methods of meditation or Upāsanās and (4) The Upanishads, containing the philosophical discussions and sermons that had taken place at various periods of time between different teachers (Rishis) and their students, regarding Brahman, Eternal Purpose of creation and the goal of human life. While the hymns of the Vedas emphasize rituals and the Brahmanas serve as a manual for those Vedic rituals. The Upanishads are inherently opposed to rituals.

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