128 selected verses from the Gita

Are you a Sanatani (Hindu) who has not read the Bhagavad Gita yet?

PS: Please do not watch this video in case you cannot devote 
48 minutes of your time to learn something that can change 
your whole life for ever.

This is an easy to understand 48 minute video presentation of 128 carefully selected verses and take your first step towards studying and understanding the Srimad Bhagavad Gita.

The human mind is where everything begins and also ends. It is of course a disorderly slave but an extremely efficient one when managed properly. Mastering the art of managing and directing the mind by studying the Gita is the sure way to eternal happiness and it permanently removes all troubles, worries, miseries, fear, anxiety and most importantly, all doubts about the who the ‘I’ in us is.

  • Please read below before watching the video.

Namaste.

There are many organisations that distribute copies of the Bhagavad Gita free of cost with the intention of spreading the supreme knowledge that one can gain by reading it. However, the problem is that most of the people who receive their copy of the Gita, store it, most respectfully of course, in their prayer room or pooja altar but never take the trouble of reading it. They neither know how many chapters and verses it has nor anything about the core philosophy of Advaita or non-dualism taught in the Gita. The reasons could be that they don’t feel motivated enough to read it and even if they did try reading a few pages of it, they found it boring. Lengthy and highly philosophical interpretations made by wise Gurus can also be a factor that gives people the feeling that the Gita is not for the common man but only for much older people who are very much into spirituality.

In order to make it easier for people to have at least an overall idea of the teachings of the Gita, I have made a video presentation containing 128 verses carefully selected by me. The video serves as an introduction to the Gita. It is not only for beginners in Gita studies but also for those who have already read the Gita. It helps people in learning some verses in Sanskrit by heart and also in getting used to the sounds of the great Sanskrit language which was systematically killed as a spoken language by enemies of the Dharma and of Bharat Varsh.

The name Bhagavad Gita means, ‘God’s Song’ or ‘Divine song’ but this does not stop a person from simply chanting the verses in a way they find it possible or comfortable. However it is important to pronounce the shlokas correctly. Everyone is not a singer nor does everybody have the ability to sing. Therefore in the new video, the verses from the Gita have been recited in a simple way making it easy for listeners to be able to repeat them.

People who understand these 128 selected verses will find themselves more interested in studying the Gita in depth.

Those who have understood even the basic of the teachings of the Gita are sure to have a better understanding of the non-dualistic God Concept and also about the ‘I’ in a person taught by Bhagavan Krishna to Arjuna. This can straightaway remove a lot of doubts, confusions,anxiety, fears, the feeling of inferiority and of most importantly fear, from the hearts of the reader. The positive attitude that one gains through this Divine Knowledge gives them the power of magnetism that can attract good people and good things in life.

People planning to study the Gita for the first time could watch this video before reading the translation of all the verses of the Gita from the following sites:
http://www.tvmgita.wordpress.com

It should take 48 minutes to watch this video and about 3 to 4 hours to read the translations of all the 700 verses of the Gita.

May the Grace of Bhagavan Krishna always be upon you.

Jai Shri Krishna

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