Monday, October 16, 2017

Shrimad Bhagavad Gita



The Bhagavad Gita, The Song of the Lord, is chanted from a Sanskrit text of 18 chapters and 700 slokas (verses). If you're new to the Gita, you might begin by listening to a chapter while you study, work or relax. You will notice at a certain point that your mind will become clear and steady, and your spirit will feel uplifted. Try listening to all of the Gita. Both of the renditions below include all 18 chapters. There are many more versions on YouTube, etc.

I enjoy listening to the Gita while I attend to the duties of my home life. My experience of devotion and my focus on my spiritual intentions are blessed and lifted up to a higher level of ease and joy. 

You may choose to study the Bhagavad Gita, in which Lord Krishna reveals the highest forms of Yoga to Arjuna--and all of his devotees. My personal favorite translation for study is Jnaneshwar's Gita, which includes the exquisite commentary by the beloved Marathi saint Jnaneshwar in the English translation by Swami Kripananda.
You may decide to learn how to chant the Gita. Chanting with a video offering clear and correct pronunciation of the Sanskrit will help. Any time spent, no matter the proficiency or lack thereof, will bear tremendous spiritual fruit.

The Gita contains loving and precious revelations from the Lord himself. Find the precious jewels waiting in the Bhagavad Gita for you!




Bhagavad Gita ~ Complete Sanskrit recitation (Isha/Sacred Verses
Very subtle musical changes in the background are helpful for the Western ear

Introductory mantrasMahamrityunjaya - Mangalacharan  
A prayer to Shiva, recited by Shubha Mudgal (Isha/Sacred Verses)


Click through to playlist on YouTube with links to download




The Bhagavad Gita recited by Kumari Vanisree and
Kumari Vijayalakshmi of Ramakrishna Mutt Bangalore


Click through to video on YouTube with links to download
 Main chant starts at 17:38




No comments:

You are visitor number

Search my blog

Select Language

Most popular posts

Previous posts

Search Hinduism and Sanskrit terms

Search results

Receive my delicious posts via email!