Bhagavad Gita

Welcome to the Section on Bhagavad Gita. This section goes through each Shloka of Bhagavad Gita providing meaning and explanation. We hope you find it useful.

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Adi Shankaracharya has said in Gita Mahatmya:

गीता शास्त्रं इदं पुण्यं यः पठेत् प्रयतः पुमान् |
विष्णोः पादं अवाप्नोति भय शोकादि वर्जितः ||
Anyone who recites Bhagavad Gita, and follows it in life, will attain the feet of Sri Vishnu and will become free from worries, and all other problems.

We all have busy lives, but the way we keep aside time for physical fitness, entertainment, in the same way, we need to set aside time for spiritual fitness.

Time is never the same, things go up and down. The material things we own or achieve can change over a period of time. But the spiritual progress we make will remain with us whatever happens in the outside world.

No power in this universe can take our spiritual progress away from us. This is the only thing which will stay with us all the time. So, Let’s put sincere efforts on this aspect of life  too.

एकं शास्त्रं देवकीपुत्रगीतम् | एको देवो देवकीपुत्र एव ||
एको मन्त्रस्तस्य नामानि यानि | कर्माप्येकं तस्य देवस्य सेवा ||
Let there be only one shastra: The Gita of Krishna. 
Let there be only one God: Krishna the son of Devaki. 
Let there be only one mantra: His holy names. 
Let there be only one work: Service to that God.

This is still work in progress, please check back as we add more pages for various Shlokas in Bhagavad Gita.

श्रीकृष्णार्पणम् अस्तु ||