Shrimad Bhagavad Gita – With Hindi Translation (Code 502)

  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Gita Press Gorakhpur; NEW edition (1 January 2019); Gita Press Headquarter Bade Kajipur, Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh 273001
  • Language ‏ : ‎ Sanskrit
  • Hardcover ‏ : ‎ 256 pages
  • Reading age ‏ : ‎ 10 years and up
  • Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 500 g
  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 20.8 x 13.8 x 1.8 cm
  • Country of Origin ‏ : ‎ India
  • Net Quantity ‏ : ‎ 1 Count
  • Importer ‏ : ‎ Gita Press Headquarter Bade Kajipur, Gorakhpur, Uttar Pradesh 273001
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Weight 500 g
Dimensions 20.8 × 13.8 × 1.8 cm


Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta with Hindi Translation (Code 502) 

Discover the profound teachings of the Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta, a cornerstone of Hindu philosophy and a timeless guide to life’s most fundamental questions. This revered text offers a pathway to inner peace, self-realization, and a deeper connection with the divine.

Key Features:

Original Sanskrit Verses:

Experience the authentic power of the Gita’s words in their original language.

  • Tradition and Authenticity: Sanskrit holds deep reverence in Hinduism. Including the original verses preserves the sacredness of the Gita and appeals to those seeking an authentic connection to this ancient text.
  • The Power of Sound: Many believe Sanskrit mantras carry vibrational energy. Even for those who don’t understand the language, the sounds themselves can evoke feelings of peace or power.
  • Deeper Study: For those learning Sanskrit, having the original text provides a reference point and an opportunity for advanced spiritual study.

Clear Hindi Translation:

Understand the deeper meanings and nuances of the verses with an accessible Hindi translation.

  • Accessibility: Hindi is widely spoken in India, making the Gita’s wisdom available to a broader audience who may not be fluent in Sanskrit.
  • Nuances of Meaning: Translation offers the chance to delve into the subtleties of the Sanskrit words, allowing for a richer understanding of the complex concepts in the Gita.
  • Ease of Comprehension: A well-crafted translation is key to making the Gita’s teachings digestible and personally relevant for readers.

Insightful Commentary:

Gain context and clarity with illuminating commentary that enhances your comprehension.

  • Historical and Cultural Context: Commentaries provide background knowledge on the time period, symbolism, and deeper philosophies surrounding the Gita.
  • Diverse Perspectives: Different commentaries may offer varying interpretations on verses, sparking contemplation and a multi-dimensional understanding.
  • Guidance for Application: Commentaries often connect the Gita’s teachings with contemporary life, facilitating the integration of its wisdom into daily practice.

High-Quality Hardcover Edition:

A durable and beautiful edition from Gita Press Gorakhpur, a respected publisher of spiritual texts.

  • Longevity and Preservation: A hardcover book offers durability, protecting the sacred text for years of use and potential re-reading.
  • Aesthetic Value: A well-crafted edition becomes both a study tool and a cherished object, enhancing the overall reading experience.
  • Trust and Authority: Gita Press Gorakhpur is a renowned publisher in its field, lending credibility to the edition and assuring readers of its quality.

Perfect for All Ages:

Suitable for anyone seeking wisdom, from young adults to seasoned spiritual seekers.

  • Universal Appeal: The Gita’s exploration of life’s purpose, ethics, and inner peace transcends age or prior knowledge of Hinduism.
  • Lifetime Companion: This edition can serve as a guide through different stages of life, as its teachings become increasingly relevant with experience.
  • Spiritual Curiosity: Emphasizes that one doesn’t need to be an expert to start exploring the Gita’s wisdom.

Uncover the Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta Profound Lessons:

Purpose and Dharma:

Find your true calling and understand the concept of righteous action.

  • Dharma’s Complexity: The Gita acknowledges that determining one’s dharma is not a simple task. It’s multifaceted, encompassing your unique talents, social roles, stage of life, and inner disposition.
  • Action over Inaction: The Gita emphasizes action aligned with dharma over withdrawing from the world. It teaches that performing your duties without attachment to results is a path to liberation.
  • Social Responsibility: Your dharma extends beyond personal fulfillment. It contributes to maintaining a harmonious society where everyone acts in accordance with their nature.
  • Guidance for Decision-Making: When faced with ethical dilemmas, the Gita offers a framework for making choices rooted in selfless action, aligned with the greater good.

Yoga and Meditation:

Explore various paths to spiritual growth and enlightenment.

  • Multiple Yogas: The Gita presents several paths to achieve union with the Divine; not everyone needs to be a renunciate. Karma Yoga (selfless action), Bhakti Yoga (devotion), and Jnana Yoga (path of knowledge) are all valid.
  • Foundation of Practice: The Gita stresses the importance of stilling the mind through meditation to perceive the true Self and cultivate inner peace.
  • Practical Techniques: While it doesn’t give step-by-step meditation guides, the Gita outlines qualities to develop like focus, non-attachment, and unwavering determination in spiritual practice.
  • Beyond Asana: The Gita reminds us yoga isn’t just physical postures; it’s a holistic way of living in harmony with oneself and the world.

Overcoming Challenges:

Develop inner strength and resilience in the face of life’s difficulties.

  • The Battle Within: The Gita uses the Kurukshetra war as a metaphor for inner conflict. Arjuna’s struggle represents universal dilemmas of sorrow, doubt, and ethical action.
  • Equanimity: The Gita teaches cultivating a balanced mind undisturbed by success or failure, pleasure or pain. This inner strength provides the foundation for facing adversity.
  • Mind as the Enemy: The undisciplined mind creates chaos. The Gita offers practices to subdue mental fluctuations and attain clarity.
  • Faith in the Divine: Amidst turmoil, the Gita emphasizes surrendering to a higher power, finding refuge and solace in the Divine.

Detachment and Selflessness:

Cultivate a sense of equanimity and selfless service.

  • The Ego Trap: The Gita exposes how attachment to possessions, outcomes, and ego-driven desires leads to suffering.
  • Renunciation of Fruits: Perform actions without craving the rewards. This fosters selflessness and freedom from anxiety about the future.
  • Serving the Greater Good: The Gita advocates acting as an instrument of the Divine without claiming ownership of actions, promoting a sense of humility and interconnectedness.
  • Inner Transformation: Detachment isn’t about apathy; it’s about acting with love and compassion without being entangled in outcomes.

The Nature of the Divine:

Connect with the transcendent reality and your own immortal nature.

  • Beyond Forms: The Gita reveals the Divine as both immanent (within all beings) and transcendent (beyond the material world). It can be experienced as a personal God or the formless Absolute.
  • The Immortal Self: The Gita teaches that your true nature is the Atman, the eternal soul, untouched by worldly changes. Recognizing this brings liberation from fear of death and worldly sorrows.
  • Unity in Diversity: The Gita emphasizes the underlying oneness of the universe. All beings share a spark of the Divine, fostering a sense of reverence for all life.
  • Direct Experience: While intellectual understanding is helpful, the Gita’s goal is realizing the Divine through direct mystical experience.

Order your copy of the Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta with Hindi Translation (Code 502) today, and embark on a transformative journey of spiritual awakening and personal growth.

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