About Talking Bhagavad Gita (God Talks with Arjuna)

“Bhagavad Gita explains all the essential spiritual truths: the difference between the soul and the body, the difference between the soul and the Supreme Soul (God)”.

Aadarsh Pvt. Ltd. presents the epic Talking Bhagavad Gita which has enlightened the world, and now can be read and heard easily with the help of ‘Aadarsh Talking Pen’.

A unique Shrimad Bhagavad Gita, in which the reader can listen to the holy script as one reads it, hence known as Talking Gita. Many great thinkers from our times such as Albert Einstein, Mahatma Gandhi and Albert Schweitzer as well as Madhavacharya, Sankara and Ramanujan from bygone ages have all contemplated and deliberated upon its timeless message. 

The uniqueness is that Talking Bhagavad Gita comes with a Talking Pen and a holy voice in Sanskrit with its Hindi and English translations & interpretations, which makes it easy to use and have an enjoyable learning experience for all the age groups. This Talking Pen is a small, portable, reachable device which has long stand by time and is designed to meet the ergonomic suitable for holding by hand. 

This Talking Gita is designed with Gita’s Tatparya (interpretation) in Hindi and English. It is a hardbound copy with 162 pages and all the eighteen chapters of Bhagavad Gita (Shrimad Bhagavad Gita) is well presented in reader-friendly fonts and voice over. Now, the reader is not only able to understand the exact pronunciations of this holy script but will also be able to memorize the verses easily.

The Talking Bhagavad Gita (TBG) is a technology product that enables users to read Shrimad Bhagavad Gita’s Sanskrit verses and its translation/interpretation in Hindi or English with the help of a Talking Pen.

The Talking Gita is specifically printed book with Talking Book Technology and is read with the help of hardware called Talking Pen. It has accessories like earphones and USB Data Chord. It comes in two variations via, chargeable batteries and dry cell batteries.

Unboxing Video – “TALKING BHAGAVAD GITA” with Talking Pen.

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