Talking Bhagavad Gita: Teachings for Life
The Bhagavad Gita is a spiritual discourse delivered by Lord Krishna
to Arjuna in the middle of the battlefield. It contains 18 chapters in
which the Lord Deity Krishna teaches a variety of subjects such as the
ॐ The nature of the self
ॐ The need to restrain the mind and the senses
ॐ Withdrawing them from the sense objects through the practice of yoga
ॐ Performing desire-less actions,
ॐ The vision of the Universal Self,
ॐ The qualities of Nature,
ॐ Incarnations of God and
ॐ Reincarnation of individual souls
ॐ Devotion to God
ॐ Liberation and so on The three main lessons which the Bhagavad Gita teaches are Duty, Discipline, and Devotion. Bhagavad Gita is not just about devotion yoga but a holistic spiritual effort, which demands from people physical and mental purity, self-control, the performance of duty, renunciation, and devotion to God for their liberation.
We learn from it that while
devotion yoga is the most direct solution to achieve liberation its true
practice is possible only for those who have progressed on the path of
salvation through their previous effort.
The Bhagavad Gita’s teachings were recited by Lord Krishna to Arjuna about 7000 years ago. The special beauty is that this divine knowledge is equally relevant and useful in today’s world. Surely it will remain relevant forever. In the Bhagavad Gita, the Bhakti and Karma Yoga routes have been elaborated. And it has also been told that by walking on these routes, every person definitely becomes a success in the supreme life.
The Shrimad Bhagavad Gita is counted among our Hindu Upanishads,
which are our Hindu scriptures, in which we are told about various
aspects of life and ways of living. As it is narrated in the Sanskrit
language – it is difficult to read for most people but there are
translations in many languages to help in reading easily. Talking Gita
along with a talking pen (Portable Device) is perfect for elders,
children, and the illiterate or visually handicapped people.
This also enables people to read in Sanskrit with correct
pronunciation followed by its translation and interpretation in Hindi or
English. This book contains 18 chapters and that are well presented in
reader-friendly fonts and voice-overs.
The Talking Gita is a
specifically printed book with Talking Book Technology and is read with
the help of hardware called Talking Pen. With this device, the user is not
only able to understand the exact pronunciation but memorize the verses
easily. It is the perfect gift for family, friends, and relatives on all