New illustrative and speaking Bhagavada Gita: Features and uses explained

July 16, 2019

New illustrative and speaking Bhagavada Gita: Features and uses explained

You have often come across this popular lesson which Krishna gave to Arjuna, “Karm karo, fal ki chinta mat kro” (just do your work don’t bother about the result). At the start of the Dharma Yudhha (righteous war) between Pandavas and Kauravas, Arjuna is filled with moral dilemma and despair about the violence and death the war will cause. He wonders if he should renounce and seeks Krishna’s counsel, whose answers and discourse constitute the Bhagadvad Gita. Krishna counsels Arjuna to “fulfill his Kshatriya (warrior) duty to uphold the Dharma” through “selfless action”.


Bhagvada Gita is is a 700-verse Sanskrit scripture that is part of the Hindu epic Mahabharata. It is not only taught in India in some of the institutions, but it is also taught across the globe as part of of the management studies. However, people find it too long and difficult to understand because of the language (Sanskrit) used. Over the years, several translated version of Gita have hit the bookstores. But people still do not find it interactive. In today’s age and time, when a large number of people don’t have patience to read long books, they look for audio and video versions of the texts. Keeping the people’s demand in mind, illustrative and speaking Bhagavada Gita has been made available.


Features of this new illustrative and speaking Bhagvada Gita

1)This new Gita is easy to read and listen.

2)Audio translation of shlokas is available in different languages. The meaning of the shlokas are also explained in different languages.

3)It is illustrative in nature with diffrerent pictures portraying the situation mentioned in shlokas.

4)It also contains a wisdom flute which comes with different features.

5)You can listen to aartis and music using the wisdom flute.

6)An MP3 player is also embedded in this flute which allows you to store songs.

7)You can also improve your pronunciation of words used in shlokas. The flute provides a comparison feature, using which you can record a shloka in your voice and it will compare your voice with the original pronuciation. This way you can learn to pronounce words correctly.

8)The wisdom flute also has the feature of increasing and decreasing volume. Using the same buttons you can also go to the next track and the previous one.

9) This Gita is blessed. It also contains ‘mayur pankh’, which is taken from Mathura (birth place of Krishna) and leaf of a banyan tree, which is brought from Kurukshetra (where war of Mahabharata took place).


How to use this

1)You have to just switch on the wisdom flute by pressing for long the power button. The same button can be used to play or pause the music or shlokas.

2)The illustrative and speaking Gita contains aartis and other features which acn be used using the flute. You have to use the tip of the flute to use the available feature. For eg: If you want to listen to the shlokas in English just touch the given feature with the tip of the flute. Even the illustrative pictures contain sound option.

3)Every written shloka can be heard in Sanskrit, Hindi and English using the flute. You just have to touch the tip of the flute on that shloka to hear that.

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