Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Four (4) - What it is about?



Chapter Four of Bhagwat Gita is entitled "The Yoga of Knowledge ,as well as, the disciplines of Action & Knowledge."

On the battle field of Kurukshetra, when Arjuna, the disciple of Lord Krishna got infatuated & forgot his duty to fight, then Lord Krishna reminded Arjuna of his duty to fight a lawful, justful war & gave him the teachings of Bhagwad Gita. Arjuna after having been taught in the path of knowledge by Lord Krishna came back to his path of duty & fought a lawful battle against the Kauravas (his enemies) & won the battle with the grace of Lord Krishna.

Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Four (4) is entitled "The Yoga of Knowledge ,as well as, the disciplines of Action & Knowledge." This Chapter has a total of 42 verses.

Verses 1 to 18 are about the Glory of God (Lord Krishna) with attributes; Karmayoga, or selfless action, described herein.

Verses 19 to 23 are about the conduct of Yogis and Sages, its glory described herein.

Verses 24 to 32 are about the different forms of sacrifices and it's fruits described herein.

Verses 33 to 42 are about the glory of Knowledge described herein.

To read complete chapter Four (4) Verse by Verse in Original Sanskrit Language Text & its English Translation.......Click here to read...........Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Four (Chapter-4)

Jai Jai Hanuman Austak - Lord Hanuman Prayer by Anup Jalota

"Jai Jai Hanuman Austak" is a beautiful Lord Hanumana Prayer by singer Anup Jalota. Lord Hanumana when invoked through this prayer certainely blesses his devotees & protects them.


Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Three (3) - What it is about?



Chapter Three of Bhagwat Gita is entitled "Karmayoga, or the Yoga of Action."
On the battle field of Kurukshetra, when Arjuna, the disciple of Lord Krishna got infatuated & forgot his duty to fight, then Lord Krishna reminded Arjuna of his duty to fight a lawful, justful war & gave him the teachings of Bhagwad Gita. Arjuna after having been taught in the path of knowledge by Lord Krishna came back to his path of duty & fought a lawful battle against the Kauravas (his enemies) & won the battle with the grace of Lord Krishna.

Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Three (3) is entitled "Karmayoga, or the Yoga of Action." This Chapter has a total of 43 verses.

Verses 1 to 8 are about the discussion of Lord Krishna & Arjuna about the Importance of the Performance of one's duty, in a detached way, according to both Jnanayoga & Karmayoga.

Verses 9 to 16 are about the necessity of Performing Sacrifices etc.

Verses 17 to 24 are about the necessity of action on the part of the wise and even on the part of God Himself, for the good of the world.

Verses 25 to 35 are about the marks of the Wise man and the marks of the unwise man. There are instructions about performance of action without attraction and repulsion.


Verses 36 to 43 are about, how one should overcome the desire.

To read complete chapter Three (3) Verse by Verse in Original Sanskrit Language Text & its English Translation......Click here to read...........Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Three (Chapter-3)

Lord Hanuman Bhajan - "Aaj Mangalvaar Hai" - Music Video

"Aaj Mangalvaar Hai Mahaveer Ka Vaar Hai" is a beautiful Lord Hanumana Bhazan. If Lord Hanumana is invoked through this Bhajan every Tuesday then certainely Lord Hanumana blesses his devotees & protects them.

Monday, January 28, 2008

Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Two (2) - What it is about?



Chapter Two of Bhagwat Gita is entitled "Sankhyayoga or the Yoga of Knowledge."
On the battle field of Kurukshetra, when Arjuna, the disciple of Lord Krishna got infatuated & forgot his duty to fight, then Lord Krishna reminded Arjuna of his duty to fight a lawful, justful war & gave him the teachings of Bhagwad Gita. Arjuna after having been taught in the path of knowledge by Lord Krishna came back to his path of duty & fought a lawful battle against the Kauravas (his enemies) & won the battle with the grace of Lord Krishna.

Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Two (2) is entitled "Sankhyayoga or the Yoga of Knowledge." This Chapter has a total of 72 verses.

Verses 1 to 10 are about the discussion of Lord Krishna & Arjuna relating to Arjuna's faint-heartedness.

Verses 11 to 30 are about the "Sankhyayoga" & this Yoga of Knowledge is described herein.

Verses 31 to 38 are about the Kshtriya's duty to engage himself in fight.

Verses 39 to 53 are about the " Karmayoga" (the Yoga of Selfless Action).

Verses 54 to 72 are about the marks of the man of stable mind and glories of such a man are described herein.

To read complete chapter Two (2) Verse by Verse in Original Sanskrit Language Text & its English Translation......Click here to read...........Bhagwat Gita: Chapter Two (Chapter-2)

Sunday, January 13, 2008

Bhagwat Gita: Chapter One (1) - What it is about?

Chapter One of Bhagwat Gita is entitled "The Yoga of Dejection of Arjuna."

On the battle field of Kurukshetra, when Arjuna, the disciple of Lord Krishna got infatuated & forgot his duty to fight, then Lord Krishna reminded Arjuna of his duty to fight a lawful, justful war & gave him the teachings of Bhagwat Gita. Arjuna after having been taught in the path of knowledge by Lord Krishna came back to his path of duty & fought a lawful battle against the Kauravas (his enemies) & won the battle with the grace of Lord Krishna.

Bhagwat Gita: Chapter One (1) is entitled "The Yoga of Dejection of Arjuna." This Chapter One has a total of 46 verses.

Verses 1 to 11 are about the Description of the Principal warriors on both sides (Kauravas & Pandavas) with their fighting qualities.

Verses 12 to 19 are about the Blowing of conches by the warriors on both the sides.

Verses 20 to 27 are about; when the Arjuna observes the warriors drawn up for the battle.

Verses 28 to 46 are about; when the Arjuna is overwhelmed by the Infatuation & when Arjuna gives expression to his faint-heartedness, tenderness & grief.

To read complete chapter one (1) Verse by Verse in Original Sanskrit Language Text & its English Translation......Click here to read...........Bhagwat Gita: Chapter One (Chapter-1)

"Tumhi Ho Mata Pita Tumhi Ho, Tumhi Ho Bandhu"- a God Prayer

"Tumhi Ho Mata Pita Tumhi Ho, Tumhi Ho Bandhu Sakha Tumhi Ho" is a Hindu God Prayer.