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Srimad Bhagavad Gita | श्रीमद भगवद गीता

Shrimad Bhagavad Gita

“Gita” is a Holy Book which is a repository of spiritual knowledge. In the present time, it is known as a Holy Book of the Hindus. Actually, Holy Gita is a scripture of the world. It originated approximately 5550 (five thousand five hundred fifty) years ago from today, 2012, at the time of the battle of Mahabharat. At that time, there was no religion. There was only one Sanatan Panth, that is, Mankind religion. A word is indestructible. It enters the mind-like WhatsApp of those pious souls whose network is correct. It got loaded in the mind-like WhatsApp of Maharishi Vyas ji (Shri Krishna Dwaipayan). From there itself, Shri Ved Vyas ji wrote Holy “Shrimadbhagavat Gita” on paper or inscribed on the palm leaves, that is available with us today as Holy Gita. There are in total 18 (eighteen) Chapters and 700 (seven hundred) Verses in Holy Book Gita. I have taken description from this Holy Book as per requirement, and composed this Text “Gita Tera Gyan Amrit”. Like, there are herbs in a forest. A doctor takes necessary herbs from that forest and prepares a life-giving medicine from them. The forest still exists.

Similarly, consider the book “Gita Tera Gyan Amrit” to be a medicine, and take sips of knowledge by reading it, and get your disease of birth-death cured.

Human life is incomplete without spiritual knowledge. Even if someone has a wealth worth billions, he or she still feels there is something missing in his or her life. For its fulfilment, a person goes to tourist places. At that time, one somewhat feels good, but it cannot make the whole life good, neither is self- welfare possible from it. After two-three days, the same routine commences. Even then, there seems to be some incompleteness. That deficit is of the bhakti of God. For its fulfilment, a religious person of the world performs his or her customary religious practices. If that religious practice of that worshipper is according to the scriptures, then it will be beneficial. If abandoning the injunctions of the scriptures, one behaves arbitrarily i.e., performs wilful religious practice, then according to Gita Chapter 16 Verse 23-24, it is useless. Neither does the worshipper attain happiness, nor spiritual success or supreme salvation i.e., it is futile religious practice. Some devotees do bhakti after taking initiation from a guru. If the guru is complete, then they will get benefit; otherwise, that way of worship is also useless.

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