This is the anniversary of the Srimad Bhagavad Gita, which was spoken by Lord Sri Krishna at a place known as Jyotisar Tirtha, on the occasion of the birth of his son Arjuna and his family. Every year on this anniversary, devotees of Lord Krishna pray the Bhgavad Gitas. Today is a special day in the history of Hinduism, the day after the death of ArJuna, for whom Lord Hare Krishna pronounced the “Bhakt gita.”
Organized celebrations are also held at the Gita Jayanti, where the values of Dharma are taught to the young people through the Gitas. Organized celebrations are also held at GitaJayanti, where the full value and Dharma is taught in the explanations of these Gitas. Organization of Bhagavad Jyotisar Tirtha: Organized celebrations were also held on “Bhakt Gita Day” in India.
The temples of Lord Krishna celebrate this day with much enthusiasm and energy, and the Puja for Lord Krishna is performed. Have a special prayer for the Gita Jayanti and also have Darshan of Lord Krishnan in his temple on the day of “Bhakt Jyotisar Tirtha Day.” Have special prayers for Bhagavad Bhakt Gitas Day, the holy day, in your temple or in the temple of your choice, every day at GITA Jayante. Perform pujas for special prayers and pujas during the special prayer of GitaJayanti on this special day.
In the Bhagavad Gita, Lord Krishna Arjuna offers tips on how to practice selfless action and gives him tips on how to perform magnanimous activities with the most competent methods. These tips are so important that they can also be used for a life of peace and harmony. In celebration of Bhakt Gitas Day and also on the day of Bhakt Jyotisar Tirtha Day, it is nice to remember the principles and messages that Krishna teaches.
This subject is less detailed in the Bhagavad Gita, but the Anu Gitas deal with it much more than they ignore it. For this reason I explain the meaning of the Bhakt Gitas Day and also of the Jyotisar Tirtha Day, because each individual must read the facts of what he or she teaches and must understand and feel the supreme Lord Shree Krishna.
In Chapter 2 of the Bhagavad Gita, Krishna says that most people think that this is the message of the Vedas to reach Heaven and that there is nothing left in it. But at the beginning of Anu Gitas he says to Arjuna: “Bhakt Gitas, this is your Bhakt Jyotisar Tirtha, you are enough to take on Brahman, the supreme being. Both the Ano GITas and the ebhagvad gita emphasize this, and perhaps this is why we have the Srimad Bhaggavads and BhgavAD Gitas today. Chapter 3 of Bhogavat Gittas of Akshayana states that it is sufficient in itself to compete against the supreme being of the Brahmins.
Gita Jayanti is celebrated by reading the Bhagavad Gita with great joy and respect and discussing with scholars how we are all beneficiaries of humanity in the 21st century. It is also celebrated as a day when priests and scholars can learn from their learned priests and discuss with them how the teachings of the Vedas and the wisdom of Bhakt Jyotisar Tirtha, the Supreme Being, still benefit humanity today. GITA Jay Anti – Tag: Celebrate Gitas Jay anti-day, read Bhgavads and their teachings and how they have helped humanity, and celebrate them as an opportunity to read them with the greatest joy and respect.
The main purpose of the celebration of Gita Jayanti is to remember the words of GITA and to apply them in daily life. The main objectives of the celebrated Gitas Jay anti-Day are to remember and apply the thoughts of Gitas in the routine of life, not only for the purpose of celebration, but also as a means of introspection – reflection and reflection on the teachings of Bhakt Jyotisar Tirtha, the Supreme Being, as well as an opportunity for meditation and meditation on his teachings and the wisdom of the Vedas, and also for spiritual growth and development of his mind and body. But the main reasons for celebrating it are the same as on any other day: to recall the word Gita and apply it to daily life.
The faithful should worship, perform Aarti, read Moksha Ekadashi, Vrat Katha or, as I would say, read and perform the Moksha Ekadsa. If you know everything about Krishna, can you tell me what the purpose of the Bhagavad Gita is?
Several scholars believe that the Bhagavad Gita is actually one of the most important books in the history of Hinduism and the oldest texts in the world. It is said that she is the source of all the teachings of Krishna and also the basis for all his teachings. Several scholars believed that it was indeed a book of great importance to Krishna and his followers, as well as to the people of India and other parts of Asia. Several scholars believe that it was indeed a book of great importance for Krishna and his disciples, such as the Bible, the Vedic texts and many other books. Many of them believed in it as a guide to all kinds of teachings about the nature of life and the purpose of life.