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The Supreme Personality of Godhead Lord Śrī Kṛṣṇa and His dear friend and devotee, Śrī Arjuna
The Bhagavad Gītā Ślokas (Verses) in Tamil,
broken into 4 lines (edited by HG K N Chellappa prabhu)
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Download Gītā Verses Audio (MP3) ***Sanskṛt*** from these www.gitajayanti.org links :-
Download Gītā Audio (MP3) ***English (Translations)*** :
Visit Gītā Jayanti International
Download Gītā Jayanti resources from here:
Audio MP3 (Sanskṛt & English Trnaslations)
& Text (Simplified Romanized Sanskṛt, Devanāgarī etc.)
News & Happenings
from around the world
for Gītā Jayanti
observances & promotion
Join the GJI network
and post your reports,
photos & videos
Spread Gītā Singing EVERYWHERE!
at EVERY LEVEL -
school, family, neighbourhood, community, town, city, nationally
Use the GJI Network and GJ.org resources and get into action!
Start observing it in your home! Sing one verse every day!
Sing one chapter in a temple near you every Sunday - the faithful will join you!
Do your bit to make Gītā Jayanti a public holiday in your country!
Keeping Mother Gītā in the centre (not ourselves), let us work sincerely
to make Gītā Jayanti Day the most important Spiritual Holiday in the world - a REAL Holy Day!
Sample of Gītā singing, bhajan style using Simplified Romanized Sanskṛt - www.tiny.cc/gitasingalong
Download the Bhagavad Gītā Ślokas Book in Simplified Romanized Sanskṛt - www.tiny.cc/dinasgitabook
Dīna Anukampana Dās on Gītā Jayanti & Sanskṛt pronunciation course (TV interview, New Zealand) www.tiny.cc/dina-gj
The first ever grand Gītā Jayanti was held in Singapore in 1998, where it has become an annual event coordinated by the Singapore Hindu Endowments Board and led each year by a different leading Indian Cultural or Spiritual Organization - this year (2010-2011) it is led by the Singapore Gujarati Society. Their official website is www.gitajayanti.org.sg
As the founder of the project, and Honorary Secretary for the organizing committee of that first event, I wrote an article for the souvenir magazine - www.tiny.cc/gj98sg-magazine