The Bhagavad Gita Verses in Telugu, simplified into 4 lines

Easy-to-remember shortcut web address for this page:  www.telugugita.on.to


The Supreme Personality of Godhead Lord Śrī Kṛṣṇa 
and His dear friend and devotee, Śrī Arjuna



www.telugugita.on.to


The Bhagavad Gītā Ślokas (Verses) in Telugu,
simplified into 4 lines
(edited by HG Madhu Gopāl Hari Dās of Iskcon Tirupati
)


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This web page features the Bhagavad Gita specially formatted in Telugu in 4 lines
It comes in slideshow / presentation format, in 3 parts

On this page, you will find:-

All 3 Parts displayed as slideshows below.


you will also find:-


Links to view each of the 3 parts in fullscreen mode on Scribd.com
and how to download these for free in PDF format from Scribd.com.


furthermore you will find:-


Link to All 3 Parts of the Gita Verses In Telugu In 4 Lines on Scribd.com:
(Scribd Collections)    
http://www.scribd.com/collections/2975707/Bhagavad-Gita-Verses-in-Telugu-in-4-lines-Chapters-1-18-in-3-parts


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PART ONE:  Invocations, Maṅgalācarana & Chapters 1 to 6

(OF THREE PARTS)


Click on the right side of any slide to go to the next slide;  Click on the left side to go to the previous slide.
Click on the right side of any slide to go to the next slide;  Click on the left side to go to the previous slide.

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PART TWO:  Chapters 7 to 12      

(the middle 6 chapters constitute "the heart of the Gītā")

(PART TWO OF THREE PARTS)
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Click on the right side of any slide to go to the next slide;  Click on the left side to go to the previous slide.

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PART THREE:  Chapters 13 to 18 & Gītā Māhātmyaṁ

(PART THREE OF THREE PARTS)


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Click on the right side of any slide to go to the next slide;  Click on the left side to go to the previous slide. 










To view Part 1 in full-screen mode on Scribd, click here

To view Part 2 in
full-screen mode on Scribd, click here

To view Part 3 in
full-screen mode on Scribd, click here 
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To download Part 1 and save it as a PDF file,
click
here then click the blue Download  next to the Scribd logo, top left


To download Part 2 and save it as a PDF file,
click
here then click the blue Download  next to the Scribd logo, top left


To download Part 3 and save it as a PDF file,
click
here then click the blue Download  next to the Scribd logo, top left
.....(Coming Soon)..... 

(After downloading, use the free Adobe Acrobat Reader from www.adobe.com to view the PDF Files - use CTRL+L to display them in full-screen slideshow format)

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Link to All 3 Parts of Gita Verses In Telugu In 4 Lines on Scribd.com:

(Scribd Collections)    http://www.scribd.com/collections/2975707/Bhagavad-Gita-Verses-in-Telugu-in-4-lines-Chapters-1-18-in-3-parts



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Download the Telugu Gita text & PDF files from this page.




Traditional Gita in 4 lines (unicode Telugu fonts) online here.




Download Gītā Verses Audio (MP3) ***Sanskṛt*** from these www.gitajayanti.org links :-

  • For Downloading MP3 Invocations/Vandana (Maṅgalācaraṇa "oṁ ajñāna...") + Gītā Dhyānam + Chapters 1-6, please scroll down to the bottom of this page.


  • For Downloading Bhagavad Gītā Chpters 17-18 and the Varaha Purāṇa's Gita Mahatmyam please go to this page (click here)

  • Or if you have a good Internet connection, you can stream all the above recordings directly through the internet from Iskcon Desire Tree.com by clicking here (or by visiting THIS PAGE and clicking on the round green button.  (What is "stream"? What happens when you click the link is this:  A tiny file called an ".m3u Playlis"' is downloaded to your computer and it will open your default music player.  with all the above sound tracks in a playlist.  If you wish to skip forward to another page, either click the 'next' button on your player or find its 'now playing' list" and double click the chapter that you want.  The list of files in the playlist will be in this sequence :-

    1st  is the Invocations/Vandana (maṅgalācaraṇa - "oṁ ajñāna...")

    2nd  is the Gītā Dhyānam ("oṁ pārthāya pratibodhitām...."),

    next  will be all 18 chapters of the Bhagavad Gītā sung bhajan style, and

    lastly  will be the Gītā Māhātmyam (Varāha Purāṇa version).  I have informed our dear webmaster at Iskcon Desire Tree.com and hopefully it will be re-ordered soon.)



   Download Gītā Audio (MP3) ***English (Translations)*** :
  • For English reading of Śrīla Prabhupāda's translations (in MP3 Audio Format), please click here
  • For English text of Śrīla Prabhupāda's translations (in PDF Format), broken into phrases for easy reading, please click here














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Download Gītā Jayanti resources from here:
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Text (Simplified Romanized Sanskṛt, Devanāgarī etc.)
& Karaoke Singalong Gita



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Sample of Gītā singing, bhajan style using Simplified Romanized Sanskṛt - www.gitasingalong.on.to

Download the Bhagavad Gītā Ślokas Book in Simplified Romanized Sanskṛt - www.dinasgitabook.on.to

Dīna Anukampana Dās on Gītā Jayanti & Sanskṛt pronunciation course (TV interview, New Zealand) www.dina-gj.on.to



Historical Links;

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.gj98sg-magazine.on.to 









Subpages (1): Telugu Gita Files