Gita Jayanti Spreading the love of Lord Krishna - ISKCON Kolkata

On this day, 5000 years ago, on the battlefield of Kurukshetra, the Supreme Lord delivered the most confidential and topmost knowledge of devotional service to His lotus feet in the form of the Bhagavad-Gita to His dearmost devotee Arjuna, and to humanity at large, in order to help all devotees understand the purpose of life and the way to surrender to Him.This day is also called Mokshada Ekadashi. It generally come in the month of December.

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As stated in the Gita-mahatmya, if one properly follows the instructions of Bhagavad-Gita, one can be freed from all miseries and anxieties in this life, and one’s next life will be spiritual.

 

As we know that Bhagavad Gita is a book which is as opulent as Lord Krishna himself as it is the words directly coming from the mouth of Lord Krishna. 

People reading this book even once experience a positive in their life this festival is all about spreading this positiveness in our society,our locality and also imbibe it in our hearts too. This festival is like a gift for those who want to earn spiritual merits in their life as it is said if any one even distributes one Bhagavad Gita it is equivalent to distributing 1000 Bhagavad Gita in any normal days of the year. At the same time one who hears or reads also gets 1000 times more spiritual benefits than any normal days so it is the best time for a New person to experience the positive vibes in their life by taking directly the infusion of lessons of perfectness with the science of practicality to understand this, to experience this it does not take a very big sacrifice for anybody, especially for those who are totally engrossed in material life and cannot understand at times that whatever they are doing is going in the right direction and will lead them to success in life 

 

Sometimes we may even approach to spirituality but few common questions do comes in our mind which blocks our path, so for the convenience of all here are some questions answered for all the beginners 

 

Q1. what is the right time to read Bhagavad Gita ?

Ans.There is no such right time to read Bhagavad Gita all it requires is the right mood if you reading it with devotion, then it would help you a lot but if you are looking for or expecting too much of material benefits then you will only become more frustrated and nothing else the best mood is to completely surrender to Krishna and pray to him that whatever he had planned it for you may become easily bearable and does not shatters you into just a handful of ashes in the last with no importance. 

 

Q2. Where should we keep it in our house and how should we keep it ?

Ans. One can keep it in the place of worship or at a proper place in a bookshelf and the area should be cleaned in regular intervals of times but it should be read every day without fail by any one member of the family daily if possible then by all the family members .

 

Q3. Which day is the best day to start reading Bhagavad Gita ?

Ans. Again there is no such rule rather the day you start reading Bhagavad Gita that particular day becomes auspicious for you. 

 

Q4. Can one read Bhagavad Gita if they are non-vegetarians or can one read Bhagavad gita the same day when he or she consumed non-veg products ? 

Ans. YES any person can read Bhagavad Gita IRRESPECTIVE OF what they consume but that doesn’t mean that meat eating and intoxication is allowed in Bhagavad Gita .It should be rather be taken in this way that meat eating and intoxication(includes eating of onion and garlic) is a disease and to cure it one may read Bhagavad Gita As it is as a medication to that disease. To know why meat should be not consumed then click on the following link  https://youtu.be/at6HQNJsCa8  (7min approx). https://youtu.be/E7knzEdX5ow   ( 60min approx).

 

I hope this would be suffice to help any person seeking guidance for reading Bhagavad Gita one must remember that if we take a step ahead towards Krishna then he takes 10 steps toward us and help us in all ways possible. 

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  • Debasish chattopadhyay

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    January 19, 2020 at 5:41 pm

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