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श्रीमद्भगवद्गीता - अद्वैतवेदान्तदृष्ट्या प्रतिश्लोकमध्ययनम् (आङ्ग्ल-भाषया)

Understanding the Gita - Verse by Verse (English Explanation)

This course deals with each verse of Gita from a point of view of Advaita Vedanta, entirely based on Swami Paramarthananda’s classes on Gita. It introduces lot of practical advices/framework/guidelines for householders/working professionals to follow.

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About the Course

What will you gain from this course? (Key Benefits / Learning Outcomes)

  • Good understanding of the Gita and its practical relevance.
  • Framework and Guidelines from the Gita for Householders and Professionals to lead a spiritually aligned life.
  • Knowledge of key concepts of Vedanta in the light of the Gita verses.

What are the materials/support you get?

  • 150+ live, interactive sessions.
  • Opportunities to raise your doubts and get them clarified directly from the teacher.
  • Access to recordings of classes (both Video and Audio) which you can access anytime for repeated listening or catching up with missed portions.
  • Presentations used for the classes in PDF format.

What are the pre-requisites to get the best out of this course? (Eligibility)

  • Beginners who have faith (Shraddha) in the scriptures and have just started a study of Vedanta.
  • No prior knowledge of Sanskrit language is expected. Learners will be slowly introduced to the key Sanskrit terms required for understanding the text.
  • Knowledge of Spoken English is mandatory
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The Bhagavad Gita is one of the most followed and sacred scriptures of Hindus. It is the text of 700-verses which is part of the epic Mahabharata’s Bhishma Parva. It is said that Bhagavad Gita is written by Lord Ganesha which was told to him by Vyasa.

The setting of the Gita on a battlefield has been interpreted as an allegory for the ethical and moral struggles of human life. The Gita has 18 chapters in total.

Dialogue between Kaunteya Arjuna and his guide and charioteer Krishna is a narrative framework of Gita. At the starting of the war which is often referred as Dharma yuddha between Pandavas and Kauravas, Arjuna is infused with ethical dilemma and despair about the violence and death of his own people which war will cause. Thinking of the loss of his own people he puts off his weapons and seeks the advice of Krishna. Shree Krishna advises Arjuna to fulfill his Kshatriya duty to uphold the Dharma. Conversation between them in the form of questions and answers is Bhagavadgita. This interlocution covers a broad range of spiritual topics, touching upon ethical dilemmas and philosophical issues that go far beyond the war Arjuna faces. The Bhagavad Gita presents a synthesis of Vaidic ideas about dharma, theistic bhakti, and the yogic ideals of moksha. The text covers Jnana, Bhakti, Karma, and Raja Yoga (spoken of in the 6th chapter) incorporating ideas from the Samkhya-Yoga philosophy.
This course is entirely based on Swami Paramarthananda’s classes on Gita. Lord Krishna introduces a lot of practical advice/framework/guidelines for householders/working professionals to follow. Swami Paramarthananda has presented this course in a very beautiful and grand manner often creating acronyms, pneumonic for easy memorization and recall. All of these shall be covered during the course.
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