"Those who meditate on Gita will derive fresh joy and derive new meanings from it everyday," said Mahatma Gandhi once. Let us come together to comprehend this priceless
“Those who meditate on Gita will derive fresh joy and derive new meanings from it everyday,” said Mahatma Gandhi once. Let us come together to comprehend this priceless gift of God, implement the knowledge in our daily lives, and uplift ourselves.
Source: Commentary written by Swami Mukundananda, discussion in English
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A copy of Bhagavad Gita with Commentary by Swami Mukundananda
A hands free phone device
60 minutes of your undivided attention
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“I always had this inner urge to read Bhagavad Gita. To me, these sessions are such a blessing as they inspire me to read, listen, discuss, and reflect upon the knowledge.” Vaishali, Frisco, TX.
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“It is such a gift studying the Holy Bhagavad Gita in this class. On the surface it seems so simple to read together and have little discussions, but the experience is truly profound. I feel my heart deepening and also longing for more. Parts I have read before seem completely new and my eyes are opening to new aspects Each time at the close of class, I wish we could go on and on. Also the beautiful little stories and examples make the learning so much richer. There is something that happens during the class time together that seems beyond the telephone-gathering itself.” – Cynthia Bjork, Glastonbury CT
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