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Gita 13.21-22 Material existence as a virtual reality
Gita Study Pune 2013 – 12.12-20 – The last rung in the Gita’s downward ladder of love
Gita Study Pune 2013 – 12.1-11 Arjuna’s question refers to Brahmavada not Mayavada
Gita Study Pune 2013 – 11.47-55 – How Virat Rupa revelation ends in glorification of bhakti
Gita Study Pune 2013 – 11.28-46 The Frightening Virat Rupa – Kala Rupa
Gita Study Pune 2013 – 11.1-27 The Magnificent Virat Rupa
Gita Study Pune 2013 – 10.19-42 How the Vibhutis manifest Krishna’s glory
Gita Study Pune 2013 – 10.19-42 How the Vibhutis manifest Krishna’s glory
Gita Study Pune 2013 – 10.1-7 – Review of the first nine chapters of the Gita
What does the statement that Prabhupadas purports are more important than even the translations really mean? And are scriptures written such that they cannot be misinterpreted?
What is the real translation of Gita 7.21?
Why does the Gita say that “for a respectable person, dishonor is worse than death” and also say “consider honor and dishonor are the same”?
Gita Overview Mumbai 18.73-78 Concluding messages from the Gita
Gita Overview Mumbai 18.65-72 – Comprehending dharman parityajya and vraja in 18.66
What is the basis for saying that the mode of goodness is right?
Gita Overview Mumbai 18.62-64 Why bhakti is the conclusive message of the Gita
Gita Overview Mumbai 18.54-62 Bhakti is the summit of spirituality but also reaches down to wherever we are
Gita Overview Mumbai 18.40-53 Rising to the brahman platform through devotionalized karma yoga within varnashrama
Gita Overview Mumbai 18.36-39 Choose happiness based on intelligence
18.35 Sustaining our determination is our responsibility
18.29-34 Intelligence in the three modes and its difference from knowledge in the three modes
Gita Overview Mumbai18.22-28 How the modes shape the doer and the deed
Gita Overview Mumbai 18.18-21 The motivations and components of action
Gita Overview Mumbai 18.12-17 Five factors of action
Gita Overview Mumbai 18.1-9 When renunciation does and doesn’t bear fruit
Gita Overview Mumbai 17.23-28 How om tat sat sanctifies and spiritualizes
17.15-22 Being soft-spoken and satisfied are matters of choice not just of nature.MP3
Gita Overview Mumbai 17.11-14 Understanding svabhava svakarma and svadharma
Gita Overview Mumbai 17.5-10 When austerities become demoniac
Gita Overview Mumbai 17.3-4 Panchopasana and religions in various modes
Gita Overview Mumbai 16.21-17.2 – Scripture takes us beyond nature nurture and culture
16.13-20 The demoniac treat religion as a social cosmetic
Gita Overview Mumbai 16.8-12 Atheists abuse science for demoniac purposes
Gita Overview Mumbai 16.1-7 Understanding pravrtti and nivrtti
Gita Overview Mumbai 15.15-20 Trishloki Gita refutes Mayavada unambiguously
Gita Overview Mumbai 15.9-14 Krishna arranges for even our material enjoyment
Gita Overview Mumbai 15.1-8 Analysis of the upside-down tree metaphor
Gita Overview Mumbai 14.22-27 Become an observer of the consciousness
Why does Prabhupada’s Gita 6.46 translation of karmi not include nishkama karmis?
Gita Overview Mumbai 14.17-21 Knowledge arises from sattva not abhyasa
Gita Overview Mumbai 14.11-16 How knowledge became redefined as the quest for power not truth
Gita Overview Mumbai 14.1-10 Characteristics of the three modes
Gita Overview Mumbai 13.20-35 A coherent understanding of the 6 items taught in Chp 13-
Gita Overview Mumbai 13.13-19 Understanding five koshas and achintyabhedabheda in the Gita
Gita Overview Mumbai 13.8-12 Role of bhakti in jnana and of jnana in bhakti
Gita Overview Mumbai 13.1-7 Vyashti and Samashti approaches to understanding reality
Gita Overview 12.12-20 Unraveling the mysterious hierarchy of 12.12
Gita Overview Mumbai 12.1-11 Progression from Virata Rupa to Impersonal Brahman
Gita Overview Mumbai 11.41-55 Pure devotion reveals all visions
Gita Overview Mumbai 11.24-40 Material destruction paves the way for spiritual ressurection
Gita Overview Mumbai 11.1-23 The background to understand Vishva-rupa – Yoga aishvarya to rupa aishvarya
Gita Overview 10.34-42 – Krishna as victory adventure and other opulent manifestations
Gita Overview Mumbai10.25-33 – Metaphors for understanding Krishna’s glories
Is ISKCON’s claim for a paramapara connection to understand the Gita not an attempt to monopolize the Gita?
Does the Gita’s instruction that we work without expecting results mean that we work without salaries?
Why did Krishna say to Arjuna that he had not shown the Universal Form to anyone else when he had shown it to Yashoda and Duryodhana?
When Krishna doesn’t recommend roots as items to be offered to him why do we offer him potatoes?
“Brahman spoke through Krishna by entering into him like a ghost.” How do we respond to this idea?
As devotees are sincerely trying to live according to principles can the mithyachari Gita verse 3.6 be applied to them?
Please explain how we become co-creators with God through sex, as you mention in your Gita-dailies
If dharma is our essential nature, then why does the Gita (18.66) ask us to abandon dharma?
Is the classification of the four kinds of miscreants in Gita 7.15 strict?
Is the tree at Jyotisar in Kuruskhetra the spot where the Gita was spoken?
Why does Krishna describe Maya as daivi in the Gita 7.14?
Chatur Shloki Gita 10.8-11 – Gita Jayanti (2012) – Hindi
Number Magic in the Bhagavad-gita
What is the difference between renunciation in passion and ignorance?
Are there clear references to “love” in the Gita? Are the words “devotional service” and “love” synonymous?
Can we experience spiritual happiness with material senses and mind?
Gita Study Mumbai 2012 10.12-10.25 Understanding the concept of Vibhuti
Gita Study Mumbai 2012 10.1-10.11 Knowledge about Krishna – the rarity the speciality and the methodology
Gita Study 2012 9.26-9.34 Why is a sinful devotee considered saintly?
Gita Study Mumbai 2012 Gita 9.16-9.25 The Krishna factor in worship of the Universal Form and demigods
Gita Study Mumbai 2012 9.10-9.15 The four kinds of causes and the three kinds of jnana-yajna
Gita Study Mumbai 2012 9.1-9.9 The glory of knowledge about Krishna
Gita Study Mumbai 2012 8.23-8.28 Bhakti is superior to the paths of devayana and pitrayana
Gita Study Mumbai 2012 8.14-8.22 How the Gita identifies the supreme abode with Krishna’s abode
Gita Study Mumbai 2012 8.10-8.13 Understanding yoga-mishra bhakti
Gita Study Mumbai 2012 8.5-8.9 How to think of Krishna constantly
Gita Study Mumbai 2012 8.1-8.5 Understanding the link between objects words and concepts
How does the word bhavana in Gita 2.66 refer to fixed mind?
What is the higher taste for jnanis?
Is God everything? What exactly does the verse “vasudevah sarvam iti” mean?
The encouraging, more encouraging and most encouraging messages of the Gita
Why did the Lord give spiritual knowledge to the sun-god when he had already given it to Brahma?
Gita Study Mumbai 2012 07.24-30: Are Mayavadi interpretations of Gita justified?
Gita Study Mumbai 2012 07.15-23: Those who don’t surrender, surrender, and surrender to Krishnetara
Gita Study Mumbai 2012 07.04-14: How Krishna pervades the material world as its essence
Gita Study Mumbai 2012 07.01-03 – Understanding phenomenon and noumenon
Gita Study Mumbai 2012 – 06.42-47: The Glory of Bhakti
What is the difference between householder devotees and karma-yogis?
Why Srila Prabhupad is using “the Lord’s not forgetting” as proof for his having transcendental body?
What is importance of Sandwich analogy to explain Bhagavad Gita from philosophical perspective?
How the Bhagavad-gita is special among all books in the world – Gita Jayanti class
Gita Study Mumbai 2012 6.35-41: Understanding the Gita flow from dhyana-yoga to bhakti-yoga.mp3
Gita Study Mumbai 2012 6.29-34 Krishna’s position in the path of dhyana-yoga
If Krishna says “Go beyond the Vedas” in Bhagavad Gita, then why do we take the Hare Krishna Mantra from the same Vedas?
Gita Study Mumbai 2012 06.22-28 Transforming emotions from obstacles to pathways towards samadhi
Gita Study Mumbai 2012 06.15-21 Taking the mind through the five stages of mind control
Gita Study Mumbai 2012 – 06.08-14 Going from knowledge to realization
What is the basis for saying that Arjuna engaged in contemplation according to Gita 2.62-63 when he did not fall down as the verse predicts?
What is the basis for equating Arjuna’s Gandiva bow with our determination?
Gita Study Mumbai 2012 06.01-07 Understanding how the mind deludes
Gita Study Mumbai 2012 05.24-29: How knowing Krishna brings peace
Gita Study Mumbai 2012: 05.17-23 The four investments for gaining knowledge of Krishna.mp3
Gita Study Mumbai 2012: 05.09-16 Understanding who is the actual doer
Gita Study Mumbai 2012 05.01-08: How Krishna subtly but surely changes Arjuna’s conceptions about the hierarchy of karma yoga and jnana yoga
Gita study Mumbai 2012- 04.34-42 Glories of transcendental knowledge
Gita study Mumbai 2012- 04.26-33 Different kinds of yajnas and their underlying principles
Gita study Mumbai – 2012 04.18-25 How the internal consciousness prevents bondage
Does the Supersoul control the the soul’s desires?
Gita study Mumbai 2012 – Different approaches for scriptural study
Gita study Mumbai 2012- 04.10-17 Understanding Krishna’s nature
Gita study Mumbai 2012- 04.07-09 The three obstacles to knowing Krishna
Gita study Mumbai 2012- 04.01-06 How the parampara is continued or lost
Gita study Mumbai 2012- 03.37-43 Lust is not just dangerous but also treacherous
Gita study Mumbai 2012- 03.31-36 The middle way between total supression and unrestricated expression
Gita study Mumbai 2012- 03.25-30 Four differences between karma kandi and karma yogi
Gita study Mumbai 2012- 3.21-24 Are Krishna’s action are immoral
Gita study Mumbai 2012- 3.14-20 Playing our part in the cycle of sacrifice
Gita study Mumbai 2012- 3.9-13 Understanding the principles and mechanism of yajna
Gita study Mumbai 2012- 3.1-8 The principles and purposes underlying renunciation
Gita study Mumbai 2012- 2.67-72 Going beyond sense control to mind control
Gita study Mumbai 2012- 2.62-66 Avoiding undesirable contemplation
Gita study Mumbai 2012- 2.55-61 Becoming a sthita prajna
Gita study Mumbai 2012- 2.48-54 Understanding and living the three definitions of yoga
Gita study Mumbai 2012- 2.46-47 Understanding 4 parts of karmanya va dhikaraste
Gita study Mumbai 2012- 2.26-38 Refuting materialism
Gita study mumbai 2012 – 2.39-45 How karma yoga is superior to karma kanda
Gita study Mumbai 2012- 2.17-25 Characteristics of the soul
Gita study mumbai 2012- 2.1-16 Gita begins by refuting mayavada
Gita study Mumbai 2012- 1.27-46 Giving up horizontal relationship for vertical relationship
Gita study Mumbai 2012- 1.1-1.25 Introducing Mahabharat character
In the Bhagavad gita verse 14.6, what does ‘being conditioned by a sense of happiness and knowledge mean’?
Do BG 18.20 and 18.21 support a Brahmavad conception of God?
How hearing does wonders BG 7.1
Why are the chapters of the Bhagavad-gita named differently by different acharyas?
Understanding “action in inaction and inaction in action” as mentioned in Bhagavad-Gita 5.17.
When Krishna spoke the Gita to the sun-god, was that Gita exactly the same as was spoken to Arjuna?
Why does Prabhupada say in Bhagavad Gita 2.62 purport that Lord Shiva is not able to control his senses?
Why does Srila Prabhupada translate karma-yoga as “devotional service”?
When the soul obviously moves, how do we to explain the Gita 2.24 statement that the soul is immovable?
Is Vyasadeva not doing self-glorification when he writes “by the mercy of Vyasa” in the Gita ?
Why does Krishna refer to himself in the third person in the Gita?
Krishna has himself given the Vedas; then why does he tell us to go beyond the Vedas in the Gita 2.46?
My heart tells me that jnana-yoga is the best path for me. What should I do?
What happens to demigods when yajna is stopped?
How do we understand the scriptural statement that we are not the doers?
Does the Bhagavad-gita teach that all paths lead to the same goal?
If consciousness is spiritual, then why is it said to a part of the material field in Chp 13 of the Gita?
Systematic overview of all Bhagavad-gita verses in 50 hours
In the Gita 1.1, why is Dhritarashtra’s asking “What did they do?” in the past tense instead of the present tense?
How can one understand “action in inaction and inaction in action”
Gita Overview Hindi
Gita Overview 2 (2.1-2.30)
Gita Overview 5 (2.54-3.8)
Gita Overview 1 (1.1-1.46)
Why does Srila Prabhupada add electricity in the translation of 15.6?
Why does Srila Prabhupada give two contradictory translations of the word “vraja” in 18.66?
Why does the Gita say that “I am intelligence among women?”
Why is “Sri Bhagavan uvaca” in the Bhagavad Gita translated as “The Blessed Lord”? said”
Are there any references in the Gita to the chanting of the holy names?
Is the Bhagavad-gita an extremist book?
Is the metaphorical interpretation of the Gita’s battlefield setting authorized?
Why does the Bhagavad-gita call for violence?
Bhagavad-gita for the Jet-age
The Gita’s Secret Message Of Love
Why is the Bhagavad-gita so pessimistic?
Emotional Exchanges between Krishna and Arjuna in the Gita
The Gita’s Message of Love
Why does the Gita recommend working with detachment?
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