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Thanks to all of you who have been reading my Blog "Bhagwat Gita & Our Life - Philosophy" regularly. Now I have made things easier for you to come to my Blog. Now you can come to my Blog directly by entering the URL address http://gitablog.com It will take you to my original blog only. However, earlier addresses http://gita-blog.blogspot.com or http://www.gita-blog.blogspot.com shall also take you to my Blog only.

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16 Comments:

Blogger govind said...

Sir
From where you are writing these blogs i mean from which country
By the way I am govind a lectuere in physics more interested on Bhavat gita and a regular reader and writer too
with regards
govind
govindkgd@yahoo.com

2:45 PM  
Blogger Sancho said...

I am from India only.

4:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for creating this site. I especially like the devotional videos with lyrics. Would you consider adding an English translation to some of your videos?

Thank you again,

Meena

8:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I´m an Indian lover!!
Thks for this site, i´m sure i will visit it everytime i can.
It will be useful to know why each deid is known by.
Regards
Vani

8:22 AM  
Blogger Tosh said...

Namaste Sancho Ji,
Your blog is very comprehensive and I use it as a reference often. My hindi is poor but your lyrics for bhajans makes life a lot easier. Can you help verify the lyrics for the bhajan Har Har Har Mahadev by Jagjit Singh http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CsZRTd_xgSc&feature=related
My attemp is like this
har har har mahadeve, shiv shankar aadi dev
parmeshwar ati dheshwar, pandav priya shashi shekar
vishwadhar vishwanath, ganga dhar deenanath
jhata jhot chandra dhari, dheenan ke hitkari
gauri pati nandhishwar, shaileshwar jag dheeshwer
Regards, Tosh.

7:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i am looking for a cd with the song aey malik tere bande hum.. i would like to buy it.. mail me on vishnee_y@yahoo.co.uk

12:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi,
I have been a silent reader of your blog. I really admire your writings. After going through every thing in you blog,i have many questions in my mind. I take this as an opportunity to clear myself form my mental blocks.My first question is 1) why do humans commit mistakes? 2) are they tempted to commit mistakes or commiting mistakes is the way to understand life?
3) Is there forgiveness for mistakes committed knowingly? but after committing the sin what if the human repents and starts journey towards spirituality?
I Hope to get answers to this question and wish it would fill my appetite with right directional answers. At the first place, thanks for going through my question.

9:30 AM  
Anonymous C.B.Sharma said...

Dear Sir,

Just let me know who will be responsible for "Action or Karma" ? Our soul or our body. if body will responsible. its mortal & how can its action or karma will affect on next birth because our soul is travelling there where not our body. & if our soul is responsible than why people said that soul is holy/Pure/divine. because in word of Action or Karma there are many Good, Bad karma. may be I am confused but I feel you will guide me.

Thanks
C.B.Sharma
c_b_sharma@indiatimes.com

1:40 PM  
Blogger Dr.Hariharan Ramamurthy said...

on the occasion of ganesh chaturthi I am reminded of how our ancestors were more progressive and had a better vision and imagination than the present generation of indians.

In India, the concept of organ transplant has been in existence from ancient times- the oldest example is Lord Ganesh - an example of xeno-transplantation.


every one keeps saying






Ramanuja's Commentary
Weapons are powerless to inflict any injury by cutting or piercing, fire is powerless to burn, water is powerless to wet and air is powerless to dry the eternal soul. The soul having the propensity of pervading everything being capable by its nature of interpenetrating all substances. It is subtler than any substance and no substance can penetrate it. The effects of cutting, burning, soaking, drying and others which takes place by weapons, fire, water, air and the rest penetrate the object which is the focus of their direction; but due to its impregnable nature the soul is uninfluenced being beyond the scope of the material substratum. Hence the eternal soul is unchangeable, immovable and everlasting “acchedyo-ayam adahyo-ayam

akledyo-asoshya ev ch

nity sarv-gatah sthanur


achalo-ayam sanatanah” (Bhagwat Gita: Chapter II verse 24)


"Sri Krishna said: For this individual soul is incapable of being cut; and insoluble, and can be neither burned nor dried. This soul is eternal, constant, omnipresent, unchangeable, immovable and everlasting."The body is perishable,subject to the process of aging,sickness and injury.

Our body is like our clothes that we wear on our body & after death these worn out clothes are dropped by the embodied soul . You in essence are a 'Soul' & this 'Soul' of yours shall wear another body ( read, shall wear another pair of clothes) after death. So this eternal Soul which is indestructible, changes its present embodied form for another embodied form, when the physical body perishes.


why is it that we are so attached to theses worn out clothes so much ?

why we don't want to donate theses clothes?

even when we are going to burn them and they are not going to remain in their present status ,and the same wornout clothes can give another Human being a new life.


we have heard of godaana, bhoodaanam ,vastra daanam etc

it is high time the Hindu religious heads come up with the value of kaya daanam ( donating your dead body/organs ) kaaya vastradaanam,(donating your wornout coth like dead body /organs )

12:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Geeta Ramchandani,
when ever i get time i am trying to spend my time to read this gita blog i like to read spritual thing,but when i trying to do meditation my mind is spred every where i cannat concntration one place can u suggest me what to do,and we r reading lot of thing but in our lifestyle we cannot follow our enger/eggo /short temper comes front of us what to do...geeta_710@hotmail.com

12:57 PM  
Blogger radica hotiram said...

hi my name is radica and was looking for some bhajan songs lyrics but cant find any .please and thank you for sending some for me ,,radica

12:24 PM  
Blogger radica hotiram said...

I really apperciate you for doing this for me ...thank you very much

12:26 PM  
Blogger GP said...

We learn in bhagwat that how to maintain the life circle in our life how to face the struggle and situations in life. Bhgwat massage is that do not live for love and aspectated life.

12:41 PM  
Blogger GP said...

Geeta teach us that how to face the struggle life never become a greedy do not live with aspectated and loveable if u love more out of limit and aspect more out of limit than you can become unhappy.

12:46 PM  
Blogger jayant dhruv said...

Very nice blog for Bhagavad Gita;
I SALUTE THAT aLL-BLISS MADHAVA WHOSE COMPASSION MAKES THE MUTE ELOQUENT AND THE CRIPPLE CROSS MOUNTAINS.

3:08 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

Nameste, can you help validate the lyrics for another Jagjit Singh bhajan that I dotted down...

ghan mein chhip rahi, jo dhamani
nand kumar ke pachhe thadri so hat radha dhamani
baal deesha apnay rang khelat, sharad sohai jamini
parmanand swami ras deejay, prem mudit gaj gamini

5:54 AM  

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