Dashavatars of Bhagawat Gita
We have resolved to visually present Bhagawat Gita in 10 styles, catering to the different mindsets of people all over the world, by the year 2030. We have started this project in the year 2017, and So far we have completed three types of Bhagawat Gita in 6 languages, namely, English, Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, and Oriya. We are planning to do the same in a few more languages, like Urdu, Bengali, Marathi, Malayalam, Gujarati, Arabic, Russian, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Indonesian, German, Japanese, Korean and Turkish, during the years 2022 and 2025.
Let us see the first Type of Bhagawat Gita.
We have named this first version of Gita, the “Gita Tambura version”. Let us see the highlights of this first version now.
Generally, Gita is recited in a standard manta or shloka style, which will be easy for people who have some proficiency in Sanskrit. This kind of presentation will be difficult for beginners or children to get the original Brahminic diction of reciting a mantra. To overcome this and make everyone recite easily, we have composed this version with inspiration from Gabriella Burnel and made the shloka recitation style very plain, simple and soft with tambura backing.
Gabriella began studying Sanskrit at age five and philosophy at eight. She continued her Sanskrit studies at Oxford and has continued her studies in India, and the UK ever since and has been working privately as a Sanskrit tutor for many years in London. She aims to complete a PhD in Voice and the study of speech in Sanskrit.
After listening to this, one will get the confidence that they can repeat and recite along. Visit our Youtube channels to see this version fully (or) see the below video.
Now, let us see the second Type of Bhagawat Gita.
We have named this second version of Gita, the “Self-learning Bhagawat Gita with Hindustani Ragas”. Let us see the highlights of this second version now.
We all know that learning through reading books is slowly fading away in today’s digital world. So, it has become difficult for today’s children and youth to study and learn from books, and hence prefer to listen to video presentations available on YouTube or various Apps. If one tries to learn Gita from YouTube or from apps available on Android or iOS, most of the current versions are not found to be of great use for beginners.
With the desire to make us thoroughly understand the essence of Gita, our gurus are explaining every sloka too much in detail which is consuming a lot of time, and sometimes makes the sloka more complex to comprehend, and hence discouraging for today’s youth. This may be okay for middle-aged and old people, but not for today’s youth. They want everything straight, short, and crispy. To overcome this, we have presented the slokas along with their meaning in the simplest form. Every Sloka along with meaning will be completed in one and half minutes on average.
We are sure that all the formally educated, and about 50% of the uneducated can understand the meanings of all the slokas, and if they have any doubts on few slokas, they can get them clarified from the panel of gurus at Gita University. Visit our YouTube channels to see this version fully (or) see the below video. We are sure, that if one can just play these self-learning Gita audios or videos, in their free time at home, or at the office, or just before bed, one can effortlessly understand Bhagawat Gita completely.
Now, let us see the Third Type of Bhagawat Gita.
We have named this 3rd version of Gita, the “Bhagawat Gita with Fusion Music”. Let us see the highlights of this version now.
For the new generation of music lovers, we made Bhagawat Gita with a Fusion of Indian, Middle Eastern and Western Music. This is a completely unorthodox approach to learning or listening to Bhagawat Gita. All the 18 chapters are done with 18 types of music beats, and we are sure that they will give a new dimension of happiness for the listeners. Visit our YouTube channels to see this version fully (or) see the below video. Seven more versions of Bhagawat Gita will be made by the year 2030.
The final 10th version, the Dashavatar.
The final 10th version, the Dashavatar, will be an extraordinary spectacle, a virtual reality of 108 feet tall Lord Vishnu himself, narrating the Gist of Bhagawat Gita in Q&A format to Arjuna, for 45 minutes. In the end, there will be a spellbound visual presentation of the Viratroop, for 2 minutes. This will spin the people of all the cultures towards dharma which leads to Vishva Shanti.
Lifetime access for the Self-learning Gita with Hindustani ragas and Fusion Music Gita, is available for donors who donate Rupees 10000 or 140$, for the construction of Gita University. People may also donate 199 rupees or 2$ every month and get access to the two versions reserved for our donors. This amount will be used for making the remaining 7 7 types of Bhagawat Gita as explained so far..
How to find the Gita App on Android or iOS?
See the first two activities in our website’s activities menu bar (or) see the download links in the above paras.
Jai Shri Krishna.