Welcome to Bhagavad Gita Foundation
BHAGAVADGITA FOUNDATION is a non profit organization and was established on December 2, 2006. This is a Yajna being done without profit motive. We started an Organization The Bhagavad-Gita Foundation on 2nd December 2006 in order to extend our activities to the fields of spiritual and Social services beyond the release of Cassettes and CDs. For the present, the service thrust would be on organization of spiritual functions, spreading the gospel of Gita, serving the poor, giving educational help to the poor and street children.
We are confident of moving forward in our endeavors with great hope of help and blessings from persons like you that are supporting the protection of our great culture and heritage.
It is an immortal Indian classic of greatest truths for understanding God, Creation, Man and his divine powers. The Gita contains eighteen chapters and each one is called a “YOGA” signifying the need for transformation of a human being for right and righteous living.
Gita is both a scientific exposition and an artistic exuberance. It has the intellectual vigour, emotional appeal and spiritual depth. It showed the divine dimensions of man and the path for self-realization. Gita left nothing of the human life untouched and touched nothing unadorned. It dealt in detail the great Hindu concepts viz.,
- The relationship between the Jeevaatma (human soul) and the Paramatma
(God-supreme soul). God is in everything in the creation and everything
in creation is in God.
- The Karma theory that what you sow you would reap. Every action has a
physical and spiritual reaction (result) and it is the motive behind action that determines the right and wrong of each action and not action itself.
- The different types of individuals with qualities of Sattwa (Righteous Strength),
Rajas (the Emotional Passion) and Tamo (the Dull and Ignorant) gunas.
- The way of one becoming a self conquered and fully evolved individual
(Sthita Parjna and Poorna Purusha), by following the Jnana (Right Knowledge),
Karma ( Renunciation in duty), Bhakti (Devotion to God) and Raja
(Self Discipline through regulation of Mind) Yogas.
- The Gita defined “DUTY” of an individual in both secular and spiritual aspects.
It scientifically classified every thing in the creation from tiny atom to the infinite
universe and showed its harmony with the underlying power God and duty
as the way of self realization and realization of God.