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Bhagavad Gita is a dialogue between Lord Krishna, the teacher and Arjuna, the student. The episode of Lord Krishna imparting knowledge to Arjuna occurs in the epic Mahabharata. There are totally 700 verses classified into 18 chapters. Krishna gives the essence of the entire Veda in his teaching. He explains in detail various disciplines like Karma Yoga, Devotion, Values, Meditation, and so on. Lord Krishna also imparts knowledge about the true nature of God, World and Beings and clearly points out the underlying oneness of God and Beings. In these 322 classes, all the 700 verses of the Bhagavad Gita are explained word by word, in keeping with Shankaracharyaâ€™s commentary. These classes will help the listener in gaining a thorough knowledge of the Bhagavad Gita. My Humble Thanks to Poornalayam for Bringing this vast resource of Bhagavad gita in tamil. Swami Guruparananda, a traditional teacher of Vedanta, is a disciple of Swami Paramarthananda. He has studied Vedanta in a systematic and exhaustive manner under his Guruâ€™s able guidance. He was initiated into the Sanyasa order by Pujya Swami Dayananda Saraswati. Swami Guruparananda teaches the Upanishads, the Gita and other Vedantic Texts, in Tamil. He elucidates these texts in a methodical and elaborate manner, and in the process drives home the relevance of this knowledge in our day-to-day life. Swamiji has been teaching Vedanta in Chennai since 1992. Seekers of truth from all walks of life are benefited by his classes. His regular classes have been meticulously recorded and are now available in CDs, in MP3 format. For the benefit of ardent students and seekers of the world at large, his talks are now being loaded on to this website. The list of Vedanta lectures given by him, till date, has also been put up on this website. Students and seekers may listen to the talks directly on this website. Talks can also be downloaded, free of cost, from this site.
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