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Bhagavad Gita Online Class 52

Love and marriage: the revolutionary nature and greatness of ShreeKrushna (chapter 7 verses 8 to 11)

•A glimpse into God's vibhuti (Divine Manifestations). The more successful that a person becomes then the more difficult it is for them to talk about their own identity. That is why God has such a difficult job in describing Himself. 

•The five gross elements and the five subtle elements. A study of the Tarkasandra and the logic of Vedanta in explaining these.

•An explanation of the Aumkar and the Gayatri mantra

•The difference between Satkarma (good deeds) and dushkarma (wrong deeds).

•The importance of and power behind words and why we should choose our words carefully. The power behind chanting the names of Ram and Krushna.

•The definition of purusharth, which represents someone who has seen the Truth.

•A study of Narsihn Mehta's bhajan entitled jyalagi atma.

•The meaning of the word rasmai (tasteful) and why life is not dull and tasteless

•A study of the poems of Kabir and Rabindranath Tagore about the importance of remaining alone.

•Why each and every person is a potentiality. The difference between how a mango tree and a lemon tree grow.

•A study of the six different types of tastes there are and the four different types of smells.

•Why people can forget everything in life but they cannot forget the difference between a man and a woman. The story of Sukhdevji's wisdom in the Shrimad Bhagavad.

•The difference between cleanliness and purity. The example given by Vinoba Bhave.

•The definition of tap (austerity) according to our scriptures.

•The meaning of the word Sanatana (without beginning).

•An explanation of what the intellect is.

•Why today in society there is a lot of cunningness but a lack of intelligence.

•The revolutionary nature of ShreeKrushna in describing Himself as the strength of the strong. The story of a soldier and his wife who were stranded at sea.

•Shrimad Adi Shankracharyaji's definitions of kaam (desire) and raag (attraction).

•The symbolism behind the name's of Kamsa's two wifes: asti (I have this much) and praapti (I will get this much)

•How the desire for progeny comes from God and is a mission. 

•An explanation of the mantras chanted during weddings.

•Why the writer of the Kama Sutra is regarded as a Muni (Sage) in Indian culture.


•Why Vatsalyan says in the Kama Sutra that one who learns and totally understands this scripture will win over his senses. 

•The different types of progeny that parents can have.

•Why the auspicious items that come during weddings are var (great).

•The differences between kaam (lust), prem (love) and bhakti (devotion).

•The story of how Goswami Tulasidas became a devotee of SiyaRam.


Chapter 7 verse 8:


Chapter 7 verse 9:


Chapter 7 verse 10:


Chapter 7 verse 11:


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