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Bhagavad Gita Online Class 84

The seven unique powers of women and a study of the Devi Bhagavad and the life of Vidhyaranya Swami about the Gayatri mantra and how it protects one who chants it   (chapter 10 verses 34 to 36)   


•The seven unique powers of women: kirti (fame), Shree (prosperity), vaak (speech), smriti (memory), medhaa (intelligence), druti (firmness) and kshama (patience). 


•How to have excellent speech and what you can tell about a person from their speech. 


•A study of the memory power and why women have been proven on average to have better memory that men. 


•A definition of Kshama (forgiveness) as when one has the power over another and yet still does not take revenge. 


•A study of the Brihatsāman hymn. 


•A study of the Gayatri mantra and how it protects one who chants it. Why the Gāyatri mantra is the Mahamantra. 


•A study of the Devi Bhagavat about effects of chanting the Gayatri mantra. 


•The three sandhyās in a day: prāta sandhyā (the end of the night and the beginning of the day), maddhyāna sandhyā (noon) and sāyam sandhyā (the end of the day and the beginning of the night). 


•A study of the Shankha Smruti about the qualities of the Gayatri mantra. A study of the life of Vidhyāranya Swami. 


•A study of the Samvartha Smurti, which shows us how we should perform jap (chanting) of the Gāyatri mantra. 


•Why Shree Krushna says that of the months, mārgasirsa (between November and December) is His vibhuti (divine manifestation). 


•Why Shree Krushna then says that all seasons, the flower-bearer Spring is His vibhuti (divine manifestation). 


•A study of the Keno Upanishad about why we should remember God during our victory. 


•Inspirational verses in Sanskrit that can make even the unhappiest of all people arise. 


•When great people achieve success in their work when it is because of their inner strength and not their means or instruments that they achieve success. 


Chapter 10 verse 34:


Chapter 10 verse 35:


Chapter 10 verse 36:


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