The incarnation day of Geeta is Geeta Jayanti

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In our mythological literature, the Gita is seen as a source of knowledge. Many theories of life and many questions are answered in the Gita. Geeta says that we all want immediate results of every task, but without patience, ignorance, sorrow, fascination, anger, deeds and greed will not lead to retirement. The Gita is actually the book of life. It is not only a scripture but a wonderful and unique means of decaying sins.

The Gita isn't a spiritual book. It is a philosophical treatise and it talks about humanity. In the eighteen chapters of the Gita, there is a description of all the religion and karma of man. It discusses the karma and religion of man from the Satyuga to the Kaliyuga. The basis of the human race is hidden in the verses of the Gita. What Karma means to man, what is his religion, Krishna himself expanded it with his face on the land of Kurukshetra.

Generosity arises in life through reading, listening, listening and contemplation of the Bhagavad Gita. The Gita is not only to keep it in the house, tied in red cloth, but to read it and assimilate the messages. The contemplation of the Gita removes ignorance and leads to enlightenment. The Gita is the breath of God and the faith of devotees.

Our ancestors tell us that the birth of a human being is rare and priceless. We have not got it because we can only spend it in enjoyment. Some part of human birth should be saved from the business of the world and should be devoted to devotion and service to God.

The beginning of spirituality and religion is possible only with truth, compassion and love. Only when these three qualities are there will the religion flourish and flourish. The Gita is the scripture of auspicious life. If Gita teaches to die, this makes life blessed too. This is not only a religious book, it is also philosophy and knowledge. It leads us from exodus to effort. It teaches us to be overcome by suffering.

Mokshada Ekadashi fast

According to Brahma Purana, Margashirsha Shukla Ekadashi has great importance. In Dwapara Yuga, Lord Krishna preached the Bhagavad Gita to Arjuna on this day. That is why this date is known as Geeta-Jayanti. It has been said that after deciding Shuddha, Vidha and Niyam, etc., on the day of Margashirsha Shukla Dashami, eat once a day of moong dal and barley bread in the afternoon and eat it again on Dwadashi.

Worship the Lord and perform Ekadashi on Dwadashi after awakening at night. This Ekadashi is going to destroy the fascination. Hence it is called Mokshada Ekadashi. Lord Krishna says in the Gita that I am Margashirsha in months. The basic reason behind this is that on the day of Mokshada Ekadashi, there has been a teaching of Gita, which gives new direction to humanity.

Birth of geeta

On the day of Geeta-Jayanti, before the war of Mahabharata, Lord Krishna preached the Gita to the confused Arjuna. Therefore, this day is celebrated as the birthday of Srimad Bhagavad Gita. In the Mahabharata period, Gita was born before the terrible war of Kurukshetra. In that war, only brother stood with arms. That war was for the establishment of religion.

In that war, when Arjun saw his own grandfather, brother and gurus as enemies in front of him, his Gandivas started getting rid of hands, his legs trembled. He found himself unable to fight, then what Lord Krishna said to Arjuna is called Gita. Sri Krishna explained Arjuna the definition of karma and dharma. Inspired him to play.

How Gita Jayanti is celebrated

1 - The Bhagavad Gita is recited.

2 - Lord Krishna and Gita are worshiped in Krishna temples across the country. There is bhajan and aarti.

3 - The Gita expert says the essence of Gita. Debates on Gita are organized in many places.

4 - Fasting is done on this day due to being Mokshada Ekadashi.

5 - The teachings of the Gita are read and heard.