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GEETA - MANDIR
The goal of Geeta Mandir is to help our community Practice, Promote, and Preserve Dharma. It's goal is to serve humanity by using the message of Bhagwad Geeta as its central tenet, while respecting all other Vedic and global religous scriptures.
At Geeta Mandir, Bhagwad Geeta is respected as the Voice of God. The Geeta Mandir itself is a house of God, where all devotees of God are welcome. The aspirants are encouraged to learn the knowledge in the Holy Geeta, and develop themselves on the spiritual path. Through this development they are expected to know more about themselves, about God, and their relationship with God. They are encouraged to develop their relationship with God according to their own temperatment, likes, and dislikes. They are encouraged to exhibit this relationship through positive acts and deeds in the outer world as a selfless service to humanity, living, and non-living entities. In the process, they are expected to become torch brearer of Truth for the coming generations.
आज का - सुविचार
- तुम जो भी करते हो अपने लिए करते हो।तुम जो भी करते हो अपने ही कर्म बनाते होतुम जो भी करते हो अपनी ख़ुशी के लिए करते होतुम जो भी करते हो उससे दूसरे को भी ख़ुशी मिले।तुम जो करते हो उसके करने से दूसरे का भी कल्याण हो।
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TREASURE OF DEVOTION, KNOWLEDGE AND ACTIONS
Bhagwad Geeta is the Voice of God. The scripture, consisting of 700 verses, expounds the Knowledge of God, i.e., the Holy Geeta helps us understand God and His Manifestations. The Holy Bhagavad Geeta provides the most profound explanation of Yoga, a way to know God Personally through direct knowledge. The Holy Geeta gives clear explanation and resolution of questions and dilema faced by a seeker on the spiritual path. The Holy Geeta is the source of most profound wisdom and truth.
The principles of living a Divine Life, propounded in the Holy Geeta, are for the entire humanity. Mahatma Gandhi called Bhagwad Geeta his mother, and took his inspiration of non-violence independence movement from the Holy Geeta. Bal Ganga Dhar Tilak, Swami Vivekananda, Rajendra Prasad, Radhakrishnan, Vinoba Bhave, and many other modern day leaders and saints have received inspiration from the Holy Geeta. Scientists like Albert Einstein and Oppenheimer were in awe when commenting on the Holy Geeta. Saints like Adi Shankar Acharya, Ramanuj Acharya, Gyaneshwar, Madav, and Aurobindo in the first and second millennium have held the Holy Geeta at the highest possible pedastal.