Shrimad Bhagavad Gita Chapter 1 to 4

Set of 12 DVDs

The ultimate source of supreme wisdom, Shrimad Bhagavad Gita has been lucidly explained by revered master Anandmurti Gurumaa, bringing forth the principles of life as bestowed by Sri Krishna. This set features the expositions of chapter 1 till Chapter 4 of the Shrimad Bhagavad Gita. Sadgurudev Anandmurti Gurumaa's vivid explanation of these chapters brings alive the message of Gita. The opening chapter describes the setting of the battlefield, and the delusion faced by Arjuna on seeing the army of his friends and relatives, while the following chapter entails the quelling of Arjuna's doubts & delusion by Lord Krishna, as he surrenders to the Lord as his disciple. It explains the significance of surrender to the Guru, the real meaning of vairagya (dispassion), the impermanent nature of this world, the distinction between gross body and subtle body, the power of wisdom, the importance of a purified mind, the means of salvation, and the essence of karma. It's exhaustive and all-encompassing.
Exposition of the third chapter reveals in detail the path of action (karma yoga) and awakens wisdom in the heart of one seeking liberation from ignorance. It gives a comprehensive understanding of karma, origin, relation with the samskaras, types of karma, and it also shows the way out of the bondage of karma. This understanding not only fortifies the seeker's faith but also inspires surrender and becoming expectation-less, attachment-less, and affliction-less. Following this exposition is the revelation in the fourth chapter that opens the door to realise Krishna consciousness within. It is here that Sadgurudev has emphatically explained the significance of the gyana yagya, and how by surrendering to Guru, with faith the gyana evolves and burns all the actions. It also explains as to what a seeker's attitude should be towards his actions and how he should lead his life.
The entire explanation of Shrimad Bhagavad Gita by Anandmurti Gurumaa is available in 36 DVDs spanning 3 volumes. This is the first volume containing 12 DVDs.