Bhagavad Gita Mahatmya

Bhagavad Gita Mahatmya or Greatness of Srimad Bhagavad Gita

One who, with a regulated mind, recites with devotion this Bhagavad-gita scripture which is the bestower of all virtue, will attain a holy abode such as Vaikuntha, the residence of Lord Vishnu, which is always free from the mundane qualities based on fear and lamentation. (1)

If one reads Bhagavad-gita very sincerely and with all seriousness, then by the grace of the Lord the reactions of his past misdeeds will not act upon him. (2)

One may cleanse himself daily by taking a bath in water, but if one takes a bath even once in the sacred Ganges water of Bhagavad-gita, for him the dirt of material life is altogether vanquished. (3)

The Gita should always be sung with devotion. This divine song emanated from the holy lotus mouth of the Supreme Lord Himself, Lord Sri Krishna, What more can any other scriptures give? (4)

By drinking the Ganges waters of the Gita (i.e. by devotionally reciting the Gita), the divine quintessence (nectar) of the Mahabharat emanating from the holy lotus mouth of Lord Vishnu, one will never take rebirth in the material world again (the cycle of birth and death will be terminated) (5)

All the Upanishads are like a cow, and the milker of the cow is Sri Krishna, the son of Nanda. Arjuna is the calf, the beautiful nectar of the Gita is the milk, and the fortunate devotees of fine theistic intellect are the drinkers and enjoyers of that milk. (6)

There need be only one holy scripture - the divine Gita sung by Lord Sri Krishna; only one worshipable Lord - Lord Sri Krishna; only one mantra - His holy names, and only one duty-devotional service unto that Supreme Worshipable Lord, Sri Krishna. (7)


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