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Gita Jayanti Date Year 2016 to 2021





Gita Jayanti is observed on the 11th day of the Shukla Paksha (waxing phase of moon) of Margashirsh month as per traditional Hindu calendar.



Gita Jayanti Date of Year 2016: Saturday 10 December
Gita Jayanti Date of Year 2017: Thursday 30 November
Gita Jayanti  Date of Year 2018: Thursday 18 December 
Gita Jayanti Date of Year 2019: Sunday 8 December
Gita Jayanti Date of Year 2020: Friday 25th  December
Gita Jayanti Date of Year 2021: Tuesday 14th  December





About Gita Jayanti




According to the traditional Hindi calendar, Gita Jayanthi falls on the Ekadashi day of Shukla Paksha or the bright half of the Margashirsha month (November-December).The Bhagavad Gita is considered the most important and influential Hindu scripture for its philosophical, practical, political, psychological and spiritual value. Gita Jayanti is celebrate to commemorate the birth anniversary of Bhagvad-Gita, the sacred text of the Hindus at Kurukshetra. This Day known as Mokshada Ekdashi and Vaikuntha Ekadashi.It is that sacred day when Lord Krishna gave the immortal message to Arjuna in Kurukshetra. Followers of Lord Krishna all over the world celebrate this day.

Gita Jayanti is celebrated by reading the Bhagavad Gita and discussing it with learned priests and scholars about how it has been benefiting humanity even today. Followers of Lord Krishna also fast on this as it falls on Ekadashi. Many devotional songs are sung and danced on together. People perform puja and distribute sweets. The main purpose of celebrating Gita Jayanti is to recall the words of Gita and to apply it in our daily life. It allows individuals and families to lead a courageous as well as an active life that is productive.All Hindu temples, especially those dedicated to BhagvanVishnu and Sri Krishna, conduct special pujas on the day.



Gita Jayanti Significance

 


The Bhagavad Gita is considered by many Hindus to be the holiest of all the scriptures in Hinduism. It is one of the most often quoted Hindu scriptures within Indian (and perhaps even Western) literature. The Gita is a central treatise of the expansive epic, the Mahabharata. It is often referred to as the jewel in the crown of hindu philosophy and religious thought. The Gita consists of 18 Chapters and 700 verses that formed the discourse given to Prince Arjuna of the Pandava dynasty by Lord Krishna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra.

gita-132.jpg - While the Bhagavad Gita is considered by some to be the Bible of Hinduism, “the teachings of the Gita are broad, sublime and universal. They do not belong to any particular cult, sect, creed, age, place or country. They are meant for all. They are within the reach of all. The Gita has a message for the solace, peace, freedom, salvation and perfection of all human beings.”

Prince Arjuna was overcome by doubt and fear as he faced the prospect of doing battle with his half-brothers, gurus and friends. Lord Krishna, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, removed his doubts by teaching him about the four-fold yoga's of karma (action), bhakti (devotion), gyana (devotion) and prema (love).



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