Discourse & Satsangs

Global Bhagavad Gita Convention (GBGC) 2022

This Convention aims to bring the universal message of Bhagavad Gita to people across the world. Held in reputed universities in East and West Coasts of USA from 2017-2019, the programme evoked great interest and inspiration in the attendees.

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Speakers for 2022 Global Bhagavad Gita Convention
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    Sri. M.Venkaiah Naidu
    Hon'ble Vice President of India
    Inaugural Ceremony, Chief Guest
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    Swami Bhoomananda Tirtha
    Founder and Visionary,
    Narayanashrama Tapovanam/CIRD
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    Hon'ble Ms. Justice Indira Banerjee
    Supreme Court of India
    Guest of Honor
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    Swami Nirviseshananda Tirtha
    Narayanashrama Tapovanam/CIRD
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    Dr. Veronique Nicolai
    Pediatrician
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    Ma Gurupriya
    Narayanashrama Tapovanam/CIRD
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    Roopa Pai
    Writer, Journalist, Co-Founder-BangaloreWalks
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    Smitha Rani
    IT Professional, Volunteer-Samskrita Bharati
Cultural Performances

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    Ananya Ashok
    Vocalist
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    Malladi Brothers
    Vocalists
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    Dilip Acharya
    Vocalist

ESSENTIAL READING/VIEWING

  • Bhagavad Gita Chapter 2

    Ma Gurupriya

  • Bhagavad Gita Chapter 15

    Ma Gurupriya

Swami Nirviseshananda Tirtha

Bhagavad Gita for Personality Transformation

Right from birth, we are slave to our attraction and repulsion towards worldly objects and situations. Our mind constantly undergoes elation, depression, and agitation, depending on whether the objective situation we face is to our liking or disliking. We are fearful of losing what we like and facing what we dislike. Bhagavadgeeta wants us to transform this slavery into mastery by cultivating the “Yoga” attitude.

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Swami Bhoomananda Tirtha

Handling your afflicted mind

The interaction you have in life will also be with the good and bad, and the consequences will definitely be experienced by you. Rather than worrying about who is good and who is bad, particularly who is bad – because the ‘bad’ makes you suffer – why don’t you focus on the important factor that “it is I who suffer”?

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