All About Indian Festival Geeta Jayanti Samaroh


The Geeta Jayanti Samaroh (Kurukeshetra) in Haryana is an exceptional festival dedicated to the birth of Srimad Bhagwad Gita, the holy book of the Hindus. The day is observed with the reading of the Bhagavad Gita, followed by discussions and seminars by eminent scholars and Hindu priests to throw light upon the various facets of the holy book and its perennial influence on humankind for generations.

The Bhagavad Gita is not just an ancient scripture but also serves as an essential guide to better living and life and conducting business and communication to the modern world. Srimad Bhagwad Gita has since its inception been the philosophical guide and spiritual teacher for Hindus. In Gita, Lord Krishna has taught numerous lessons to Arjuna, one of the Pandavas which are considered to be ideal means of living one’s life. One of the most famous teachings of Gita followed since ages is “Karma Kar Phal ki asha mat kar”, which means that one should selflessly perform one’s duties and karma, not worrying about the outcome. Gita according to the HinduMythology provides solution for every problem that a man faces in his life.The greatest quality of Bhagavad Gita is that it prompts an individual to think, to take fair and right decision, to look at life differently and refreshingly without surrendering one's identity. The Gita has been addressing contemporary issues and solving for everyday problems of humanity for millennia.

Devotees and pilgrims from all over India gather in Kurukshetra to take part in the ritual bath in the hallowed water of the sacred ponds - Sannihit Sarovar and Brahm Sarovar. A fair is also organized that lasts for about a week and the people participate in prayer recitals, Gita reading, bhajans, aartis, dance, dramas, etc. The whole environment becomes divine and spiritual with numerous activities being organized. The fair lasts for about a week and the major attractions for the visitors are:

Shloka recital
Bhagwad Katha reading
Book exhibitions
Free medical checkup camps etc






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