Catuh Shloki Gita


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Course Duration

6 Hours


90 Minutes

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Sessions per week

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About the Teacher



ISKCON Bhagavat Mahavidyalaya aims to provide a facility for its members to study, practice, and disseminate the teachings of Srimad Bhagavatam, along with the writings of the Gaudiya Vaisnava acaryas and the branches of Vedic philosophy, culture, music and science in the context of Srila Prabhupada’s teachings.

ISKCON Bhagavat Mahavidyalaya has been inspired by the service and efforts of His Grace Gopiparanadhana Prabhu and His Holiness Gaur Krishna Gosvami Maharaja. Their dedication toward the study and the dissemination of the teachings of Srimad Bhagavatam is the torchlight guiding us forward to serve this mission.

Course Overview

Course Overview:

The Bhagavad-gita is renowned for its profound philosophy, yet it also offers a path to experience sweet loving exchanges between humanity and divinity through the medium of philosophy. This self-study course invites you to uncover the beauty and sweetness of the Gita through a focused exploration of its four crest-jewel verses.

Course Content:

Module 1: Verse 10.8 - Attraction

Understanding what attracts us and how to develop an attraction for Krishna.

Module 2: Verse 10.9 - Association

Nurturing a supportive social environment that encourages and strengthens our devotion.

Module 3: Verse 10.10 - Application

Learning to connect with your inner voice and applying the wisdom of the Gita to daily life.

Module 4: Verse 10.11 - Absorption

Removing the obstacles that hinder us from fully immersing ourselves in Krishna's divine presence.

Course Materials:

For self-study, you will receive comprehensive handouts that contain explanations, insights, and relevant passages from the Bhagavad-Gita for each of the four modules.

Target Audience:

This self-study course is open to all individuals interested in delving into the spiritual and philosophical teachings of the Bhagavad-Gita.

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