Guru Gita


Guru Gita

The Guru Gita is a Hindu scripture of 182 versesFact|date=June 2007, authored by the sage, Vyasa. It is a part of the larger Skanda Purana. It describes a conversation between the Hindu God, Lord Shiva and his wife, the Hindu Goddess Parvati, in which she asks him to teach her about the Guru. Shiva answers her by describing the Guru principle, the proper ways of worshiping the Guru and the methods and benefits of repeating the Guru Gita.

Further reading

* The Nectar of chanting: Sacred texts and mantras sung in the ashrams of Swami Muktananda: Sanskrit transliteration with English translations SYDA Foundation Rev. ed edition (1978) ISBN 978-0914602163
* Paramhansa Pranavadarshan, Shri Guru Gita, Pranava, Inc. May 12, 2001 ISBN 978-0970779106
* Swami Shivom Tirthm, Shri Guru Gita - The Divine Song of the Guru Swami Shivom Tirth Ashram Inc February 25, 2006 ISBN 978-0967630656
* Swami Narayanananda, Sri Guru Gita, Divine Life Society October 11, 2005 ISBN 978-8170520924
* Nothing Exists That Is Not Shiva: Commentaries on the Shiva Sutra, Vijnana Bhairava, Guru Gita and Other Sacred Texts Siddha Yoga Publications January 28, 1997 ISBN 978-0911307566
* Baylin, Eric, The Guru Gita: An introduction SYDA Foundation 1997, ISBN 978-0911307580
* Pond Eddy, Shri Guru Gita: The Divine Song of the Guru—Meaning and Commentary, N.Y.: Swami Shivom Tirth Ashram, 2005

ee also

*Satguru

External links

* [http://www.hariomgroup.org/shrigurugita Shri Guru Gita] in English, Hindi, and MP3


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