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Geeta Jayanti / Geeta Jayanti Samaroh

Geeta Jayanti The Geeta Jayanti Festival is celebrated by Hindus to commemorate the birthday of Bhagvad Gita. The Bhagavad Gita is the sacred and most important scripture of Hindu that influences numerous people. It is celebrated annually on the Shukla Ekadasi, 11th day of the waxing moon of Margashirsha month. Gita Jayanti is celebrated all over the globe by all devotees of Shri Krishna (supporters of Sanatana Dharma), who revere the holy text as their Divine Mother because she teaches (in a scientific and non-sectarian manner) how to re-establish the lost relationship with the Almighty (The Supreme God)

Geeta Jayanti Festival Date:

Geeta Jayanti Festival Date 2016- 10 December, 2016

Geeta Jayanti Festival Date 2017- 30 November, 2017

Geeta Jayanti Festival Date 2018- 19 December, 2018

Geeta Jayanti Festival Date 2019- 08 December, 2019

Geeta Jayanti Festival Date 2020- 25 December, 2020

Geeta Jayanti Festival Date 2021- 14 December, 2021

Geeta Jayanti Festival Date 2022- 03 December, 2022

It is believed that the immortal message of "Bhagavad Gita" was revealed by Lord Sri Krishna (an incarnation of Lord Vishnu) to Arjuna on the Kurukshetra battlefield. Followers of Shri Krishna all over the world celebrate this auspicious day with full enthusiasm. Lord Krishna removed his doubts by teaching him about the fourfold yogas of karma (action), gyana (devotion), bhakti (devotion) and prema (love).

Devotees who seek to progress spiritually also fast on this day and is observed by fasting from grains and lentils (peas, beans, dhals). Bhajans and Poojas are also held on this day. Stage plays and Gita chanting competitions are held for kids to show their abilities as a way to encourage their interest in reading Bhagvad Gita. Sanyasins, Yogis and learned scholars gives talks and held forums of this holy text. Pamphlets, Leaflets and books containing the essence of Bhagvad Gita are distributed to the public. It is auspicious to distribute free copies of the sacred scripture on this holy day. 

Over the years, this festival Geeta Jayanti is being celebrated in not only India but also in Malaysia and Singapore in large scale. It has increased the popularity of Hindu culture all over the globe. All temples of ISCKON in the world celebrate this day with proper ceremonies and offerings to the God. A visit to Kurukshetra, Haryana during Geeta Jayanti Festival is a spiritually elevating experience. The atmosphere of the town is immersed into sanctity.


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