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Gita Saara

Gītā Saara - Bhagavadgītā in a nutshell, has the essence of each chapter condensed into one short verse in Sanskrit. This 18 verse composition is set to tune and sung by Pūjya Śrī Swamiji Himself.

Listen to Gita Saaram in Pūjya Śrī Swamiji’s divine voice!!!    

Gita Saara script

Gita Saaram Shrunuta Sadaa!

Memorization Tips

Valuable tips to improve memory by Pūjya Śrī Swamiji

  • Studying from 4:30 to 6 AM early in the morning will improve memory because it is peaceful time to study.
  • Sleep at least by 10:30 PM. 7 hours of sleep is enough to improve memory.
  • Stop eating food beyond 7PM, so that digestion becomes good.
  • Maintaining discipline in day-to-day life will improve our memory. Do not depend only on mantras or yantras.
  • Students must develop the confidence that they can read and remember and can write.
  • Students should avoid the feeling that they will forget whatever they have studied and should not be scared.
  • If we come across any difficult problem, we should not worry that it will be tough. Instead we should face it.
  • Do not read in the last minute. Try to relax before the exam.
  • Sri Swamiji also improved His memory by reading slokas 7 times from the top to bottom and from bottom to top again.

Discipline and Confidence!

Memorization Tips

Valuable tips shared by parents of first batch

when their children were memorizing the Bhagavadgītā

  • Set firm targets and follow strictly.
  • Plan meticulously and have a good time management plan. It’s important in monitoring the progress.
  • Explain the importance of dedicating certain amount of time everyday to memorize and review, to be at par with participating peers. This helps with lack of self-motivation.
  • Reinforce optimism and work on strategic solutions, which helps with lack of self-confidence and stress.
  • Encourage taking up challenges and coping with extra work.
  • Taking regular breaks helps overcome frustration and disappointments.
  • Feedback from assessments and competitions help identify problem areas.
  • Reward children after assessments and competitions, which instills confidence and self-motivation to improve their performance.

firm targets - planning - feedback!