What is Gita Jayanti?
Gita Jayanti is celebrated by Hindu in order to celebrate the birthday of
Bhagvad Gita, which is considered the sacred text of Hindu. It is celebrated
every year in the month of December and January. This is celebrated a day in
which Sanjaya has narrated the dialogue between Arjuna and Shri Krishna to king
Dhristrashtra. All these come to us in the form of his famous teachings.
History and Celebration of Gita Jayanti
History of Gita Jayanti
The legend related to this festival is that some spiritual message is given in
Bhagvad Gita by the lord himself. It contains some lessons on philosophy along
with wisdom. It gives the message on life to all people irresespective of caste,
color and creed. This sacred text was given to us six thousand years ago. All
the teachings of Bhagvad Gita are based on Upanishads. The teachings of this
sacred text explain the performance of person along with his duty in the
Importance of Gita Jayanti
As this festival is celebrated the birthday of Bhagvad Gita which is important
in all respects related to
- Power and wisdom of all texts available in it.
- Helps to strengthen the person in case when he feels week.
- It teaches us to resist unrighteousness and to embrace righteousness.
Celebration of Gita Jayanti
This day is celebrated by the arranging the various competitions between the age
group of 16-30 years. The competitions include elocution competitions, poetry
competitions along with Shlok competitions which may elaborate and explain the
meaning of life along with its application. As this day is celebrated by the
most of the youth, they may able to put that thought into practical action. All
these competitions may help to increase enthusiasm into god’s work.
This day is also celebrated in schools by arranging many competions related to
this field only along with performing some cultural functions. This day is also
celebrated in schools along with colleges in which many other competitions
related to this field are also performed. In colleges they have also been
conducting many other competitions in which it helps the entire people to
popularize the teachings of Bhagvad gita.