Gita is a book of victory and human touch. The preaching of which is very necessary for our daily life. It teaches the excellent art of living life by attaining Bhagavadyan through sincere karma, selfless devotion. In this mechanized age of science and technology, man is burning with many problems and for such a physically, mentally and spiritually exhausted man, Gita is a beacon to solve all the problems of that man.
Children are like wet clay, we can mold little toddlers into whatever shape we want. In order to develop knowledge and skills in a child, we should be informed about our religion and culture. There are many scriptures in our Hinduism among which Srimad Bhagavad Gita is the ancient and main holy scripture. The Gita was preached to Arjuna by Lord Shri Krishna in the desert of Kurukshetra during the Mahabharata war. In which Arjuna represents the human and on behalf of the human asks Lord Krishna various questions related to life. According to Bhagavad Gita human life is a battle. The message of the Gita is that everyone has to fight without reluctance. Although Bhagavad Gita is considered Hinduism, it is considered as a great and supernatural scripture for the entire human society, not limited to Hindus only, and world thinkers have taken guidance from it. Bhagavad Gita is considered as Smriti Granth. The Bhagavad Gita is composed in Sanskrit with a total of 18 chapters and 700 verses and a few verses in Anushtupa Chand.
Gita Jayanti was celebrated in Gajera Pre-Primary section with the aim of making children understand the importance of Bhagavad songs. Educators explained the importance of Gita Jayanti in simple words. Rishicharya Gita 18 Names (Gita, Ganga, Gayatri, Sita, Sata, Saraswati, Brahmavidya, Brahmavali, Trisamvad, Muktgehini, Ardhamatra, Chitrand, Bhavan, Bhannashini, Vedatroya, Antattvi, Antarupi and Tattvjnanamanjuri) Meanings.