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In addition to personal guidance for genuine spiritual aspirants, Gitananda has produced recordings on tapes, CDs, and DVDs on various scriptures and subjects. The media include commentary, seminars, conferences, and practical instructions by Swami Radhanandaji and Gopikadeviji.  Recordings* are available for all ages from children, to young adults and families. Media that cater specifically to ladies are also available.


Recordings of commentaries have been produced on the following topics:


  1. The Bhagavad Gita
  2. Uddhav Gita
  3. Major and Minor Upanishads
  4. Narad Sutras
  5. Constancy
  6. The Will of God
  7. Obedience
  8. 3-Laws
  9. Why We Should Be Spiritual
  10. Ask For Nothing, Refuse Nothing
  11. Hindu Philosophy:
  • Aryan Migration to India, Chronology of Indian History and Cultural Events
  • Development of Aryan Philosophy
  • Vedic or Sanatan Dharma: Vedas, Samhitas, Brahmanas, Aranyakas, Aranyakas and Upanishads
  • Six Systems of Vedanta: Nyaya System, Vaisheshikas System, Samkhya System, Yoga System of Patanjali, Purva Mimansa of Jaimini, and Uttar Mimansa-Vedanta of Vyasa
  • Auxillary Scriptures: Epics—Ramayana and Mahabharata
  • Auxillary Scriptures: Smruti, Puranas, & Tantras--Agamas
  • Shreemad Bhagavad Gita: Teacher and Disciple (preliminary intro to Gita)
  • Teachings of the Gita and The Doctrine of Renunciation
  • The Battlefield of Kurukshetra
  • Is Self-Realization compatible with worldly activities?
  • The Ultimate Reality: God & Incarnations
  • Ethics and Moral Disciplines, The Four Yogas
  • Selected Shloakas from the Gita
  • Jainism
  • Buddhism
  • Introduction to the Gita
  • Summaries of the 18 Chapters of the Gita




*Recordings are available for $1 per tape, CD or DVD to help cover costs. Recordings are in Gujarati, Hindi, and English, depending on the topic.

Last Updated ( Friday, 31 August 2007 )
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