Bhagavad Geeta Chapter 15: Purushottama Yoga (The yoga of the Supreme Spirit)
Welcome to a special year in Geeta Chanting Yajna!
This year is special in many ways. Swami Chinmayananda's birth centenary movement starts from May 8, 2015 and lasts for a year. As a tribute to our Pujya GuruDev, every Chinmaya Center shall strive to celebrate Geeta Chanting Yajna in a grand scale. Our GuruDev believed that everyone should chant Chapter 15 at least twice every day! We could not have wished for a better chapter than Chapter 15, Purushottama Yoga, for this auspicious year. May everyone succeed in their pursuit to learn Bhagavad Geeta! Please click here for the flyer.
Audio: Purushottama Yoga (mp3)
Verses: English Sanskrit
Learning Aids: Practice to chant
The schedule of the Regional Events for the various centers in the Tri-State area and the Tri-State Finals Event are listed below. To register for the Tri-State Regionals Event, please click on the Register button next to the Center where you attend Bala Vihar, or, the Center that is closer to your residence.
These are the various steps a participant is likely to go through as part of this initiative:
- For the Tri-State area participants, Regional events shall be conducted in the various Chinmaya Centers in NJ, PA and CT. All interested participants should register and participate in one of the regionals (prelims) event.
- The top three performers from each Regional Center shall compete against the top three performers from other Regional Centers in the Tri-State area, in the Tri-State Finals Competition.
- There shall be a National Qualification Round, and top Two performers for the 4 National Groups shall be identified from the Top Three Performers of the various groups in the Tri-State Finals.
- The Top Two Performers for the 4 National Groups from CMTC shall participate in the USA Nationals Competition in Chinmaya Badri, Chiacago.
- The Best Performer from each of the 4 National Groups shall proceed to the International Geeta Chanting Competition that shall be held in Chinmaya Vibhooti, Pune, India.