This blog is about Learning Sanskrit and Geetaa together !

It has been always on my mind that Geetaa should be understood from the basics of Sanskrit. There have been any number of commentaries on Geetaa by saints and seers and peers.

But a true student should learn it without any bias of thoughts propounded by anybody. I am neither a saint nor a seer nor a peer. I am a mere student.

Yet I am venturing into this blog basically because  It has been a great experience to share on a blog my efforts of learning Sanskrit. I wish to extend that experience to Learning Sanskrit and Geetaa together.

There is a सुभाषितम् a good saying –

आचार्यात् पादमादत्ते पादं शिष्यः स्वमेधया ।

पादं सब्रह्मचारिभ्यः पादं कालक्रमेण च ॥

I hope that this blog will make my learning richer and richer and all readers will also enjoy it !

शुभमस्तु ।



  1. kalivaradhan says:

    Namaste Mahodaya |

    Thank you very much for starting a separate Blogpage for discussing Bhagavad Gita(BG) with grammatical imports. BG gives us a solid ground for enhancing and practising our Sanskrit grammar skills. This is the main reason why Samskrita Bharati also has improvised on their teaching methodology by rechristening their levels as “GitaSopanam” and the text contains examples from BG discussing grammatical cannotations.

    Your effort is praiseworthy and laudable.


    1. नमो नमः श्रीमन् “कालिवरदन्”-महोदय !
      धन्यवादाः खलु भवतः प्रोत्साहकाय सन्देशाय ! “हरे-कृष्ण”-संप्रदायस्य संस्थापकेन भगवता प्रभुपाद-महोदयेनापि एतावान् उपक्रमः कृतः इति स्मरामि । अहम् तु एकः विद्यार्थी एव !
      भवतः टीका-टिप्पणीः अपि कृपया ददतु ।
      सस्नेहम् ,
      अभ्यंकरकुलोत्पन्नः श्रीपादः |
      “श्रीपतेः पदयुगं स्मरणीयम् ।”

    2. upendar G says:

      please let me have the oppurtunity to leara sanskrit and gita simultaniously

    3. Neela Kohinoor says:

      Thank you for putting this all together. It a highly beneficial to those wanting to learn Samskritam as well as Bhagvat Geeta. May lord Krishna bless you and you keep doing social service to the entire humankind. Dhnnnyavaadah. Namo namah. 🙂

  2. Vivendran says:

    Thanks a lot sir for this effort. This is very helpful for a Sanskrit beginner like me who is eager to learn Gita and Sanskrit !!!!

  3. golfergolden says:

    Why not more chapters are coming !!! you don’t know how useful your work is beneficial for learners like me who otherwise can’t cope up with samasik pads and sandhis.
    Even lord Narayana shall appreciate your work as u shall be helping spread his message to simple-learners.

  4. Sandeep Kumar says:

    महामना आपका यह प्रयास युगों युगों तक हम जैसे भटके हुए जीवों को मार्ग दर्शन करता रहेगा। में आपके इस प्रयास के लिये अपने मन से आपको करबद्ध हो चरण नमन करता हूँ।
    आप यह ज्ञान ज्योति यूंही निरन्तर जाग्रत रखें यही भगवान से प्रार्थना है।
    आपका सनेही

    सन्दीप कुमार
    गांव: चरखी दादरी

  5. Suryakanta says:

    Very Thankful
    Sir for this effort. This is very helpful for a Sanskrit beginner like me who is eager to learn Gita and Sanskrit !!!!

  6. S.lakshmi Narasimhan says:

    Very useful. Please complete the remaining 611 verses.

  7. Mahesh says:

    Dear Sir:
    Thank you very much for taking this monumental effort. All the work is so thoughtfully organized and presented that I can’t express my appreciation for your efforts.
    I have a request.
    Is it possible to initiate a similar grammatical study of Shri Durga Saptashati?
    This would be a great help to humanity, though I know this would be an enormous undertaking.
    with gratitude, Mahesh

  8. Rushikesh says:

    मुझे आपका यह कठीण प्रयास, मेहनत बहुत अच्छी लगी. आपके कार्यको प्रणाम है. अगर ये हिंदी में भी उपलब्ध हो सके तो अत्यंत प्रसन्नता होगी.

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