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Bhagavad Gita in MP3 Audio

Now you can listen to the ancient sanskrit chants of Bhagavad Gita, sung in classical melodies by noted devotional singer Sri Vidyabhushana. Listen to all 700 verses of the Gita with a beautiful accompaniment of flute, veena, sitar, mridanga, tabla and tala.

(for other languages: Sanskrit, English, Hindi, Spanish, French, Gujarati, Arabic)

If you wish to download these files to your computer you may do so here:

Download Link for Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 1 in Sanskrit, Sung in Classical Melodies (MP3)
Download Link for Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 2 in Sanskrit, Sung in Classical Melodies (MP3)
Download Link for Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 3 in Sanskrit, Sung in Classical Melodies (MP3)
Download Link for Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 4 in Sanskrit, Sung in Classical Melodies (MP3)
Download Link for Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 5 in Sanskrit, Sung in Classical Melodies (MP3)
Download Link for Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 6 in Sanskrit, Sung in Classical Melodies (MP3)
Download Link for Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 7 in Sanskrit, Sung in Classical Melodies (MP3)
Download Link for Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 8 in Sanskrit, Sung in Classical Melodies (MP3)
Download Link for Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 9 in Sanskrit, Sung in Classical Melodies (MP3)
Download Link for Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 10 in Sanskrit, Sung in Classical Melodies (MP3)
Download Link for Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 11 in Sanskrit, Sung in Classical Melodies (MP3)
Download Link for Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 12 in Sanskrit, Sung in Classical Melodies (MP3)
Download Link for Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 13 in Sanskrit, Sung in Classical Melodies (MP3)
Download Link for Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 14 in Sanskrit, Sung in Classical Melodies (MP3)
Download Link for Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 15 in Sanskrit, Sung in Classical Melodies (MP3)
Download Link for Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 16 in Sanskrit, Sung in Classical Melodies (MP3)
Download Link for Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 17 in Sanskrit, Sung in Classical Melodies (MP3)
Download Link for Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 18 in Sanskrit, Sung in Classical Melodies (MP3)

43 comments on “The Bhagavad Gita in Audio (Sanskrit)

  1. Go to Language option(other Languages). Click the Language desired(viz. Sanskrit, English, Hindi, Spanish, French etc. etc.).
    I did this. And it is fine asusual….Hare Krishna….Dr.G.S.Rama Rao

  2. Great audio translation! I am a university student and i found the reading to be hard, this helped me capture the power in the stowe

  3. Can you please let me know if all the verses can be downloaded to my laptop? Or if I can buy a CD with just the sanskrit version by Vidyabhushana?
    Thanks

  4. Hare Krishna. Its fine collection but i cant Bengali version as a Bangladeshi i need a Bengali version of The Bhagavad Gita in Audio. Please give me the link or send to my email if possible.

  5. This is a fabulous & divine website. The chanting of Sri Bhagavat Gita & pictures of LORD Krishna is so hear piercing, it gives heavenly feeling.
    When I listen with close eyes , it literally catapults me to the world of Krishna “Vaikunth”. It’s a site par Excellence and must be visited.
    LORD KRISHNA is know to be an incarnation of JANANNATH . It will be very noce, if you can add some pictures of LORD JAGANNATH.

  6. It has been said that the best way to understand the Bhagavad Gita and perform transcendental service to Lord Sri Krishna is by way of a spiritual master. A spiritual master will be able to guide his disciple to the right path as enunciated by the Lord in the Gita.

    I agree. There are times, when reading the Gita, I have had not been able to fully grasp some verses. Then too, I am a little lost in the area and timing of transcendental service. When should one give up fruitive activities and turn to transcendental service to the Lord? What is the nature of such a sacred service?

    I am in Malaysia. It is not easy to seek a spiritual master, let alone recognize a genuine one. I believe this a big problem with many other Krishna devotees.

    Can you help to shed some light?

    Thank you.

    Hare Krishna

  7. Could you please say who is the real author of the Gita. This is one of the greatest of book of spiritual teachings that it must have been inspired by a great ascended being. I look forward to your response. With thanks.

    Paul

    • hari hari! bg is a part of mahabharata, worlds largest epic compiled by incarnation of lord vishnu shri krishna dwepayana ” veda vyasa”. in bhishma parva of mahabharata. hk

  8. IF only this was also available in Telugu, i would’ve seen to it that all my friends and family would listen to this and gain Krishna conciousness and purify their souls. Hope the Telugu version would be soon available.

    Anyways, this was mind blowing though i couldn’t understand everything as i don’t understand sanskrit well.

    thanks for creating this and I hope a telugu version would be available soon.

  9. The Gita recitation is just heart warming and if one pays attention to what is recited, he gets involved. The clarity is to that extent even one is not having sufficienet knowledge in Sanskit, one is able to understand Gita. It is just awesome. All must cultivate to hear daily.
    Hare Kr`shna
    koundinyamurthy.

  10. Listening this holy chanting makes my day overwhelming n boosts me to work smoothly n brings positive vibes …thanks for the lovely music….n the artist who sung so melodies …it helps the person who cant personally chant n spares from committing mistakes has Sanskrit is a beautiful meaningful language…should b pronounced properly….

  11. Lovely rendering supported by wonderful instrumental music ..mesmerizing.. creating interest..in learning and practicing the teachings..Thanks for all your efforts in bringing this site

  12. Trahi Achyuta
    Jay Sri Krishna,
    It was great listening to the chant. We wish to download this request if anyone can help us in downloading.

    please…..

  13. It’s amazing. but unfortunately option to download video is not available. Kindly make video available for download.

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