What follows is a lengthy discussion between Krishna and Arjuna on Dharma (righteousness) and Karma (duty) with the ultimate moral that the abandonment of one's duty, no matter how attractive, is sinful. Various other topics are also discussed in the Gita, such as Varnashrama Dharma, paths to salvation, duty of women, etc. If trying to study the Bhagavad Gita for its meaning, the Bhagavad Gita audio series by Swami Chinmayananda or that by the evergreen Balakrishna Shastrigal is recommended. This page contains a download all verses of the Bhagavad Gita, which are in Sanskrit format with either a large font (Sanskrit) or normal font (Sanskrit with English transliteration).
The Sanskrit Text Devanagari is accompanied in the font by a companion Latin design. This is based on Monotype's famous Bembo type, inspired by 15th Century Venetian models, but has also been thoroughly redrawn to harmonize in weight and proportion with the Devanagari. The Latin character set supports Microsoft codepage 1252 (Latin 1) plus a large set of diacritics for transliterating not just Sanskrit but also other Indian languages.
Hare Krishna Pr.,I am a partially blind person. I have only one eye now, and that too has retina problems. I have the whole set of (hard copies) Bhagwatam, but the font size is small (for me). Hard copies are best, even though PDFs can be annotated. Even so Prabhu, these PDFs are going to be so much easier on my eye. I can zoom-in and read these scriptures. Much obliged. Kindly let me know when hard copies are printed in big fonts (arial -14, perhaps). I asseverate, there is great need for hard copies in large fonts for patients with compromised vision.Obeisantly,Dr. Ritu
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