|| Bhagwat Ke 7 Geet ||

7 Geet of Bhagavata Mahapurana that will immerse you and your mind in the ocean of devotion to Shri Krishna and give you a different view of Vrindavan.

At present, 5 geet of Bhagavata Mahapurana are very popular. Which is also known as Pancham Geet. But there are 7 main geet in Bhagavata Mahapurana. Which includes Rudra Geet, Venu Geet, Gopi Geet, Yugal Geet, Bhramar Geet, Bhikshuk Geet and Ayil Geet. Below are the geet in detail which you can read online and also download interactive PDF.

Rudra Geet

When Shivaji was pleased with the Prachetas and gives them divine Darshan, Shiva himself, through his divine voice, sings the divine praises of Shri Krishna to the Prachetas.

Venu Geet

When Shri Krishna along with his childhood friends goes to Giriraj Govardhan to graze cows and when Shri Krishna sings the sweet sound of Venu from his lips, then the Gopis narrate while sitting in their home in Vrindavan.

Gopi Geet

On the night of Sharad Purnima, when the Gopis gather in Nidhivan to play Raas, a little lust and pride awakens in them and as soon as this happens, Shri Krishna leaves and the Gopis sing this song in absence of Shri Krishna.

Yugal Geet

Yugal Geet – The divine experience of the Gopis is sung in continuation of the Maharasas. Yugal means more than one. Even in one’s absence, the mind of the Gopis remains connected to him.

Bhramar Geet

When Uddhava visits Vrindavan to convey a message to the Gopis and Radharani from Krishna. Radharani, in her intense love and separation, speaks to a bee (bhramara) thinking it to be a messenger from Krishna.

Bhikshuk Geet

The Bhikshu Gita is located in the 11th Skandha (Canto) of the Bhagavata Purana. It is a series of verses uttered by a mendicant or bhikshu (renunciant) that cover various aspects of philosophy, spirituality, and life lessons.

Ayil Geet

The story of Pururava and Urvashi is a profound allegory for the human soul’s yearning for the divine and the transient nature of worldly pleasures. The intense emotions of love, separation, and despair highlight the struggles faced by human beings when attached to material desires and transient pleasures.

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Vrishabhanu-Sute Devi Pranamami Hari-Priye