The complete DVD set of Shrimad Bhagavad Gita as explained by Anandmurti Gurumaa is available at www.gurumaa.com
. This is a set of 71 DVDs chronicling the expositions of 18 chapters of Shrimad Bhagavad Gita by Anandmurti Gurumaa in Gita Gyana Yagya held in Gurumaa Ashram. Eighteen chapters are spread across 9 sets, each containing the description about the chapters included and the number of DVDs. In continuation to set 6 [chapter 11 & 12], revealing the cosmic form of the Lord of the Universe and emphasising the divine importance of faith, devotion and sewa, this set contains the expositions of chapter 13, 14 & 15 of Shrimad Bhagavad Gita by Anandmurti Gurumaa. These lucid explanations unfold the profound mysteries of Kshetra and Kshetragya, and unveil the nature of elements and gunas which always keep the Jiva in their control. Thirteenth chapter titled Kshetrakshetragyavibhagay Yoga delineates the wisdom of Kshetra and Kshetragya, describing in detail their distinction and how they are complementary to each other. It also includes the explanation of inter-relation between elements besides the attributes of nature and offers answers to the inquisitiveness of a seeker to know: Who is the creator of this world, who is running the nature, who has created me...In this chapter, Gurumaa has emphatically explained the importance of Sewa and how it helps the seeker to grow spiritually by purifying the mind making him virtuous, and exhorts the seeker to feel the omniscience and omnipresence of paramatman beyond the name and form. Fourteenth chapter titled Gunantrayavibhag Yoga is the revelation of the supreme wisdom, the best of all knowledge by Lord Krishna. The Lord declared that the one who understands this gyana and becomes established in it will attain the transcendental nature and will never take any birth again. It includes the explanation about the modes of material nature i.e. the gunas and the results of the actions done in different modes along with the answer to the query of Arjuna What are the symptoms through which we can recognise the one who is transcendental to these three modes? Fifteenth chapter titled Purushottamprapti Yoga demystifies the purpose of Vedic knowledge with the help of an analogy of a tree which has its roots in the sky and branches on the ground and Vedas are its leaves. Gurumaa has mystically explained how the branches are going upwards and downwards, creating and covering this whole world. And it is only with the weapons of vairagya and vivek that the roots of this tree can be cut i.e. one can be freed from the delusion of this samsara. This is possible only with devotion and surrender to the Lord who is omniscient and omnipresent.