Gita - Geetaa

A list of known Gita Lyrics in Telugu

A list of known Geetaa in Telugu:

॥ గీతా సుచీ ॥
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అనుగీతా: From Mahabharata, aShvamedhaparva adhyAya 16.
Conversation between
arjuna and shrIkRiShNa after the war and coronation of YudhiShThira.

అవధూతగీతా

అష్టావక్రగీతా: Conversation between King Janak and aShTAvakra. Emphasis
is on renunciation (sa.nnyAsa.)

ఈశ్వరగీతా: From kUrmapurANa, first eleven adhyAya of uttaravibhAga.

ఉత్తరగీతా

కపిలగీతా: From adhyAya 23 through 33 of ska.ndha 3 of shrImadbhAgavatapurANa.

గణేశగీతా: From gaNeshapurANa, krIDAkhaNDa, adhyAya 138-148.
Close to Bhagavadgita format and contents.

దేవీగీతా: From adhyAya 31 through 40 in seventh ska.ndha of devIbhAgavata.

పరాశరగీతా: From Mahabharata, mokShaparva as a part of shA.ntiparva.

పాండవగీతా: From Mahabharata.

పింగలగీతా: From Mahabharata, mokShaparva as a part of shA.ntiparva.

భగవద్గీతా: From Mahabharata, adhyAya 25 through 42 of bhIShmaparva.

బ్రహ్మగీతా: From ska.ndapurANa, fourth adhyAya of sUtasa.nhitA and
first twelve adhyAya of yaGYavaibhavakhaNDa. Another version with
the same name available in yogavAsiShTha in later part of nirvANa
portion sarga 173 through 181.

బ్రాహ్మణగీతా: Part of anugItA, see above.

బోధ్యగీతా: From Mahabharata, mokShaparva as a part of shA.ntiparva.

భిక్షుగీతా: From adhyAya
twentythird of ska.ndha 11 of shrImadbhAgavatapurANa.

మంకీగీతా: From Mahabharata, mokShaparva as a part of shA.ntiparva.

యమగీతా: Three types: 1) in third a.nsha of vishNupurANa upto seventh chapter,
2) in the third khaNDa adhyAya 381 of agnipurANa, and 3) in eighth
adhyAya of of nRisi.nhapurANa.

రమణగీతా: Written by Ramana Maharshi’s disciple, Kavyakantha Ganapati Muni
based on Maharshi’s dialogues with various disciples, in sanskrit.

రామగీతా: The more common Gita is in the 5th sarga of of uttarakANDa in
adhyAtmarAmAyaNa which is part of brahmANDapurANa. The second one is
common in Tamil Nadu found in guruGYAnavAsiShTha-tattvasArAyaNa. There
are three parts(kANDa) in this text, namely knowledge (GYAna),
spiritual practice (upAsanA), and actions (karma).
The rAmagItA has eighteen chapters in the second pAda of upAsanAkANDa.

విచిఖ్యుగీతా: From Mahabharata, mokShaparva as a part of shA.ntiparva.

వ్యాసగీతా: From kUrmapurANa, twelve adhyAya onwards of uttaravibhAga.

వృత్రగీతా: From Mahabharata, mokShaparva as a part of shA.ntiparva.

శివగీతా: From pAtAlakhaNDa of padmapurANa.

శివశంపాకగీతా: From Mahabharata, mokShaparva as a part of shA.ntiparva.

సూతగీతా: From ska.ndapurANa, thirteenth to twentieth adhyAya-s
onwards of yaGYavaibhavakhaNDa.

సూర్యగీతా: From guruGYAnavAsiShTha-tattvasArAyaNa. There
are three parts(kANDa) in this text, namely knowledge (GYAna),
spiritual practice (upAsanA), and actions (karma).
The sUryagItA is in first five adhyAya-s in the third pAda of karmakANDa.

హరిగీతా: Same as bhagavadgItA, referred in MahabhArata, shA.ntiparva
adhyAya 346 shloka 10 in Narada’s words.

హంసగీతా: From adhyAya thirteen of ska.ndha 11 of shrImadbhAgavatapurANa.

హారీతగీతా: From Mahabharata, mokShaparva as a part of shA.ntiparva.

బుద్ధగీతా: Normally dhammapada is treated as buddhagiTA.

జయంతేయ గీతా Book 11 of Srimad Bhagavatam, Chapters 2 to 5.

జైన మహావీర గీతా
అధ్యాత్మ గీతా
అర్హద్గీతా or తత్త్వగీతా
ప్రేమగీతా

రుద్ర గీతా shrimad bhagavatham (4.24.24 – 4.24.79)

Main reference: Gita-rahasya by Bal Gangadhar Tilak. Printed first in June 1915.

Gita Name Kinjavadekar BORI/Tokunaga
utathya Ch. 90-91 90-91
vAmadeva 92-94 93-94
RiShabha 125-128 125,127,129
ShaDja 167 161
ma.nki 177 171
bodhya 178 172
bodhya 265 257
hArIta 278 269
vRitra 279-280 269-270
parAshara 290-298 279-287
ha.nsa 299 288
pi.ngalA 174 ?? (brAhmaNa-senAjita-sa.nvAda)

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