(Fwd) query: Gita tapes

Vidyasagar Govind vidya at singnet.com.sg
Sun Mar 30 02:23:10 UTC 1997

The best chanting I have heard in tape form of the Geeta is that by Swami
Brahmananda.It is produced by the Central Chinmaya Mission Trust,Deenabandhu
Devastanam,CMH Road,Indiranagar,Bangalore 560038 (thats what is stated on
the tape cover).There is very little music in it,and the pronounciation is
very clear.I do not know if there is a CD version.


At 07:51 PM 3/29/97 GMT, you wrote:
>Honorable Pandits & Indologists,
>I just received the appended inquiry from a friend.  Might I impose 
>upon this august body to the extent of seeking info on audio-sloka 
>sources (specifically, Bhagavad Gita) for sake of my correspondent?
>You might wish to respond backchannel (to me and/or Kendra) -- unless 
>this might perhaps be felt to be of general (listproc) interest.
>thanks, d.i.
>------- Forwarded Message Follows -------
>Date:          Sat, 29 Mar 1997 14:24:48 -0500
>From:          Kendra Crossen Burroughs <ezad at worldnet.att.net>
>To:            "David R. Israel" <davidi at wizard.net>
>Subject:       query: Gita tapes
>Hi, David. Would you know where I could find out about audio tape
>recordings of the Bhagavad Gita? My sister (who studies Sanskrit) is
>looking for something with a real Indian pandit reading (or chanting)
>in Sanskrit, with no musical background. She already has tapes from
>the Maharishi Mahesh Yogi people and by someone named Houston, and a
>Folkways recording. Wants to know of others. Know where could I
>research this (on the internet)?

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