Bhagavatgita - display/obtain Gita verses.
#for displaying random Bhagavatgita verse in terminal gita use Bhagavatgita; @verse=Bhagavatgita->gita(-first='20'); print "@verse"; #prints verse 20 @verse=Bhagavatgita->gita(-first='20',-last='100'); print "@verse"; #prints verses from 20 to 100 note: maximum value of -last is 700 @verse=Bhagavatgita->gita(-first='20',-last='last'); print "@verse"; #prints verse 20 to last verse of Bhagavatgita @chapter=gita_chapter(10); print "@chapter"; #prints entire Chapter 10 with title note:maximum number of chapter is 18 @random=gita_random(15); print "@random"; #prints random 15 consecutive verses @glossary=gita_glossary(); print "@glossary";
Module for accessing contents of Bhagavatgita. Bhagavatgita meaning The Song of the Bhagavan(God), also called Gita, is a 700-verse scripture that is part of the Hindu epic Mahabharata. This scripture contains a conversation between Pandava prince Arjuna and his guide Lord Krishna on a variety of theological and philosophical issues.The material used is a transulation by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
Please note that certain verses has been transulated into a single combined english verse e.g verses 16,17 and 18 are transulated into a single english verse.Check this site to make clarity on that, "http://vedabase.net/bg/1/en". Hence displaying verses 1-16 is same as displaying verses 1-17 or 1-18.
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