Bhagavad Gita Quest Board Game

Bhagavad Gita Quest Board Game

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The World's First Bhagavad Gita Board Game Education Set


Bhagavad Gita Quest is

An educational Package

A lifestyle resource for the Family

A forum for the discussion of essesntial life-long values

An opportunity to learn more about the Bhagavad Gita


About the Game

The Board represents the material world in which the jivas (living Beings) are inhabiting

The goal is to get all four bhakti cards and reah the Lord; be liberated from his material existence

The players progress on their path when they land on spaces whcih represent good qualities and acts of devotion

the pitfalls are spaces  which respresent undesirable qualities such as pride , intolerance, anger , insincerity etc

Learning points from the Game

Develop basic knowledge of the teachings of the Bhagavad Gita 

Develop basic understanding of the law of karma and the principles of yoga , among other topics in the bhagavad gita

develop an interest towards learning more about the Bhagavad Gita, and experiencing it to be a joyful process

Develop awareness and appreciation of the depth and wealth of the Bhagavad Gita

Develop awareness of underirable qualities such as pride, hypocrisy ,cruelty that should be avoided

Develop a yearnign for good quanlities such as honesty , humilty , tolerance , inquistivesness for the truth , etc within ourselves


Benefits for the Family

Parents get to spend time with their children through play

Parents develop strong bonds with their children with better communucation

Parents discuss essential life values and culture through play

Knowledge of Vedic culture is preserved in the younger generation

Children are engaged in constructive play that contribute positively to their development


Special Features

Information Booklet provides additional explanation of values illustrated on the board of ancient Vedic wisdom

Reference is given to the exact verse of the Bhagavad Gita for each answer



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