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Bhagavadgita

Syllabification: Bha·ga·vad·gi·ta
Pronunciation: /ˌbəɡəvədˈɡētə, ˌbäɡəväd-
 
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(also Gita) Hinduism

Definition of Bhagavadgita in English:

A poem composed between the 2nd century bc and the 2nd century ad and incorporated into the Mahabharata. Presented as a dialogue between the warrior prince Arjuna and his divine charioteer Krishna, it stresses the importance of doing one’s duty and of faith in God.

Words that rhyme with Bhagavadgita

Akita, Anita, arboreta, beater, beta, cheater, cheetah, Demeter, Dieter, dolce vita, eater, eta, Evita, excreta, fetor, granita, greeter, heater, Juanita, litre (US liter), Lolita, maltreater, margarita, meter, metre, Peta, peter, praetor (US pretor), repeater, Rita, saltpetre (US saltpeter), secretor, Senhorita, señorita, Sita, skeeter, teeter, terra incognita, theta, treater, tweeter, ureter, veleta, zeta

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