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I had recently transcreated Shrimad Bhagavad Geeta in Marathi verse form, albeit in somewhat free form without any straightjacketed construction discipline of metre which is called as vrutta in Marathi. The form I used is called muktachhand. Later, I was inspired to transcreate Marathi Geeta following metre discipline. I constructed verses mostly in Bhujangprayat vrutta and hence they will sound like "Manache Shlok" by Samarth Ramdas Swami. Only a few verses are in other vruttas like Vasanttilaka, Malini, Pruthvi and Shardoolvikreedit. Such a construction makes it easy to recite and memorise the verses. Also, for native Marathi speakers who may not be much familiar with Sanskrit, the original language of Geeta, reading Geeta in their mother tongue makes a direct impact on their minds, thereby helping digest the Geeta philosophy much better.
The first chapter of Geeta has many verses describing the warriors on both sides and their weapons and conches etc. So, I haven’t transcreated them and hence chapter 1 has only a few verses. However, the rest of the verses are transcreated to the extent of over 99%.
I have also created chapter-wise audio-videos of my Marathi transcreation with the text and its recitation in my voice. These videos are available on Youtube in a playlist at the following link –
People who are not comfortable reading due to health issues can listen to these videos.