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Corporates are turning to the life lessons of the Bhagavad Gita, to present the gift of peace

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The Bhagavad Gita has been universally accepted as the best life coach and provides listeners with solutions pertaining to personal and professional life to connect them with their tranquillity. Therefore, it has also been considered as a great gifting option by corporates for employees across different sectors. Shemaroo Shrimad Bhagavad Gita the aesthetically designed productthat offers life lessons of the holy book in an audio book format.  Employees and employers today are dealing with the struggle of maintaining work life balanceand deal with work stress, erratic work hours and more. Businesses today have gone back to the lessons of Bhagavad Gita to ensure a stress-free life for its employees within and outside the organisation. Shemaroo Shrimad Bhagavad Gita with an aesthetically appealingdesign and packaging makes the product a perfect gifting choice for corporates.The product is an amalgamation of everything good in an audio book format, that gives the listeners the ease to access learnings anytime, anywhere at the touch of a button.Shemaroo Bhagavad Gita audio book, thefirst of its kind in the category beautifullyreplicates the scriptures of the sacred book – Bhagavad Gita. This one-of-a kind product comes with pre-loaded 18 chapters and 700 verses with the option to choose from three languages - Hindi, Sanskrit, and English. The product is an absolute treat for the listenerswith a specially curated 100 Krishna bhajans with a 6W strong battery life and Bluetooth connectivity that allows them access to the device anytime anywhere. 

Leading corporates like Wizcraft, BHEL, GMR have already partnered with Shemaroo to make the Shemaroo Bhagavad Gita their gifting partner and are on board with the brand. Shemaroo Bhagavad Gita is available across all leading online and offline distribution networks and has its presence across these outlets.

Amazon,  Flipkart, Paytm Mall, Seniority, Starmark, Odyssey, Vijay Sales, MyTirth India, Croma, Reliance Digital, Tata Cliq, Archies, Sellect by Archies, Crossword, Big small, Top-10, My PanditG in the market thereby marking its presence across online and offline retail stores . 

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