The Bhagavad Gītā has perhaps been more widely translated and commented on than any other Sanskrit text and with good reason. Many of its words lend themselves to multiple interpretations. By looking at and chanting key verses, and examining common terms, such as jñānabuddhikarma, and dharma within the text, we will explore how this work continues to inspire. Looking directly at the Sanskrit yourself opens a window into the many ideas that can be lost as well as found in translation.