Srimad Bhagwat is one of the eighteen texts of Hinduism written in Sanskrit language. Srimad Bhagwat was composed by Sri Veda Vyasa at the beginning of Kaliyuga.

It promotes devotion to Supreme God Vishnu and the advent of Lord Sri Krishna. Srimad Bhagwatam contains twelve cantos and shows the supreme path to reach the goal of human existence in Dark Age of Kaliyuga. The Bhagwat Purana, Like other Puranas, discusses a wide range of topics including Spirituality, Politics, Economics, Genealogy, Geography, Mythology, Legends, Music, Dance, Yoga Practice and Culture.

Sri Veda Vyasa was the grandfather of the Kuru-Dynasty. His long duration of life enabled him to write the story of the Fortunate One. He had a son called Sukhadeva who handed the message of this to another member of the family, Emperor Parikchit, who had difficulty respecting the classical wisdom. This emperor is there as a model for normal people who seek their stability in the wisdom. This knowledge was conveyed by Sukhadev in disciple tradition as devotional service.

Shrimad Bhagwat Katha is initiated by Sri Jagdish Ji Maharaj to spread the eternal message of Gita. The objective of this initiative is to bring peace and harmony to society by preaching fundamentals of Shrimad Bhagwat Gita. Essentials of its morals can confer the answers to all our problems if applied in our daily deeds. In this way, trust contributes to healing the suffering and welfare of humankind to an extent.

Namo Gange Trust is conducting and organizing Srimad Bhagwat Katha at various places across the country. Bhagawad Gita contains eighteen chapters and it is a resource of immense knowledge for humankind. It is believed that Sri Krishna represented the "Bhagawad Gita" as a divine gift to Arjuna in the battleground of Kurukshetra, which is in Haryana, India at present.