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All the 18 chapters of Bhagavad Gita in a 1 cm Square Tablet - the world's smallest Bhagavad Gita

Thanks to Nano Technology, the entire Bhagavad Gita in Sanskrit is now inscribed in a 1 cm square tablet of 24 carat gold and is further developed into a gold pendant. Pawan Sinha from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA, has created the Bhagavad Gita tablet and he has patented the Nano Technology of Gita tablet. Tanishq, branded jewelry, chain has launched this Gita gold pendant in India keeping in mind the Akshaya Tritiya on April 27, 2009.

The Limca Book has recognized this tablet form of Gita as the world's smallest Bhagavad Gita. The tablet also contains a figure of Lord Krishna playing flute, which is smaller than a speck of sand.

To see the tablet form of Gita you need to view it under a 20X microscope and if you wish to read it you need to view it under a 200X microscope!!!

Times of India reports

According to Pawan Sinha of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT): "It took over six years to create this first mini-book.

The Limca Book has recognized this tablet as the world's smallest Gita. The entire Sanskrit text of the Gita is written in letters of pure 24 carat gold on a crystal measuring just 1cm x 1cm. There is even a clear picture of Lord Krishna playing the flute, on the bottom right corner. This picture is smaller than a speck of sand.''

The pendants are priced between Rs. 13,501 and Rs 15,501 and is available at select Tanishq outlets in India.

This Bhagavad Gita is surely not for reading but can be used as a talisman.