Jayapataka Swami: Hard for me to say. Each of the chapters is glorious So you can read in the Padma Purana, what the glories are of each chapter and you can decide which chapter you want to read. Or you can read Bhagavad-gita from begin to end, again and again and get all the chapters’ glories. Some chapters have 20 verses. Like there is a chapter on Purushottama yoga and some like also 12th chapter on bhakti-yoga. If you want a short chapter you can pick one with 20 verses. If you don’t mind you can take a longer chapter. 11th chapter saves one from the curse of being a raksasa, of eating human beings – cannibals. So one raksasa ate a son of a villager and the villager requested the person who read the 11th chapter and he was the only one which the raksasa, the cannibal did not eat. Because he chanted the 11thchapter, so the cannibal, the raksasa could not touch him. So the person said, please save my son. So that devotee he went and chanted the 11th chapter over a glass of water. And he poured it on the head of the raksasa and the raksasa was liberated from his curse, and the son he had consumed came out of the raksasa. So the father told the son that he can come now. But the son was dead and said he was going Back to Godhead. ‘So 11th chapter of Bhagavad-gita blessed me so that I can go back to Godhead.’ And he was looking to the Visnudutas who had come to take him back to the spiritual world. But the father said, ‘no, no, your mother wants to see you at home. What is going to happen to your cat, your dog, they will miss you!’ ‘But dad, look, I am going back to the spiritual world! I will never have to take birth again.’ ‘No but your pet parrot!’ Father was in total maya! He should have seen his son was going back to Godhead, it was a glorious thing. Instead he was trying to attract him to stay in the material world. This is the danger. But the son said, ‘look dad, I will see you in the spiritual world!’  Jai! Ho! Read the 11th chapter of Bhagavad-gita. Haribol! Haribol! Haribol!