GitA (in sanskrit language) is a feminine-gender-word. My question is : Why, instead of named 'Gitah'(masculine Gender) or Gitam (neuter gender), it is named GitA? Puranas are called 'PURANAM' by the way.
Also, Why is it called a song instead of Upadesha?
I am interested in the scriptural or grammatical basis and NOT opinions.Thanks.
Please note that this question is not duplicate as I am asking the reason behind the name.