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TheGita – Chapter 12 – Complete

The Gita – Chapter 12 – Complete The Gita – Chapter 12 – Complete Thus in the glorious Upanishads of the Bhagavad Gita, the science of the Eternal, the Scripture of Yoga, the dialogue between Shri Krishna and Arjuna, the twelfth discourse, “The Yoga of Devotion.” [subscribe2] Bhakti yoga -12 Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 20

 The Gita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 20 The Gita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 20 Shloka 20 They who follow this immortal law as described above, endowed with faith, looking upon Me as their supreme goal and being devoted, are extermely dear to Me. परन्तु जो श्रदायुक्त्त पुरुष मेरे परायण होकर इस ऊपर कहे हुए धर्म मय अमृत को ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 19

The Gita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 19 The Gita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 19 Shloka 19 He who is neutral in censure and praise, He who is silent, content with anything (in the world), does not claim any residence as his home, he who is steady-minded, full of devotion; that man is dear to Me. जो निन्दा स्तुति ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 18

The Gita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 18 The Gita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 18 Shloka 18 He who is the same to enemy and friend and also in honour and dishonour, in cold and heat, in pleasure and pain, and who is free from attachment- जो शत्रु-मित्र में और मान-अपमान में सम है तथा सरदी, गरमी और सुख-दुःखादि ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 17

The Gita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 17 The Gita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 17 Shloka 17 He who neither rejoices (obtaining the desirable objects), nor hates (the undesirable objects), nor grieves (losing his beloved objects), nor desires (his beloved objects), free from the notions of good and evil, full of devotion, he is dear to Me. जो न ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 16

The Gita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 16 The Gita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 16 Shloka 16 He who is free from desires, who is pure, expert, unconcerned, free from pain, selfless in all of his actions, he who is thus devoted to Me, is dear to Me. जो पुरुष आकांक्षा से रहित, बाहर-भीतर से शुद्ध, चतुर, पक्षपात से ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 15

The Gita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 15 The Gita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 15 Shloka 15 He who does not harm anyone in the world and from whom the world is not agitated, and he who knows no joy, envy, fear and anxiety, that devotee is dear to me. जिससे कोई भी जीव उद्वेग को प्राप्त नहीं होता और ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 13 – 14

The Gita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 13 – 14 The Gita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 13 – 14 Shloka 13  14 The Lord describes the divine qualities of a devotee: He who hates no one, who is friendly and compassionate to all, who is free of egoism, balanced in pain and pleasure and forgiving. He who is ever ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 12

The Gita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 12 The Gita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 12 Shloka 12 To gain spiritual knowledge is better than to practise Yoga; Meditation is better than Knowledge, abandoning the fruit of action is better than meditation because peace immediately follows the abandoning of the fruits of action. मर्म को न जान कर किये हुए ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 11

The Gita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 11 The Gita – Chapter 12 – Shloka 11 Shloka 11 If you cannot do actions for My sake, then taking refuge in Me, renounce (abandon) all the fruits of action by controlling yourself. यदि मेरी प्राप्ति रूप योग के आश्रित होकर उपर्युक्त्त साधन को करने में भी तू असमर्थ है तो मनबुद्भि ... Read More »