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TheGita – Chapter 16 – Complete

The Gita – Chapter 16 – Complete The Gita – Chapter 16 – 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 sixteenth discourse, “The Yoga of Division between the Divine and the Demoniacal.” Daivasura–Sampad–Vibhaga yoga -16 Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 24

The Gita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 24 The Gita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 24 Shloka 24 Therefore, O Pandava, regard the Holy Vedas as a guide to what is right and what is incorrect. Fully understand the words in these sacred writings, and most of all in this life, dutifully perform your responsibilities and work in their entirety. ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 23

The Gita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 23 The Gita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 23 Shloka 23 But, he who rejects and chooses not to follow the words of the Holy Scriptures (Vedas), and surrenders to his impulses and obsessive material desires, never attains perfection. Nor does he realize everlasting joy or peace, and most of all never discovers ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 22

The Gita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 22 The Gita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 22 Shloka 22 O son of Kunti, should a man free himself from these three doors, to hell, darkness and destruction, he discovers what is best for his inner spirit (or soul). He then ultimately reaches the highest goal by following the Supreme Path which ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 21

The Gita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 21 The Gita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 21 Shloka 21 O Arjuna, there are three entrances or gateways to hell, all leading to the death of the self. These particular gates are known as the gateways of lust, anger, and greed. Man should avoid these gateways all his life or he shall ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 20

The Gita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 20 The Gita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 20 Shloka 20 Furthermore, they are reborn into lower life forms and into currupt and evil families. They do not attain the highest state which is refuge in Me, O Arjuna, Instead, they choose to take the darker, lower path which leads to hell. हे ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 19

The Gita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 19 The Gita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 19 Shloka 19 These devilish people who are cruel, whose soul is filled with hate, and who are among the worst men on earth, are ultimately thrown into destruction by Me the Supporter of all that is pure and who represents goodness in this world. ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 18

The Gita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 18 The Gita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 18 Shloka 18 These evil beings are bound forever to their chains of selfishness, pride, arrogance, violence, anger and lust, These malicious men even despise Me, the true Lord of the Universe, who dwells even in their bodies and in those also with whom they ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 17

The Gita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 17 The Gita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 17 Shloka 17 In their moments of extreme pride and glory, when their minds are clouded up by the intoxication of their (temporary) material possessions, and while having wrong intentions, they perform their sacrifices. They perform the sacrificial rituals for the sake of show disregarding ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 15 – 16

The Gita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 15 – 16 The Gita – Chapter 16 – Shloka 15 – 16 Shloka 15 16 ‘I am wealthy and come from a very well-to-do and quite noble family. Who else in the world can compare to my greatness? I shall sacrifice during religious rituals (whether I believe in them or not). I ... Read More »