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TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 34

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 34 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 34 Shloka 34 The Divine Lord stated: The enjoyment of sensual objects by their senses (an example of human nature) creates barriers to the path of Bliss and peace if one becomes a victim of attachment to his sesses. इन्द्रिय-इन्द्रिय के अर्थ में अर्थात् प्रत्येक ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 33

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 33 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 33 Shloka 33 All beings, wise or unwise, are forced to act by nature. What can restraint possibly do, O Arjuna? सब प्राणी प्रकृति को प्राप्त होते हैं अर्थात् अपने स्वभाव के परवश हुए कर्म करते हैं । ज्ञानवान् भी अपनी प्रकृति के अनुसार चेष्टा ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 32

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 32 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 32 Shloka 32 On the other hand, O Arjuna, those of poor intelligence that do not follow my teaching are ignorant; regard them as mere fools. परन्तु जो मनुष्य मुझ में दोषारोपण करते हुए मेरे इस मत के अनुसार नहीं चलते हैं, उन मूर्खों को ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 31

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 31 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 31 Shloka 31 Those wise people, with faith in Me, and those who follow my teaching, are always given freedom from their actions (Karma). जो कोई मनुष्य दोष दृष्टि से रहित और श्रदा युक्त्त होकर मेरे इस मत का सदा अनुसरण करते हैं, वे भी सम्पूर्ण ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 30

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 30 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 30 Shloka 30 Dedicate and surrender all your actions unto me Oh Arjuna. Fix your mind on me, leaving behind you all feelings of hope, attachments and anguish. मुझ अन्तर्यामी परमात्मा में लगे हुए चित्त द्वारा सम्पूर्ण कर्मों को मुझ में अर्पण करके आशा रहित ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 29

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 29 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 29 Shloka 29 The Lord spoke: Those who are deceived by the Gunas of nature or Prakrithi and are deceived by karma, develop an attachment to the Gunas and to their actions. A wise person would not disturb, or have anything to do with these ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 28

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 28 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 28 Shloka 28 He who understands fully, O Arjuna, the objects of perception (senses, mind, etc.), divisions of Prakrithi (nature), and selfless action, has the ability to understand the relationship of senses and sensual objects and never gets attached to any beings or objects. परन्तु ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 27

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 27 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 27 shloka 27 The Blessed Lord Krishna spoke: O Arjuna, all actions that are performed by beings, are done so by three modes of Prakrithi or three aspects of nature. However, ignorant people claim themselves as the performer of their actions. वास्तव में सम्पूर्ण कर्म ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 26

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 26 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 26 Shloka 26 It is not a wise man’s concern or responsibility to fill the ignorant person’s mind with doubts, even if the latter is attached to his actions and constantly awaits results. However, he should encourafe these ignorant people just as any great man, ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 25

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 25 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 25 Shloka 25 The Blessed Lord said: Just as the ignorant perform actions with attachment to things and/or beings, so should the wise men take action for the preservation of world order, without developing any attachments whatsoever, O Arjuna. हे भारत ! कर्म में आसक्त्त ... Read More »