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TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 24

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 24 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 24 Shloka 24 These worlds would if I did no do action, I would be the cause of confusion of castes and I would destroy these beings. इसलिये यदि मैं कर्म न करूँ तो ये सब मनुष्य नष्ट-भ्रष्ट हो जायँ और मैं संकरता का करने ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 23

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 23 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 23 Shloka 23 O Arjuna, if I do not perform my duties, the destruction of all regions of the universe will come about. Mixed castes will develop and all the beings on the face of this earth will be destroyed. क्योंकि हे पार्थ ! यदि ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 22

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 22 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 22 Shloka 22 The Blessed Lord spoke: O Arjuna, take Me for example. There is nothing that is not available for me in this universe, nor is there any specific function or duty for me to perform, still, however, I perform Karma. हे अर्जुन ! ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 21

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 21 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 21 Shloka 21 If a great man sets an example for the world, the world will follow him. Whatever standards or values he sets, people generally will follow the same set of standards and values. श्रेष्ठ पुरुष जो-जो आचरण करता है, अन्य पुरुष भी वैसा-वैसा ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 20

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 20 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 20 Shloka 20 Wise men, such as King Janak, all attained the state of perfection by doing their duties and actions without any feelings of attachment to anyone or anything. Therefore, Arjuna, keeping in mind the goodwill and welfare of others in the world, do ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 19

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 19 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 19 Shloka 19 Therefore, Arjuna always perform your given duties without feelings of attachment towards any being or anything. A person doing unattached actions, or in other words, “inction” attains the Lord, the key to perfection. इसलिये तू निरन्तर आसक्त्ति से रहित होकर सदा कर्तव्य ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 18

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 18 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 18 Shloka 18 This type of person has no use for actions (duties performed for the attainment of a certain goal), or inactions (duties performed without the expectation of any results). This type of person has reached a very high stage in the attainment of ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 17

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 17 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 17 Shloka 17 He, O Arjuna, who is satisfied and content in himself, and he who is absorbed in himself, actions and duties do not exist (for him). परन्तु जो मनुष्य आत्मा में ही रमण करने वाला और आत्मा में ही तृप्त तथा आत्मा में ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 16

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 16 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 16 Shloka 16 The Blessed Lord said: O Arjuna, he who does not follow the proper course of creation such as that I have just described, but centres his life around the enjoyment of luxuries, this sinful person, in my eyes, leads a useless life. ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 14-15

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 14-15 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 14-15 Shloka 14 15 Food allows people to live. Food is produced from rain. Rain arises from sacrifice. Actions produce sacrifice or Yagna. God produces knowledge. Knowledge produces actions. Actions produce sacrifice or Yagya. Where there is sacrifice, the omnipresent God is there also. सम्पूर्ण ... Read More »