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TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 13

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 13 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 13 Shloka 13 The Blessed Lord Krishna said: People who eat food after offering it for sacrifice are considered pious, pure, and are freed from all sins. People who prepare food only for themselves commit sins and are impure. यज्ञ से बचे हुए अन्न को ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 12

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 12 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 12 Shloka 12 Through the spirit of sacrifice of Yagya, the Deities grow and progress. As they grow, they will provide you with all the pleasures you desire. You should offer part of these pleasures to the Deities. If one is granted pleasures by another ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 11

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 11 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 11 Shloka 11 The Lord said unto Arjuna: The Gods or Deities grow with Yagya or sacrifice. When the Deities grow, they will help you to grow. Thus, both Deity and mankind grow continually. they will both achieve their supreme goal. तुम लोग इस यज्ञ ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 10

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 10 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 10 Shloka 10 Brahma has created the universe with the spirit of sacrifice. Brahma, the Creator, said unto mankind, “You shall grow and prosper. Yagya (sacrifice) will bring you all that you wish.” प्रजापति ब्रह्मा ने कल्प के आदि में यज्ञ सहित प्रजाओं को रच ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 9

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 9 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 9 Shloka 9 The Lord continued: O Arjuna, all the actions that a person performs in this world, except of course those associated with sacrifice or Yagya, tie that person to the world. Therefore, O Arjuna to break free from this link, perform all your ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 8

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 8 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 8 Shloka 8 Perform the actions that you have been obliged to perform, or that have been prescribed for you. Action is always better than inaction, If one is inactive, he cannot live, simply because he is not performing the action of maintaining his body. ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 7

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 7 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 7 Shloka 7 The Blessed Lord spoke: O Arjuna, one who has fully learned to control his senses with his mind and practises selfless Karmayoga keeping his senses controlled and not allowing them to interfere and disrupt his action, is truly a great person. किंतु ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 6

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 6 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 6 Shloka 6 O Arjuna, those who have learned to control the organs of action, yet still think in their minds of the pleasures that they can get from those organs, are fooling only themselves by pretending to have certain qualities that do not really ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 5

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 5 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 5 Shloka 5 Lord Krishna continued: There is nobody who is living that does not perform an action of some sort even for a moment. Everyone is forced to perform actions by natural tendencies (human nature). नि:संदेह कोई भी मनुष्य किसी भी काल में क्षण ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 4

The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 4 The Gita – Chapter 3 – Shloka 4 Shloka  4 O Arjuna, it is not only important to understand the meanings of Sankhyayoga and Karmayoga, but it is also important to understand the aims or goals behind each of these courses of action. The aim of Karmayoga is to achieve freedom from ... Read More »