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TheGita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 33

The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 33 The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 33 Shloka 33 O Arjuna, sacrifice of wisdom (Gyan) is always better than sacrifice of material objects because all actions end with Gyan. हे परंतप अर्जुन ! द्रव्य मय यज्ञ की अपेक्षा ज्ञान यज्ञ अत्यन्त श्रेष्ठ है तथा यावन्मात्र सम्पूर्ण कर्म ज्ञान में समाप्त हो ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 32

The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 32 The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 32 Shloka 32 The Lord continued: O Arjuna, many sacrifices are mentioned extensively throughout the Vedas. All of these sacrifices involve some sort of action or Karma to be performed. With this knowledge in mind, you will achieve the state of unattached Karma, or action ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 31

The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 31 The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 31 Shloka 31 O Arjuna, only those people who have sacrificed to achieve wisdom and knowledge of Gyan, go to Brahma, (the creator of all beings and God of Wisdom in the World). Without performing some sort of sacrifice in life, one cannot possibly remain ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 29-30

 The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 29-30 The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 29-30 Shloka 29 30 Other Yogis (wise men) perform sacrifice by controlling the amount of breaths they take. By holding in their breath for a long periond of time while pronouncing My name, they increase their life’s longevity. This act is known as PRANAYAM. Others ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 28

The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 28 The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 28 Shloka 28 Sacrifices come in many forms. Giving away material wealth for charity is a sacrifice. Austerity is a sacrifice. Yoga is a sacrifice. Making vows and promises involve sacrifice. Even self-study is a sacrifice. कई पुरुष द्रव्य सम्बन्धी यज्ञ करने वाले हैं, कितने ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 27

The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 27 The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 27 Shloka 27 Some Yogis sacrifice all the functions of their senses ans all their vital functions of life, into the fire of Yoga, in the shape of self control, which is kindled by Gyan (wisdom). (This signifies the sacrificer’s one-mindedness with the Lord, the ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 26

The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 26 The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 26 Shloka 26 Some offer, in the fire of self-control, one of their senses such as their hearing. (This signifies that the signifies has no attachment to any of his senses.) Others offer sensual objects (objects of perception), such as sound, in the fire of ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 25

The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 25 The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 25 Shloka 25 The Lord continued: Some Yogis prefer to perform sacrifice through the worship of deities (gods and god esses): other Yogis perform sacrifice to Brahma in the form of fire. दूसरे योगी जन देवताओं के पूजन रूप यज्ञ का ही भली भांति अनुष्ठान ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 24

The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 24 The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 24 Shloka 24 The offerings in a sacrifice are Brahma (God), the sacrificial fire is Brahma (God), the one who performs the sacrifice is Brahma, the sacrifice itself is Brahma, the person performing the action of sacrifice is placed in Brahma and will reach Brahma, ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 23

The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 23 The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 23 Shloka 23 Lord Krishna continued: A person who has no attachment to anything whatsoever in this world, whose heart is set on acquiring Gyan (wisdom), who works for the sake of sacrifice, and is a totally liberated person from the world, all actions for ... Read More »