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TheGita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 22

The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 22 The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 22 Shloka 22 A person who is content with what he has who has no feeling of desire for other things, or uncertainty of any type, who has shed his envious feelings and who is above all even-minded in success and failure, such a person ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 21

The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 21 The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 21 Shloka 21 That person, O Arjuna, who has conquered his body and mind, who has given up all enjoyments and pleasures of the world, and who performs action only for the sake of maintaining his body, does not encounter or subiect himself to sin. ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 20

The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 20 The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 20 Shloka 20 The Lord proclaimed: He who is totally unattached to the rewards of action, is forever happy and satisfied, who depends on nobody in this world, and is constantly involved in action, is really performing no action at all. जो पुरुष समस्त कर्मों ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 19

The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 19 The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 19 Shloka 19 One who does all Karma without desire or attachment for the fruits of his Karma and one whose actions are burnt up in the of Gyan or wisdom, is regarded by even the wise men as a sage. जिसके सम्पूर्ण शास्त्र सम्मत ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 18

The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 18 The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 18 Shloka 18 One who sees action (Karma) in inaction (Akarma), and inaction in action, is a wise man and a great sage. That man who has accomplished all actions is a Yogi. जो मनुष्य कर्म में अकर्म देखता है और जो अकर्म में कर्म ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 17

The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 17 The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 17 Shloka 17 One should know the principle of Karma (action) Akarma (inaction) and forbidden Karma, (forbidden action). The philosophy behind Karma is very deep and mysterious. So listen closely. कर्म का स्वरूप भी जानना चाहिये और अकर्म का स्वरूप भी जानना चाहिये तथा विकर्म ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 16

The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 16 The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 16 Shloka 16 Even the wise men are confused about Karma (action) and Akarma (inaction). I shall now explain to you the truth about Karma. Knowing the truth, O Arjuna, you will be released from the bondage of Karma. कर्म क्या है ? और अकर्म ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 15

The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 15 The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 15 Shloka 15 The Lord continued: O Arjuna, ancient wise men who were searching for salvation in me, knew the facts well. However they even performed actions. Therefore O Arjuna, continue performing your actions doing your Karma as your ancestors once did in the past. ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 14

The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 14 The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 14 Shloka 14 The Lord continued: O Arjuna, since I, the immortal Lord, have no cravings for the fruits of action, I do not desire the reward of Karma. Therefore those who know me well are not affected or bound by Karma (action). कर्मों के ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 13

The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 13 The Gita – Chapter 4 – Shloka 13 Shloka 13 I, the Lord, O Arjuna, am the creator of the four castes (namely, Brahmin, Ksatriya, Vaishya and Sudra). You must understand Arjuna, that I who created these four orders of society, am a non-doer. ब्राह्मण, क्षत्रिय, वैश्य और शूद्र —- इन चार ... Read More »