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TheGita – Chapter 6 – Complete

The Gita – Chapter 6 – Complete Shloka Complete The Gita – Chapter 6 – Complete Thus in the glorious Upanishads of the Bhagavad Gita, the science of the Eternal, the Scripture of Yoga, the dialogue between Shri Krishna and Arjuna, the sixth discourse, “The Yoga of Self-subdual.” [subscribe2] Dhyan yoga or Atmasanyam yoga -6 Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 47

The Gita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 47 Shloka 47 The Gita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 47 Of all the Yogis, the one who has complete faith in Me, whose mind is attached to Me only, and who continually worships Me, is absolutely the superior among all Yogis. सम्पूर्ण योगियों में भी जो श्रदावान् योगी मुझ में लगे हुए ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 46

The Gita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 46 Shloka 46 The Gita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 46 Lord Krishna stated: O Arjuna, the Yogi is superior to all those who perform religious sacrifices and superior to those who read holy scriptures and, of course, to those who perform attached Karma. Therefore, Arjuna, you should strive to be a Yogi. ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 45

The Gita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 45 Shloka 45 The Gita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 45 After practicing Yoga during many births, there by destroying all sins and totally purifying the Self, the Yoga attains the supreme state, i.e. Salvation (total liberation from the world). परन्तु प्रयत्न पूर्वक अभ्यास करने वाला योगी तो पिछले अनेक जन्मों के संस्कार ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 44

The Gita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 44 Shloka 44 The Gita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 44 As a result of the religious practices of his past life, he remains free of attachments and is attracted towards God by constantly practising Yoga although he may be under bad and unfavourable influences. वह श्रीमानों के घर में जन्म लेने वाला ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 43

The Gita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 43 Shloka 43 The Gita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 43 When a man takes birth in his next life, he attains the wisdom he had achieved from the pious actions he performed in the pious actions of his past life, he tries harder once more to achieve true eternal peace and happiness ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 42

The Gita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 42 Shloka 42 The Gita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 42 Dear Arjuna, if he does not take birth in a noble family of good conduct, then he will be born into a family of wise yogis.Such a birth in the world is difficult to find and can only be achieved if your ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 41

The Gita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 41 Shloka 41 The Gita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 41 The unsuccessful person in Yoga, Dear Arjuna, achieves an abode or home in heaven, the place of pious, pure. He stays there for a long time and after a while, takes birth in the house of noble people of good conduct. योगभ्रष्ट ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 40

The Gita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 40 Shloka 40 The Gita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 40 Lord Krishna replied: Dear Arjuna, the answer to your question is quite simple. A person who strives for God-realization (Yoga) never suffers deterioration or destruction. He is never destroyed in this world or in the other world regardless of whether he realizes ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 39

The Gita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 39 shloka 39 The Gita – Chapter 6 – Shloka 39 Lord Krishna, this is one of the doubts I have in my mind. You can remove it entirely. If anybody can remove all my doubts Krishna, it is You, and only You. Nobody else can clear My doubts completely. हे श्रीकृष्ण ! ... Read More »