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TheGita – Chapter 1 – Complete

The Gita – Chapter 1 – Complete The Gita – Chapter 1 – 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 first discourse, “The Despondency of Arjuna.” [subscribe2] Arjuna–Visada yoga -1 Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 47

The Gita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 47 The Gita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 47 Shloka 47 Sanjaya said: Having said this, ARJUNA, still extremely sad and confused sat on the seat of this chariot throwing away his bow and arrows. संजय बोले —- रणभूमि में शोकसे उद्भिग्नमन वाले  अर्जुन इस प्रकार कहकर, बाण सहित धनुष को त्याग कर ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 46

The Gita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 46 The Gita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 46 Shloka 46 Arjuna spoke in misery: I think it would be better for me if the sons of DHRTARASHTRA slay me, with their weapons while I remain unarmed and unwilling to fight back. यदि मुझ शस्त्ररहित एवं सामना न करने वाले को शस्त्र हाथ ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 45

The Gita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 45 The Gita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 45 Shloka 45 Moreover, it is a great shame, that knowing and understanding everything, we are still ready to commit such a great sin of killing our kinsmen, just because of greed for kingdom and pleasures. हा ! शोक ! हमलोग बुद्भिमान् होकर भी महान् ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 44

The Gita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 44 The Gita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 44 Shloka 44 Arjuna said to Lord Krishna: It has been heard, O JANARDHANA (Krishna) that hell is the permanent home for those men whose families’ religious practices have been broken and destroyed. हे जनार्दन ! जिनका कुल-धर्म नष्ट हो गया है, ऐसे मनुष्यों का ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 43

The Gita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 43 The Gita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 43 Shloka 43 The everlasting traditions, customs and principles of a caste are destroyed when different castes join together and create mixed-blood generations. This leads to confusion of a caste’s customs. इन वर्णसंकरकारक दोषों से कुलघातियों के सनातन कुल धर्म और जाती-धर्म नष्ट हो जाते ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 42

The Gita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 42 The Gita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 42 Shloka 42 Arjuna continued; By the mixture of castes, families will breed more family destroyers; being deprived of food and water, their ancestors will also fall from heaven. वर्णसंकर कुलघातियों को और कुल को नरक में ले जाने के लिये ही होता है । ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 41

The Gita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 41 The Gita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 41 Shloka 41 O KRISHNA, with the growth of evil in a family, the family women, become impure and evil, and sinning with those of other castes would follow. हे कृष्ण ! पाप के अधिक बढ़ जाने से कुल की स्त्रियां अत्यन्त दूषित हो जाती ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 40

The Gita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 40 The Gita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 40 Shloka 40 Arjuna explained: When one begins to destroy his own family, then his ancient, respected traditions, customs, moral values, principles, are destroyed as well. By the destruction of these, the whole family becomes evil and huge sins are committed. कुल के नाश से ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 38-39

The Gita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 38-39 The Gita – Chapter 1 – Shloka 38-39 Shloka 38 39 Greed has clouded the minds and overpowered the intelligence of the sons of DHRTARASHTRA and so they feel no guilt, and fail to see the sins they are commiting by betraying friends and destroying their families. Arjuna continued: Why should we ... Read More »