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TheGita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 49

The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 49 The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 49 Shloka 49 When a man’s ultimate goal is to achieve freedom from material bondage in this world, and his soul is divine and in pure harmony, he can attain the results of RENUNCIATION (detachment from material objects) which thus, leads him to the Supreme ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 48

The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 48 The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 48 Shloka 48 A man should never foresake his own tasks, even if he cannot complete them in full perfection, simply because it is a known fact that every (human) endeavour consists of some fault or imperfection just as all fire consists of smoke. अतएव ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 47

The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 47 The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 47 Shloka 47 O Arjuna, it is far better to perform one’s own tasks imperfectly rather than to perform someone else’s tasks with perfection. When a man does the work that is prescribed to him, no sins or sinful desires can affect this man. अच्छी ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 46

The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 46 The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 46 Shloka 46 They all reach perfection while performing their various designated tasks in society and of course by worship of the Lord, who is the maker and source of all existence (and beyond) in this world. O Arjuna, listen carefully now as I explain ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 45

The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 45 The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 45 Shloka 45 All of these people who are the various components that make up society, attain the truest state of perfection when they perform their work while at the same time find great joy and happiness in performing their designated tasks. अपने-अपने स्वाभाविक कर्मों ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 44

The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 44 The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 44 Shloka 44 The Vaisyas and the Sudras are known to provide the services of farming, rearing cattle, and agricultural trade for society. खेती, गोपालन और क्रय-विक्रय रूप सत्य व्यवहार —– ये वैश्य के स्वाभाविक कर्म हैं । तथा सब वर्णों की सेवा करना शूद्र ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 43

The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 43 The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 43 Shloka 43 The valiant work of the Kshastriyas are marked by their heroic minds, power, resourcefulness, determination, courage in battle, generosity in charity and noble leadership. शूरवीरता, तेज, धैर्य, चतुरता और युद्ध में न भागना, दान देना और स्वामिभाव — ये सब के सब ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 42

The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 42 The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 42 Shloka 42 Now, O Arjuna, let Me describe to you all of these individual members of society: The works of the Brahmins are characterized by such qualities as, peacefulness, self-control, purity, tolerance, honesty, faith, righteousness,and wisdom. अन्त:करण का निग्रह करना, इन्द्रियों का दमन करना ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 41

The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 41 The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 41 Shloka 41 O Arjuna, all the different qualities of work of the various casts in society, namely the Brahmins, Kshastriyas, Vaisyas, and Sudras are determined according to the three modes of nature. हे परंतप ! ब्राह्मण, क्षत्रिय और वैश्यों के तथा शूद्रों के कर्म ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 40

The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 40 The Gita – Chapter 18 – Shloka 40 Shloka 40 Nothing exists, either on the face of this earth or among the Demi- gods in heaven, which is free from the three powers of nature, dear Bharata, पृथ्वी में या आकाश में अथवा देवताओं में तथा इनके सिवा और कहीं भी वह ... Read More »