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TheGita – Chapter 14 – Complete

The Gita – Chapter 14 – Complete The Gita – Chapter 14 – 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 fourteenth discourse, “The Yoga of Separation from the Three Qualities.: Gunatraya–Vibhaga yoga -14 —Jai Shree […]

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TheGita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 27

The Gita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 27 The Gita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 27 Shloka 27 I am the abode of Brahman, the immortal, the immutable, the eternal (ever-lasting) dharma and absolute bliss. क्योंकि उस अविनाशी परब्रह्म का और अमृत का तथा नित्य धर्म का और अखण्ड एक रस आनन्द का आश्रय मैं […]

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TheGita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 26

The Gita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 26 The Gita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 26 Shloka 26 And he who serves Me with an unfailing devotion, he is fit for becoming Brahman because he is gone beyond all the qualities (Gunas). और जो पुरुष अव्यभिचारी भक्त्ति योग के द्वारा मुझको निरन्तर भजता है, वह […]

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TheGita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 25

The Gita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 25 The Gita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 25 Shloka 25 He who behaves the same in times of honour or in times of disgrace; who behaves the same with enemies and friends; and who has surrendered all desires for action as well as lust for rewards resulting […]

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TheGita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 24

The Gita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 24 The Gita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 24 Shloka 24 …He who dwells in his own self, who considers feelings of pain and pleasure as the same; to whom gold, soil, and stones are of equal worth; he who remains unchanged under pleasant and unpleasant circumstances; he […]

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TheGita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 23

The Gita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 23 The Gita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 23 Shloka 23 The Lord further explained: …He who sits apart undisturbed and unaffected by varying conditions of the environment and observes the world around him knowing and fully understanding that it is the power of nature that acts on […]

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TheGita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 22

The Gita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 22 The Gita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 22 Shloka 22 My dear Pandava (Arjuna), he who does not hate nor has any desire for light, (representing results which are born out of SATTVIC deeds), busy activity, and all that represents darkness whether they are near to him […]

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TheGita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 21

The Gita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 21 The Gita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 21 Shloka 21 Arjuna then asked the Almighty Lord: How can one know if a particular being has gone beyond or has transcended the three powers of nature O Krishna? What is his way of life and how does he […]

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TheGita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 20

The Gita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 20 The Gita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 20 Shloka 20 A person whose soul has risen above these three conditions of nature that actually lie within the mortal body, he becomes free from the cycle of birth and death as well as from sorrow and temporary happiness. […]

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TheGita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 19

The Gita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 19 The Gita – Chapter 14 – Shloka 19 Shloka 19 When a true wiseman and seer fully understands that these three parts of nature are virtually the three main stages of life in this vast universe, he begins to also realize that which lies beyond these three […]

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