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TheGita – Chapter 2 – Complete

The Gita – Chapter 2 – Complete The Gita – Chapter 2 – 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 second discourse, “Yoga by the Sankhya. Sankhya yoga -2 Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 72

The Gita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 72 The Gita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 72 Shloka 72 The Blessed Lord spoke: O ARJUNA, this is the state of a person who has truly realized God. After obtaining Supreme Bliss by realizing God, this person cannot be deceived by any of life’s evils. Until the time of death one remains ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 71

The Gita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 71 The Gita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 71 Sloka 71 The Blessed Lord said: By giving up all desires, freeing oneself of all attachments and without constantly thinking of oneself or of one’s possessions, only then, one may live in realistic peace. जो पुरुष सम्पूर्ण कामनाओं को त्याग कर ममता रहित, अहंकार ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 70

The Gita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 70 The Gita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 70 shloka 70 As the river enters the ocean without affecting the ocean or disturbing it, so the desires enter the person who has obtained Supreme peace, but not the person who is already filled with desires and wants more and more. जैसे नाना नदियों ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 69

The Gita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 69 The Gita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 69 Shloka 69 When it is night for all others, the wise man is always awake. When others are aware and deceived (deluded) by sensual objects, the wise man who knows the truth and has realized God, shuts his eyes to daylight and the misleading ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 68

The Gita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 68 The Gita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 68 Shloka 68 O ARJUNA, therefore with senses under control, protected from sensual objects, not only does one have the ability to reason things out properly, but also gains peace of mind leading to eternal bliss and happiness. इसलिये हे महाबाहो ! जिस पुरुष की ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 67

The Gita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 67 The Gita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 67 Shloka 67 The mind of those who run after or pursue material pleasures and sensual objects, is often clouded and let on the wrong path, just as the wind blows away the ship on the waters. क्योंकि जैसे जल में चलने वाली नाव को ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 66

The Gita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 66 The Gita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 66 Shloka 66 One who cannot control his senses is one who is lacking in steady wisdom and intelligence, and also lacks proper feelings or sentiments (thoughts). A person who cannot think properly and make decisions with a clear mind, cannot have peace of mind, ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 65

The Gita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 65 The Gita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 65 Shloka 65 Purity of self gets rid of all miseries and grief. A person with internal purity soon develops steady wisdom and a clear, unclouded intelligence. अन्त:करण की प्रसन्नता होने पर इसके सम्पूर्ण दुःखों का अभाव हो जाता है और उस प्रसन्न चित्त वाले ... Read More »

TheGita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 64

The Gita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 64 The Gita – Chapter 2 – Shloka 64 Shloka 64 But the disciplined wise man who has control over his senses and is free from attraction and emotional distractions, gains peace and purity of the self. परन्तु अपने अधीन किये हुए अन्त:करण वाला साधक अपने वश में की हुई राग-द्बेष से रहित ... Read More »