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Chapter 2 Verse 8 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English na hi prapasyami mamapanudyad yac chokam ucchosanam indriyanam avapya bhumav asapatnam rddham rajyam suranam api cadhipatyam Marathi Interpretation ,. English Interpretation I can find no means to drive away this grief which is drying up my senses.
I will not be able to destroy it even if I win an unrivaled kingdom on earth with sovereignty like the demigods in heaven. Chapter 2 Verse 9 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English sanjaya uvaca evam uktva hrsikesam gudakesah parantapah na yotsya iti govindam uktva tusnim babhuva ha.
Having spoken thus, Arjuna, chastiser of enemies, told Krsna, "Govinda, I shall not fight," and fell silent. Sanskrit English tam uvaca hrsikesah prahasann iva bharata senayor ubhayor madhye visidantam, idam vacah. English Interpretation O descendant of Bharata, at that time Krsna, smiling, in the midst of both the armies, spoke the following words to the grief-stricken Arjuna.
Chapter 2 Verse 11 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English sri-bhagavan uvaca asocyan anvasocas tvam prajna-vadams ca bhasase gatasun agatasums ca nanusocanti panditah. English Interpretation The Blessed Lord said: While speaking learned words, you are mourning for what is not worthy of grief. Those who are wise lament neither for the living nor the dead. Chapter 2 Verse 12 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English na tv evaham jatu nasam na tvam neme janadhipah na caiva na bhavisyamah sarve vayam atah param Marathi Interpretation , , ;.
English Interpretation. Never was there a time when I did not exist, nor you, nor all these kings; nor in the future shall any of us cease to be. Chapter 2 Verse 13 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English dehino 'smin yatha dehe kaumaram yauvanam jara tatha dehantara-praptir dhiras tatra na muhyati.
English Interpretation As the embodied soul continuously passes, in this body, from boyhood to youth to old age, the soul similarly passes into another body at death. A self-realized soul is not bewildered by such a change. Chapter 2 Verse 14 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English matra-sparsas tu kaunteya sitosna-sukha-duhkha-dah agamapayino 'nityas tams titiksasva bharata. English Interpretation O son of Kunti, the nonpermanent appearance of happiness and distress, and their disappearance in due course, are like the appearance and disappearance of winter and summer seasons.
They arise from sense perception, O scion of Bharata, and one must learn to tolerate them without being disturbed. English Interpretation O best among men [Arjuna], the person who is not disturbed by happiness and distress and is steady in both is certainly eligible for liberation. Chapter 2 Verse 16 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English nasato vidyate bhavo nabhavo vidyate satah ubhayor api drsto 'ntas tv anayos tattva-darsibhih.
English Interpretation Those who are seers of the truth have concluded that of the nonexistent there is no endurance, and of the existent there is no cessation. This seers have concluded by studying the nature of both. Chapter 2 Verse 17 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English avinasi tu tad viddhi yena sarvam idam tatam vinasam avyayasyasya na kascit kartum arhati Marathi Interpretation ,.
English Interpretation Know that which pervades the entire body is indestructible. No one is able to destroy the imperishable soul. Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English antavanta ime deha nityasyoktah saririnah anasino 'prameyasya tasmad yudhyasva bharata Marathi Interpretation ,. English Interpretation Only the material body of the indestructible, immeasurable and eternal living entity is subject to destruction; therefore, fight, O descendant of Bharata.
Chapter 2 Verse 19 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English ya enam vetti hantaram yas cainam manyate hatam ubhau tau na vijanito nayam hanti na hanyate Marathi Interpretation ,. English Interpretation He who thinks that the living entity is the slayer or that he is slain, does not understand. One who is in knowledge knows that the self slays not nor is slain. Chapter 2 Verse 20 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English na jayate mriyate va kadacin nayam bhutva bhavita va na bhuyah ajo nityah sasvato 'yam purano na hanyate hanyamane sarire Marathi Interpretation , ,.
For the soul there is never birth nor death. Nor, having once been, does he ever cease to be. He is unborn, eternal, ever-existing, undying and primeval. He is not slain when the body is slain. Chapter 2 Verse 21 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English vedavinasinam nityam ya enam ajam avyayam katham sa purusah partha kam ghatayati hanti kam Marathi Interpretation Partha,. English Interpretation O Partha, how can a person who knows that the soul is indestructible, unborn, eternal and immutable, kill anyone or cause anyone to kill?
Chapter 2 Verse 22 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English vasamsi jirnani yatha vihaya navani grhnati naro 'parani tatha sarirani vihaya jirnany anyani samyati navani dehi. English Interpretation As a person puts on new garments, giving up old ones, similarly, the soul accepts new material bodies, giving up the old and useless ones.
Chapter 2 Verse 23 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English nainam chindanti sastrani nainam dahati pavakah na cainam kledayanty apo. English Interpretation The soul can never be cut into pieces by any weapon, nor can he be burned by fire, nor moistened by water, nor withered by the wind. Chapter 2 Verse 24 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English acchedyo 'yam adahyo 'yam akledyo 'sosya eva ca nityah sarva-gatah sthanur acalo 'yam sanatanah Marathi Interpretation ,.
English Interpretation This individual soul is unbreakable and insoluble, and can be neither burned nor dried.
He is everlasting, allpervading, unchangeable, immovable and eternally the same. Chapter 2 Verse 25 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English avyakto 'yam acintyo 'yam avikaryo 'yam ucyate tasmad evam viditvainam nanusocitum arhasi Marathi Interpretation ,.
English Interpretation It is said that the soul is invisible, inconceivable, immutable, and unchangeable. Knowing this, you should not grieve for the body. Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English atha cainam nitya-jatam nityam va manyase mrtam tathapi tvam maha-baho nainam socitum arhasi Marathi Interpretation ,. English Interpretation If, however, you think that the soul is perpetually born and always dies, still you still have no reason to lament, O mighty-armed.
Chapter 2 Verse 27 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English jatasya hi dhruvo mrtyur dhruvam janma mrtasya ca tasmad apariharye 'rthe na tvam socitum arhasi. English Interpretation For one who has taken his birth, death is certain; and for one who is dead, birth is certain.
Therefore, in the unavoidable discharge of your duty, you should not lament. Chapter 2 Verse 28 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English avyaktadini bhutani vyakta-madhyani bharata avyakta-nidhanany eva tatra ka paridevana Marathi Interpretation , unmanifest.
English Interpretation All created beings are unmanifest in their beginning, manifest in their interim state, and unmanifest again when they are annihilated. So what need is there for lamentation?
Chapter 2 Verse 29 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English ascarya-vat pasyati kascid enam ascarya-vad vadati tathaiva canyah ascarya-vac cainam anyah srnoti srutvapy enam veda na caiva kascit Marathi Interpretation ,.
English Interpretation Some look at the soul as amazing, some describe him as amazing, and some hear of him as amazing, while others, even after hearing about him, cannot understand him at all.
Chapter 2 Verse 30 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English dehi nityam avadhyo 'yam dehe sarvasya bharata tasmat sarvani bhutani na tvam socitum arhasi. English Interpretation O descendant of Bharata, he who dwells in the body is eternal and can never be slain.
Therefore you need not grieve for any creature. English Interpretation Considering your specific duty as a ksatriya, you should know that there is no better engagement for you than fighting on religious principles; and so there is no need for hesitation.
Chapter 2 Verse 32 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English yadrcchaya copapannam svarga-dvaram apavrtam sukhinah ksatriyah partha labhante yuddham idrsam Marathi Interpretation Partha,. English Interpretation O Partha, happy are the ksatriyas to whom such fighting opportunities come unsought, opening for them the doors of the heavenly planets.
Chapter 2 Verse 33 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English atha cet tvam imam dharmyam sangramam na karisyasi tatah sva-dharmam kirtim ca hitva papam avapsyasi Marathi Interpretation ,. English Interpretation If, however, you do not fight this religious war, then you will certainly incur sins for neglecting your duties and thus lose your reputation as a fighter.
Chapter 2 Verse 34 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English akirtim capi bhutani kathayisyanti te 'vyayam sambhavitasya cakirtir maranad atiricyate Marathi Interpretation ,. English Interpretation People will always speak of your infamy, and for one who has been honored, dishonor is worse than death. Chapter 2 Verse 35 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English bhayad ranad uparatam mamsyante tvam maha-rathah yesam ca tvam bahu-mato bhutva yasyasi laghavam Marathi Interpretation ,.
English Interpretation The great generals who have highly esteemed your name and fame will think that you have left the battlefield out of fear only, and thus they will consider you a coward.
Chapter 2 Verse 36 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English avacya-vadams ca bahun vadisyanti tavahitah nindantas tava samarthyam tato duhkhataram nu kim Marathi Interpretation.
English Interpretation Your enemies will describe you in many unkind words and scorn your ability. What could be more painful for. Chapter 2 Verse 37 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English hato va prapsyasi svargam jitva va bhoksyase mahim tasmad uttistha kaunteya yuddhaya krta-niscayah. English Interpretation O son of Kunti, either you will be killed on the battlefield and attain the heavenly planets, or you will conquer and enjoy the earthly kingdom. Therefore get up and fight with determination.
Chapter 2 Verse 38 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English sukha-duhkhe same krtva labhalabhau jayajayau tato yuddhaya yujyasva naivam papam avapsyasi Marathi Interpretation ,. English Interpretation Do thou fight for the sake of fighting, without considering happiness or distress, loss or gain, victory or defeat-and, by so doing, you shall never incur sin.
Chapter 2 Verse 39 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English esa te 'bhihita sankhye buddhir yoge tv imam srnu buddhya yukto yaya partha karma-bandham prahasyasi. English Interpretation Thus far I have declared to you the analytical knowledge of sankhya philosophy. Now listen to the knowledge of yoga whereby one works without fruitive result. O son of Prtha, when you act by such intelligence, you can free yourself from the bondage of works.
Chapter 2 Verse 40 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English nehabhikrama-naso 'sti pratyavayo na vidyate svalpam apy asya dharmasya trayate mahato bhayat Marathi Interpretation ,. English Interpretation In this endeavor there is no loss or diminution, and a little advancement on this path can protect one from the most dangerous type of fear.
Chapter 2 Verse 41 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English vyavasayatmika buddhir ekeha kuru-nandana bahu-sakha hy anantas ca buddhayo 'vyavasayinam Marathi Interpretation ,. English Interpretation Those who are on this path are resolute in purpose, and their aim is one. O beloved child of the Kurus, the intelligence of those who are irresolute is many-branched. Chapter 2 Verse Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English yam imam puspitam vacam pravadanty avipascitah veda-vada-ratah partha nanyad astiti vadinah kamatmanah svarga-para janma-karma-phala-pradam kriya-visesa-bahulam bhogaisvarya-gatim prati Marathi Interpretation fruitive ,.
English Interpretation Men of small knowledge are very much attached to the flowery words of the Vedas, which recommend various fruitive activities for elevation to heavenly planets, resultant good birth, power, and so forth. Being desirous of sense gratification and opulent life, they say that there is nothing more than this. Chapter 2 Verse 44 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English bhogaisvarya-prasaktanam tayapahrta-cetasam vyavasayatmika buddhih samadhau na vidhiyate Marathi Interpretation ,.
English Interpretation In the minds of those who are too attached to sense enjoyment and material opulence, and who are bewildered by such things, the resolute determination of devotional service to the Supreme Lord does not take place. Sanskrit English trai-gunya-visaya veda nistraigunyo bhavarjuna nirdvandvo nitya-sattva-stho niryoga-ksema atmavan Marathi Interpretation. English Interpretation The Vedas mainly deal with the subject of the three modes of material nature.
Rise above these modes, O Arjuna.
Be transcendental to all of them. Be free from all dualities and from all anxieties for gain and safety, and be established in the Self. Chapter 2 Verse 46 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English yavan artha udapane sarvatah samplutodake tavan sarvesu vedesu brahmanasya vijanatah Marathi Interpretation.
English Interpretation All purposes that are served by the small pond can at once be served by the great reservoirs of water. Similarly, all the purposes of the Vedas can be served to one who knows the purpose behind them. Chapter 2 Verse 47 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English karmany evadhikaras te ma phalesu kadacana ma karma-phala-hetur bhur ma te sango 'stv akarmani Marathi Interpretation ,:.
You have a right to perform your prescribed duty, but you are not entitled to the fruits of action. Never consider yourself to be the cause of the results of your activities, and never be attached to not doing your duty.
Chapter 2 Verse 48 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English yoga-sthah kuru karmani sangam tyaktva dhananjaya siddhy-asiddhyoh samo bhutva samatvam yoga ucyate Marathi Interpretation ,. English Interpretation Be steadfast in yoga, O Arjuna. Perform your duty and abandon all attachment to success or failure. Such evenness of mind is called yoga. Chapter 2 Verse 49 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English durena hy avaram karma buddhi-yogad dhananjaya buddhau saranam anviccha krpanah phala-hetavah.
English Interpretation O Dhananjaya, rid yourself of all fruitive activities by devotional service, and surrender fully to that consciousness. Those who want to enjoy the fruits of their work are misers.
English Interpretation A man engaged in devotional service rids himself of both good and bad actions even in this life. Therefore strive for yoga, O Arjuna, which is the art of all work. Chapter 2 Verse 51 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English karma-jam buddhi-yukta hi phalam tyaktva manisinah janma-bandha-vinirmuktah padam gacchanty anamayam Marathi Interpretation ,.
English Interpretation The wise, engaged in devotional service, take refuge in the Lord, and free themselves from the cycle of birth and death by renouncing the fruits of action in the material world.
In this way they can attain that state beyond all miseries. Chapter 2 Verse 52 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English yada te moha-kalilam buddhir vyatitarisyati tada gantasi nirvedam srotavyasya srutasya ca Marathi Interpretation ,.
English Interpretation When your intelligence has passed out of the dense forest of delusion, you shall become indifferent to all that has been heard and all that is to be heard. Chapter 2 Verse 53 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English sruti-vipratipanna te yada sthasyati niscala samadhav acala buddhis tada yogam avapsyasi Marathi Interpretation ,:. English Interpretation When your mind is no longer disturbed by the flowery language of the Vedas, and when it remains fixed in the trance of self-realization, then you will have attained the divine consciousness.
Chapter 2 Verse 54 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English arjuna uvaca sthita-prajnasya ka bhasa samadhi-sthasya kesava sthita-dhih kim prabhaseta kim asita vrajeta kim.
What are the symptoms of one whose consciousness is thus merged in Transcendence? How does he speak, and what is his language? How does he sit, and how does he walk? Chapter 2 Verse 55 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English sri-bhagavan uvaca prajahati yada kaman sarvan partha mano-gatan atmany evatmana tustah sthita-prajnas tadocyate Marathi Interpretation. O Partha, when a man gives up all varieties of sense desire which arise from mental concoction, and when his mind finds satisfaction in the self alone, then he is said to be in pure transcendental consciousness.
Chapter 2 Verse 56 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English duhkhesv anudvigna-manah sukhesu vigata-sprhah vita-raga-bhaya-krodhah sthita-dhir munir ucyate Marathi Interpretation ,. English Interpretation One who is not disturbed in spite of the threefold miseries, who is not elated when there is happiness, and who is free from attachment, fear and anger, is called a sage of steady mind. Chapter 2 Verse 57 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English yah sarvatranabhisnehas tat tat prapya subhasubham nabhinandati na dvesti tasya prajna pratisthita.
English Interpretation He who is without attachment, who does not rejoice when he obtains good, nor lament when he obtains evil, is firmly fixed in perfect knowledge.
Sanskrit English yada samharate cayam kurmo 'nganiva sarvasah indriyanindriyarthebhyas tasya prajna pratisthita Marathi Interpretation ,. English Interpretation One who is able to withdraw his senses from sense objects, as the tortoise draws its limbs within the shell, is to be understood as truly situated in knowledge.
Chapter 2 Verse 59 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English visaya vinivartante niraharasya dehinah rasa-varjam raso 'py asya param drstva nivartate Marathi Interpretation ,. English Interpretation The embodied soul may be restricted from sense enjoyment, though the taste for sense objects remains. But, ceasing such engagements by experiencing a higher taste, he is fixed in consciousness. Chapter 2 Verse 60 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English yatato hy api kaunteya purusasya vipascitah indriyani pramathini haranti prasabham manah Marathi Interpretation ,.
The senses are so strong and impetuous, O Arjuna, that they forcibly carry away the mind even of a man of discrimination who is endeavoring to control them. Chapter 2 Verse 61 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English tani sarvani samyamya yukta asita mat-parah vase hi yasyendriyani tasya prajna pratisthita Marathi Interpretation restrains.
English Interpretation One who restrains his senses and fixes his consciousness upon Me, is known as a man of steady intelligence. Chapter 2 Verse 62 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English dhyayato visayan pumsah sangas tesupajayate sangat sanjayate kamah kamat krodho 'bhijayate. English Interpretation While contemplating the objects of the senses, a person develops attachment for them, and from such attachment lust develops, and from lust anger arises.
Chapter 2 Verse 63 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English krodhad bhavati sammohah sammohat smrti-vibhramah smrti-bhramsad buddhi-naso buddhi-nasat pranasyati.
English Interpretation From anger, delusion arises, and from delusion bewilderment of memory. When memory is bewildered, intelligence is lost, and when intelligence is lost, one falls down again into the material pool. Chapter 2 Verse 64 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English raga-dvesa-vimuktais tu visayan indriyais caran atma-vasyair vidheyatma prasadam adhigacchati Marathi Interpretation.
English Interpretation One who can control his senses by practicing the regulated principles of freedom can obtain the complete mercy of the Lord and thus become free from all attachment and aversion. Chapter 2 Verse 65 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English prasade sarva-duhkhanam hanir asyopajayate prasanna-cetaso hy asu buddhih paryavatisthate Marathi Interpretation ,.
English Interpretation For one who is so situated in the Divine consciousness, the threefold miseries of material existence exist no longer; in such a happy state, one's intelligence soon becomes steady. Chapter 2 Verse 66 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English nasti buddhir ayuktasya na cayuktasya bhavana na cabhavayatah santir asantasya kutah sukham Marathi Interpretation ,. English Interpretation One who is not in transcendental consciousness can have neither a controlled mind nor steady intelligence, without which there is no possibility of peace.
And how can there be any happiness without peace? Chapter 2 Verse 67 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English indriyanam hi caratam yan mano 'nuvidhiyate tad asya harati prajnam vayur navam ivambhasi Marathi Interpretation ,. English Interpretation As a boat on the water is swept away by a strong wind, even one of the senses on which the mind focuses can carry away a man's intelligence. Chapter 2 Verse 68 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English tasmad yasya maha-baho nigrhitani sarvasah indriyanindriyarthebhyas tasya prajna pratisthita Marathi Interpretation ,.
Therefore, O mighty-armed, one whose senses are restrained from their objects is certainly of steady intelligence. Chapter 2 Verse 69 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English ya nisa sarva-bhutanam tasyam jagarti samyami yasyam jagrati bhutani sa nisa pasyato muneh Marathi Interpretation: English Interpretation What is night for all beings is the time of awakening for the self-controlled; and the time of awakening for all beings is night for the introspective sage.
Chapter 2 Verse 70 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English apuryamanam acala-pratistham samudram apah pravisanti yadvat tadvat kama yam pravisanti sarve sa santim apnoti na kama-kami Marathi Interpretation English Interpretation A person who is not disturbed by the incessant flow of desires--that enter like rivers into the ocean which is ever being filled but is always still--can alone achieve peace, and not the man who strives to satisfy such desires.
Chapter 2 Verse 71 Chapter Name -Contents of the Gita Summarized Sanskrit English vihaya kaman yah sarvan pumams carati nihsprhah nirmamo nirahankarah. English Interpretation A person who has given up all desires for sense gratification, who lives free from desires, who has given up all sense of proprietorship and is devoid of false ego--he alone can attain real peace. Chapter 2 Verse 72 Chapter Name -Karma-yoga Sanskrit English esa brahmi sthitih partha nainam prapya vimuhyati sthitvasyam anta-kale 'pi brahma-nirvanam rcchati Marathi Interpretation ,.
English Interpretation That is the way of the spiritual and godly life, after attaining which a man is not bewildered. Being so situated, even at the hour of death, one can enter into the kingdom of God. Chapter 3 Verse 1 Chapter Name -Karma-yoga Sanskrit English arjuna uvaca jyayasi cet karmanas te mata buddhir janardana tat kim karmani ghore mam niyojayasi kesava.
O Janardana, O Kesava, why do You urge me to engage in this ghastly warfare, if You think that intelligence is better than fruitive work? Chapter 3 Verse 2 Chapter Name -Karma-yoga Sanskrit English vyamisreneva vakyena buddhim mohayasiva me tad ekam vada niscitya yena sreyo 'ham apnuyam Marathi Interpretation. English Interpretation My intelligence is bewildered by Your equivocal instructions.
Therefore, please tell me decisively what is most beneficial for me. Chapter 3 Verse 3 Chapter Name -Karma-yoga Sanskrit English sri-bhagavan uvaca loke 'smin dvi-vidha nistha pura prokta mayanagha jnana-yogena sankhyanam karma-yogena yoginam.
O sinless Arjuna, I have already explained that there are two classes of men who realize the Self. Some are inclined to understand Him by empirical, philosophical speculation, and others are inclined to know Him by devotional work. Chapter 3 Verse 4 Chapter Name -Karma-yoga Sanskrit English na karmanam anarambhan naiskarmyam puruso 'snute na ca sannyasanad eva siddhim samadhigacchati. English Interpretation Not by merely abstaining from work can one achieve freedom from reaction, nor by renunciation alone can one attain perfection.
Chapter 3 Verse 5 Chapter Name -Karma-yoga Sanskrit English na hi kascit ksanam api jatu tisthaty akarma-krt karyate hy avasah karma sarvah prakrti-jair gunaih Marathi Interpretation ; ,. English Interpretation All men are forced to act helplessly according to the impulses born of the modes of material nature; therefore no one can refrain from doing something, not even for a moment.
Chapter 3 Verse 6 Chapter Name -Karma-yoga Sanskrit English karmendriyani samyamya ya aste manasa smaran indriyarthan vimudhatma mithyacarah sa ucyate Marathi Interpretation ,. English Interpretation One who restrains the senses and organs of action, but whose mind dwells on sense objects, certainly deludes himself and is called a pretender.
Sanskrit English yas tv indriyani manasa niyamyarabhate 'rjuna karmendriyaih karma-yogam asaktah sa visisyate Marathi Interpretation ,.
English Interpretation On the other hand, he who controls the senses by the mind and engages his active organs in works of devotion, without attachment, is by far superior. Chapter 3 Verse 8 Chapter Name -Karma-yoga Sanskrit English niyatam kuru karma tvam karma jyayo hy akarmanah sarira-yatrapi ca te na prasiddhyed akarmanah Marathi Interpretation.
English Interpretation Perform your prescribed duty, for action is better than inaction. A man cannot even maintain his physical body without work.
Chapter 3 Verse 9 Chapter Name -Karma-yoga Sanskrit English yajnarthat karmano 'nyatra loko 'yam karma-bandhanah tad-artham karma kaunteya mukta-sangah samacara Marathi Interpretation ,. English Interpretation Work done as a sacrifice for Visnu has to be performed, otherwise work binds one to this material world. Therefore, O son of Kunti, perform your prescribed duties for His satisfaction, and in that way you will always remain unattached and free from bondage. Chapter 3 Verse 10 Chapter Name -Karma-yoga Sanskrit English saha-yajnah prajah srstva purovaca prajapatih anena prasavisyadhvam esa vo 'stv ista-kama-dhuk Marathi Interpretation Visnu.
Chapter 3 Verse 11 Chapter Name -Karma-yoga Sanskrit English devan bhavayatanena te deva bhavayantu vah parasparam bhavayantah sreyah param avapsyatha. English Interpretation The demigods, being pleased by sacrifices, will also please you; thus nourishing one another, there will reign general prosperity for all. Sanskrit English istan bhogan hi vo deva dasyante yajna-bhavitah tair dattan apradayaibhyo yo bhunkte stena eva sah. English Interpretation In charge of the various necessities of life, the demigods, being satisfied by the performance of yajna [sacrifice], supply all necessities to man.
But he who enjoys these gifts, without offering them to the demigods in return, is certainly a thief.
Chapter 3 Verse 13 Chapter Name -Karma-yoga Sanskrit English yajna-sistasinah santo mucyante sarva-kilbisaih bhunjate te tv agham papa ye pacanty atma-karanat Marathi Interpretation. English Interpretation The devotees of the Lord are released from all kinds of sins because they eat food which is offered first for sacrifice.
Others, who prepare food for personal sense enjoyment, verily eat only sin. Chapter 3 Verse 14 Chapter Name -Karma-yoga Sanskrit English annad bhavanti bhutani parjanyad anna-sambhavah yajnad bhavati parjanyo yajnah karma-samudbhavah Marathi Interpretation , ,.
English Interpretation All living bodies subsist on food grains, which are produced from rains. Rains are produced by performance of yajna [sacrifice], and yajna is born of prescribed duties. Chapter 3 Verse 15 Chapter Name -Karma-yoga Sanskrit English karma brahmodbhavam viddhi brahmaksara-samudbhavam tasmat sarva-gatam brahma nityam yajne pratisthitam Marathi Interpretation ,. English Interpretation Regulated activities are prescribed in the Vedas, and the Vedas are directly manifested from the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
Consequently the all-pervading Transcendence is eternally situated in acts of sacrifice. Chapter 3 Verse 16 Chapter Name -Karma-yoga Sanskrit English evam pravartitam cakram nanuvartayatiha yah aghayur indriyaramo mogham partha sa jivati Marathi Interpretation ,. English Interpretation My dear Arjuna, a man who does not follow this prescribed Vedic system of sacrifice certainly leads a life of sin, for a person delighting only in the senses lives in vain.
English Interpretation One who is, however, taking pleasure in the self, who is illuminated in the self, who rejoices in and is satisfied with the self only, fully satiated--for him there is no duty.
Chapter 3 Verse 18 Chapter Name -Karma-yoga Sanskrit English naiva tasya krtenartho nakrteneha kascana na casya sarva-bhutesu kascid artha-vyapasrayah Marathi Interpretation:. English Interpretation A self-realized man has no purpose to fulfill in the discharge of his prescribed duties, nor has he any reason not to perform such work. Nor has he any need to depend on any other living being.
Chapter 3 Verse 19 Chapter Name -Karma-yoga Sanskrit English tasmad asaktah satatam karyam karma samacara asakto hy acaran karma param apnoti purusah Marathi Interpretation ,. English Interpretation Therefore, without being attached to the fruits of activities, one should act as a matter of duty; for by working without attachment, one attains the Supreme.
Chapter 3 Verse 20 Chapter Name -Karma-yoga Sanskrit English karmanaiva hi samsiddhim asthita janakadayah loka-sangraham evapi sampasyan kartum arhasi. English Interpretation Even kings like Janaka and others attained the perfectional stage by performance of prescribed duties.
Therefore, just for the sake of educating the people in general, you should perform your work. Chapter 3 Verse 21 Chapter Name -Karma-yoga Sanskrit English yad yad acarati sresthas tat tad evetaro janah sa yat pramanam kurute lokas tad anuvartate Marathi Interpretation , footsteps.
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ReferenceseditSourceseditNakamura, Hajime 2. A History of Early Vedanta Philosophy. Barauh, B. Bhagavata Purana Wikipedia. Bhagavata Purana. Rajasthan manuscript page of Bhagavata Purana, circa 1. Composed in Sanskrit and available in almost all Indian languages,3 it promotes bhakti devotion to Krishna integrating themes from the Advaita monism philosophy of Adi Shankara.
The Bhagavata Purana, like other puranas, discusses a wide range of topics including cosmology, genealogy, geography, mythology, legend, music, dance, yoga and culture. As it begins, the forces of evil have won a war between the benevolent devas deities and evil asuras demons and now rule the universe.
Truth re emerges as Krishna, called Hari and Vasudeva in the text first makes peace with the demons, understands them and then creatively defeats them, bringing back hope, justice, freedom and happiness a cyclic theme that appears in many legends. The text presents a form of religion dharma that competes with that of the Vedas, wherein bhakti ultimately leads to self knowledge, liberation moksha and bliss. However the Bhagavata Purana asserts that the inner nature and outer form of Krishna is identical to the Vedas and that this is what rescues the world from the forces of evil.
An oft quoted verse is used by some Krishna sects to assert that the text itself is Krishna in literary form. The date of composition is probably between the eighth and the tenth century CE, but may be as early as the 6th century CE. Manuscripts survive in numerous inconsistent versions revised through the 1. Indian languages. The text consists of twelve books skandhas totalling 3. The tenth book, with about 4,0. It was the first Purana to be translated into a European language as a French translation of a Tamil version appeared in 1.
Europeans to Hinduism and 1. Hindu culture during the colonial era. EtymologyeditPurana means ancient, old. Bhagavata means devoted to, follower of Bhagavat the sacred, divine God, Lord.
An alternative interpretation of Bhagavata is devotees of the Adorable One. SignificanceeditThe Bhagavata is widely recognized as the best known and most influential of the Puranas and, along with the Itihasa and other puranas, is sometimes referred to as the Fifth Veda.
It is important in Indian religious literature for its emphasis on the practice of devotion as compared to the more theoretical approach of the Bhagavad Gita for a definition of religion that competes with the Vedas and for its extended description of a God in human form.
It is the source of many popular stories of Krishnas childhood told for centuries on the Indian subcontinent6 and of legends explaining Hindu festivals such as Holi and Diwali.
The Bhagavata declares itself the essence of all the Upanishads and derivative Smritis The Srimad Bhagavatam is the very essence of all the Vedanta literature. One who has enjoyed the nectar of its rasa never has any desire for anything else. Bhagavata Purana 1.
Translated by David Haberman2. The text has played a significant role in Chaitanyas Krishna bhakti in Bengal,3. Ekasarana Dharma in Assam, a panentheistic tradition whose proponents, Sankardeva and Madhavdeva, acknowledge that their theological positions are rooted in the Bhagavata Purana,3. Assamese Vaishnavism3. The text complements the Pancharatra Agama texts of Vaishnavism.
Weingut Font more. While the text focuses on Krishna Lord Narayana Vishnu himself appears and explains how Brahma and Shiva should never be seen as independent and different from him. The sixth book includes the feminine principle as Shakti, or goddess Devi, conceptualizing her as the energy and creative power of the masculine yet a manifestation of a sexless Brahman, presented in a language suffused with Hindu monism. Jainism, Buddhism and Yoga as BhaktieditThe fifth book of the Bhagavata Purana is significant in its inclusion of homage and many chapters of legends about the Tirthankaras of Jainism particularly Rishabha,3.
Buddha is included in various chapters by declaring him as one of avatars of Vishnu.