Monthly Archives: October 2015

Chapter 3 (stanza 1-12)

Bhagavad-Gita The Song Divine Chapter 3 (stanza 1-12) Arjun said; Krishna, if You consider Knowledge as superior to Action, why then do You urge me to this dreadful action, Kesava! ……………….. (1) You are, as it were, puzzling my mind

Chapter 3 (stanza 13-24)

Bhagavadgita The Song Divine Chapter 3 (stanza 13-24) The virtuous who partake of what is left over after sacrifice, are absolved of all sins. Those sinful ones, who cook for the sake of nourishing their bodies alone, partake of sin

Chapter 3 (stanza 25-36)

Bhagavadgita The Song Divine Chapter 3 (stanza 25-36) Arjun, as the unwise act with attachment, so should the wise man, with a view to maintain the world order, acts without attachment. …………… (25) A wise man established in the self

Chapter 3 (stanza 37-43)

Bhagavad-Gita The Song Divine Chapter 3 (stanza 37-43) Sri Bhagavan said” It is desire begotten of the element of Rajas, which appears as wrath; nay, it is insatiable and grossly wicked. Know this to be the enemy in this case.

Chapter 4 (stanza 1-12)

Bhagavadgita The Song Divine Chapter 4 (stanza 1-12) Sri Bhagavan said: I revealed this immortal Yoga to Vivasvan (Sun God); Vivasvan conveyed it to Manu (his son); and Manu imparted it to (his son) Iksvaku. ………………. (1) Thus transmitted in

Chapter 4 (stanza 13-22)

Bhagavad-Gita The Song Divine Chapter 4 (stanza 13-22) The four orders of society (viz., the Brahmana, the ksatriya, the vaisya and the Sudra) were created by Me, classifying them according to the Gunas predominant in each and apportioning corresponding duties

Chapter 4 (stanza 23-34)

Bhagavad-Gita The Song Divine Chapter 4 (stanza 23-34) All his actions get dissolved entirely, who is free from attachment and has no identification with the body and free form the feeling of mine, whose mind is established in the knowledge

Chapter 4 (stanza 33-42)

Bhagavad-Gita The Song Divine Chapter 4 (stanza 33-42) Arjun, sacrifice through knowledge, is superior to sacrifice performed with material thins. For all actions without exception culminate in knowledge, O son of Kunti. …………… (33) Understand the true nature of that

Chapter 5 (stanza 1-11)

Bhagavad-Gita The Song Divine Chapter 5 (stanza 1-11) Thus, in the Arjun said: Krishna, you extol Sankhya Yoga (the Yoga of Knowledge) and then the Yoga of Action. Pray, tell me which of the two is decidedly conductive to my

Chapter 5 (stanza 12-21)

Bhagavad-Gita The Song Divine Chapter 5 (stanza 12-21) Offering the fruit of actions to God, the Karma Yogi attains everlasting peace in the form of God-realization; whereas, he who works with a selfish motive, being attached to the fruit of