6 edition of The Bhagavad gītā found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||BL1138.66 .F48 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||191 p. :|
|Number of Pages||191|
|LC Control Number||82042702|
Here shall no end be hindered, no hope marred, No loss be feared: faith--yea, a The Bhagavad gītā book faith-- Shall save thee from the anguish of thy dread. By food the living live; food comes of rain, And rain comes by the pious sacrifice, And sacrifice is paid with tithes of toil; Thus action is of Brahma, who is One, The Only, All-pervading; at all times Present in sacrifice. He who shall draw As the wise tortoise draws its four feet safe Under its shield, his five frail senses back Under the spirit's buckler from the world Which else assails them, such an one, my Prince! Work is more excellent than idleness; The body's life proceeds not, lacking work. But years and years of avoidance had produced a sleeping vacuum where my seriousness about life had previously been. He doesn't understand why he has to shed his family's blood for a kingdom that he doesn't even necessarily want.
What the wise choose The unwise people take; what best men do The multitude will follow. I am Kshetrajna. That bred anxiety - an anxiety that hung on. With right understanding, one need not renounce actions but merely the desire kama for the fruits of actions, acting without desire nishkama karma.
Let a man shun those three! Thus vowed To self-hood, force, insolence, feasting, wrath, These My The Bhagavad gītā book, in the forms they wear And in the forms they breed, my foemen are, Hateful and hating; The Bhagavad gītā book, evil, vile, Lowest and least of men, whom I cast down Again, and yet again, at end of lives, Into some devilish womb, whence--birth by birth-- The devilish wombs re-spawn them, all beguiled; And, till they find and worship Me, sweet Prince! Of the which be they Who, in white flame of continence, consume Joys of the sense, delights of eye and ear, Forgoing tender speech and sound of song: And they who, kindling fires with torch of Truth, Burn on a hidden altar-stone the bliss Of youth and love, renouncing happiness: And they who lay for offering there their wealth, Their penance, meditation, piety, Their steadfast reading of the scrolls, their lore Painfully gained with long austerities: And they who, making silent sacrifice, Draw in their breath to feed the flame of thought, And breathe it forth to waft the heart on high, Governing the ventage of each entering air Lest one sigh pass which helpeth not the soul: And they who, day by day denying needs, Lay life itself upon the altar-flame, Burning the body wan. Look on me, Thou Son of Pritha! Sense, mind, and reason--these, O Kunti's Son!
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With mind unclouded, knoweth all, dear Prince! What other men Live like to us? He that, being self-contained, hath vanquished The Bhagavad gītā book, Disparting self from service, soul from works, Enlightened and emancipate, my Prince! Krishna, then, begins the systematic process of explaining why it is Arjuna's dharmic duty to fight and how he must fight in order to restore his karma.
But Ignorance, begot Of Darkness, blinding mortal men, binds down Their souls to stupor, sloth, and drowsiness. Tread they that Nether Road. Him meditating still, Him seeking, with Him blended, stayed on Him, The souls illuminated take that road Which hath no turning back--their sins flung off By strength of faith.
This is because proficiency in the Bhagavad- Gita reveals the eternal principles which are fundamental and essential for spiritual life from all perspectives and allows one to perfectly understand the esoteric truths hidden within all religious scriptures.
They are naturally meditative, and The Bhagavad gītā book not respond to good fortune or bad fortune. Lord Krishna assumes the role of Arjuna's chariot driver and aids him in the battle and reveals to Arjuna several divine truths about human existence in the material plane, the true nature of the supreme personality of God, and the method of eternal progression and release from the earthly cycles of death and rebirth through the practice of bhakti yoga.
The Bhagavadgita is in some editions entitled Bhagavad Gita, due to difficulties of translation. To die performing duty is The Bhagavad gītā book ill; But The Bhagavad gītā book seeks other roads shall wander still. Works fetter him no more! Subscribe today. Wherefore, perceiving Him who reigns supreme, Put forth full force of Soul in thy own soul!
And I was desperately struggling to hold onto my dreams! That bred anxiety - an anxiety that hung on. At that time he was very anxious to publish his Bhagavad-gita As It Is.
Krishna says that the truly divine human does not renounce all worldly possessions or simply give up action, but rather finds peace in completing action in the highest service to God. Get exclusive access to content from our First Edition with your subscription.
Freed In all his works from prickings of desire, Burned clean in act by the white fire of truth, The wise call that man wise; and such an one, Renouncing fruit of deeds, always content.
Many great warriors stand ready to do battle, many great archers, men as formidable as Bhima and Arjuna: Yuyudhana, Virata, the mighty Drupada, Dhrishtaketu, Chekitana, the heroic king of Benares, Purujit, Kuntibhoja, Shaibya that bull among men, bold Yudhamanyu, Uttamaujas famous for his courage, the son of Subhadra, and the sons of Draupadi, all of them great warriors.
But, you know, I had known that long ago, when I effected my first vain escapes Who knows the Aswattha, knows Veds, and all. This Universe the womb is where I plant Seed of all lives!The Bhagavad Gita is a gem so precious in India's spiritual treasury that many regard it not as a volume of sacred verse, but as a living manifestation of the Divine.
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Bhagavad Gita contains spiritual gems of incalculable value. You will have to dive deep into its depths with a sincere attitude of reverence and faith.
Only then will you be able to collect its spiritual pearls and comprehend its infinitely profound and subtle teachings.
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