Category: Bhagavad Gita

Meaning of Each Chapter of the Gita – Chp 11-14

Eleventh Chapter Everyone can’t behold the divine Universal Form whose vision Arjun enjoyed by God’s grace,  but everyone can see this world as an incarnation of God, and by having faith, can thus have a vision of this Universal Form.   When Arjun requested Lord Krishna to reveal His Cosmic Form,    the Lord by bestowing upon […]

Meaning of Each Chapter of the Gita (7-10)

Seventh Chapter A man must realize that the whole creation is nothing but a manifestation of God.  God pervades the entire creation, like cluster of yarn beads, formed by knots on a string.   In elements such as earth, water, fire, etc., in forms such as the sun and the moon, etc.,  and only God pervades […]

Meaning of Each Chapter of the Gita – 4 to 6

Fourth Chapter There are two methods to dissolve all actions and to be free from their bondage.   They are 1) knowledge of truth about actions, and 2) attainment of knowledge. God creates the Universe,  but He is not bound by actions.   Because He is attached neither to the action,  nor its fruit, nor He has […]

Means to Transcend the Three Gunas – 1

“Rajasastu Phalam Duhkham” – Rajoguna, is full of attachment.   Rajasika actions, are performed with the view of getting, pleasures, comforts, luxuries, respect and praise etc.  here and hereafter.  But these pleasures born of contacts (with objects), are verily sources of pain (sorrow),  (Gita 5:22). So the Lord has declared the furit of rajasa action is pain.      […]

Man of Steady Wisdom – 3

||ShriHari||   Arjuna: You have told how the man of stable mind sits. Now tell me how he walks? Krishna: O Brother, his walk instead of being an activity, is in the form of an emotion. The Self-controlled striver is free from all attraction (likes) and aversion (dislikes), moving among objects with senses under control, […]

Mark of a Man of Steady Wisdom – Part 2

||ShriHari|| Arjuna: What is the loss by having this relish (taste) to enjoy sense objects? Answer:  O Kuntinandana (Arjuna), turbulent by nature “the senses” even of a wise man, (who is practicing self-control) forcibly carry away  his mind to the sense-objects. (Gita 2:60) Arjuna: What should be done to do away with this taste? Krishna: […]