Category Archives: “Yatharth Geeta”…..A metaphysical exposition of Bhagavad Gita..!!!

“Bhagavad Gita” in it’s true metaphysical perspective: Chapter Five– Expositions of Verses “Sixteen To Twenty”….!!!

jñānena tu tad ajñānamyeṣām nāśitam ātmanaḥ,teṣām ādityavaj jñānamprakāśayati tat param ||5.16||[5.16]:”But the knowledge of one whose ignorance has been dispelled by Self-perception shines like the sun and renders God brilliantly visible.”The mind, whose darkness has been pierced through by knowledge … Continue reading

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“Bhagavad Gita” in it’s true metaphysical perspective: Chapter Five– Expositions of Verses “Eleven To Fifteen”….!!!

kāyena manasā buddhyākevalair indriyair api,yoginaḥ karma kurvantisangam tyaktvā’tmaśuddhaye ||5.11||[5.11]:”Sages give up the attachment of their senses, mind, intellect and body, and act for inner purification.”A sage abandons all desires of his senses, mind, intellect, and body, and practices selfless action … Continue reading

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“Bhagavad Gita” in it’s true metaphysical perspective: Chapter Five– Expositions of Verses “Six To Ten”….!!!

sanyāsas to mahābāhodukḥam āptum ayogataḥ,yogayukto munir brahmanacireṇā’dhigacchati ||5.6||[5.6]:”But, O the mighty-armed, renunciation is well nigh impossible to achieve without selfless action, but the one whose mind is set on God is soon united with him.”The giving up of all that … Continue reading

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“Bhagavad Gita” in it’s true metaphysical perspective: Chapter Five– Expositions of Verses “One To Five”….!!!

arjuna uvāca:sannyāsam karmanām krsna punaryogam ca śansasi|yacchreya etayorekam tanme brūhi suniścitam||5-1||[5.1]:Arjun said,”You have so far commended, O Krishn, both the Way of knowledge through Renunciation and then the Way of Selfless Action; so now tell me which one of the … Continue reading

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Summary of Chapter Four of Bhagavad Geeta…..!!!

At the outset of the chapter,Sri Krishn says that he had imparted knowledge of yog to Vivaswat in the beginning. Vivaswat taught it to Manu and Manu to Ikshwaku, and thus the knowledge evolved to the stage of rajas. The … Continue reading

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“Bhagavad Gita” in it’s true metaphysical perspective: Chapter Four – Expositions of Verses “Thirty Six To Forty Two”….!!!

api ced asi pāpebhyaḥsarvebhyaḥ pāpakṛittamaḥ,sarvam jñānaplavenai’vavṛijinam santariṣyasi (4.36)[4.36]”Even if you are the most heinous sinner, the ark of knowledge will carry you safely across all evils.”We should not make the error of concluding from this that we will know salvation … Continue reading

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