In this post, Slokas From Gita (Nos.37–39)(Ch.I), the text of Bhagavat Gita narrated. Slokas From Gita (Nos.37-39)(Ch.I) consists of the 37th,38th and 39th Slokas of CH.1. Observing the Army on the Battlefield of Kurukshetra from the Gita.
37 – 38
yady apy ete na pasyanti
mitra-drohe ca patakam
katham na jneyam asmabhih
papad asman nivartitum
O Janardana, though these men, possessed by their hearts by greed, see no fault in killing their families or quarreling with friends, yet, who may see guilt in destroying a family, Why should one engage in these acts of sin?
A Kshatriya not predisposed to refuse war or gambling, while he is invited by some rival parties under such obligation, Arjuna could not refuse to fight, as he was challenged by Duryodhana’s party. was given. In this regard, Arjuna takes into account that the other side is probably unaware of the consequences of such a challenge. However, Arjuna wanted to see the bad results and could not accept the challenge. The obligation is actually binding while the effect is good, however, when the effect is otherwise, no person can be bound. Thinking about some of these details, Arjuna decided not to fight.
dharme naste kulam krtsnam
adharmo ‘bhibhavaty uta
With the destruction of the dynasty, the eternal family tradition ends, and thus the rest of the family engages in some practices not religious in nature.
In the system of Varnashrama organization, there are many concepts of spiritual traditions to help the contributors of the family develop well and attain values of religious nature.
Large contributors are responsible for such purification processes in their own circle of relatives, from birth to death.
But upon the death of older contributors, such a cycle of relatives’ purification traditions may stop, and the remaining younger family contributors may also develop irreligious practices and thus lose their chance for religious salvation.
Therefore, large contributors to the family should not be slaughtered for any purpose.
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