In this post, Slokas From Gita (No.39)(Ch.2), the text of Bhagavat Gita narrated. Slokas From Gita (No.39)(Ch.2) consists of the 39th Slokas of CH.2. Observing the Army on the Battlefield of Kurukshetra from the Gita.
Bhagavad Gita or Gitopanisad is one of the most important Upanishad. Bhagavad Gita is the philosophy of life narrated and explained by Lord Krsna to his devotee and friend Arjuna.
esa te ‘bhihita sankhye
buddhir yoge tv imam srnu
buddhya yukto yaya partha
So far I talked about analytical knowledge of Sankhya philosophy. Now I will tell you about Yoga. One practices it without furittive result. O son of Prtha, work intelligently to free from any bondage of work.
Sankhya is a phenomenon to describe in detail according to Veda and Sankhya refers to that philosophy that describes the actual nature of the soul.
Yoga allows one to control the senses. Arjuna’s idea not to combat was based on a sense of gratification. Forgetting his first duty, he desired to quit fighting because he thought that by not killing his family and kinsmen he could be happier than by taking part in the dominion by conquering his cousins and brothers, the sons of Dhrtarastra. In each way, the primary concepts have been for a sense of gratification.
One can be happy conquering relatives or can be happy seeing them alive. Both are one’s personal experience gratification in lieu of wisdom and duty.
Krsna, consequently, desired to explain to Arjuna that by killing the body of his grandfather he could no longer be killing the soul proper. He defined that each person persons, together with the Lord Himself, everlasting individuals; they have been people in the past, they may be people in the present, and they’ll keep remaining individuals in the future, due to the fact every person is different souls forever.
We keep on changing our bodily dress in distinct manners. But we maintain our individuality even after liberation from the bondage of material dress. And this descriptive understanding of the soul and the body from different angles of vision has been defined right here as Sankhya, about the Nirukti dictionary.
This Sankhya has not anything to do with the Sankhya philosophy of the atheist Kapila. Long In the past the imposter Kapila’s Sankhya, the Sankhya philosophy became expounded in the Srimad-Bhagavatam by the real Lord Kapila, the incarnation of Lord Krsna, who defined it to His mother, Devahuti.
It is without a doubt defined by Him that the Purusa, or the Supreme Lord, active and that He creates by searching over the prakrti. This established in the Vedas and the Gita. The description in the Vedas shows that the Lord glanced over the Prakriti, or nature, and impregnated it with atomic people’s souls.
All those people operating in the material global for a sense of gratification, and under the spell of material strength, they may be taking into consideration being enjoyers. This mentality dragged to the ultimate factor of liberation whilst the living entity desires to come to be one with the Lord. This is the ultimate snare of Maya or sense gratification illusion, and it’s far most effective after many, many births of such sense gratification activities that an awesome soul surrenders unto Vasudeva, Lord Krsna, thereby satisfying the quest after the final truth.
Arjuna has already established Krsna as his religious master by surrendering himself unto Him:
sisyas te ‘ham sadhi mam tvam prapannam.
Consequently, Krsna will now inform him about the operating manner in buddhi-yoga, or karma-yoga, or in different words, the exercise of devotional service only for the feel gratification of the Lord. This buddhi-yoga is defined in Chapter Ten, verse ten, as being direct communion with the Lord, who sits as Paramatma in everyone’s heart. But such communion does now no longer take place without devotional service. One who’s located in devotional or transcendental loving service to the Lord, or, in different words, in Krsna consciousness, attains this level of buddhi-yoga by the unique grace of the Lord. Hence, the Lord says that only to people who continually engaged in devotional service out of transcendental love does He award the pure understanding of devotion in love. In that manner, the devotee can attain Him effortlessly in the ever-happy kingdom of God.
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