The Bhagavad-Gītā, with the Commentary of Śrī Śankarāchārya

G. T. A. Printing Works, 1901 - 479 páginas
An excellent translation with an exhaustive commentary by a sage of the 9th century.

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Página 421 - The intellect which knows action and inaction, what ought to be done and what ought not to be done, fear and fearlessness, 1 and which knows deliverance and bondage, that, 0 son of Pritha!
Página 233 - Fix thy mind on Me ; be devoted to Me ; sacrifice to Me ; prostrate thyself before Me; so shalt thou come to Me. I promise thee truly, for thou art dear to Me.
Página 63 - When a man thinks of objects, attachment for them arises. From attachment arises desire ; from desire arises wrath.
Página 311 - That exists pervading all. Shining by the functions of all the senses, yet without the senses ; Absolute, yet sustaining all ; devoid of Gunas, yet their experiencer. Without and within all beings ; the unmoving and also the moving ; because subtle, it is incomprehensible ; and it is far and near.
Página 275 - He who is the same to foe and friend, and also in honor and dishonor ; who is the same in cold and heat, in pleasure and pain ; who is free •from attachment ; to whom censure and praise are equal ; who is silent, content with anything, homeless, steady-minded...
Página 374 - Energy, forgiveness, fortitude, purity, absence of hatred, absence of pride; these belong to one born for a divine lot, O Bharata.
Página 194 - Four kinds of virtuous men worship Me, O Arjuna^ — the distressed, the seeker of knowledge, the seeker of wealth, and the wise man, O lord of the Bharatas.
Página 91 - Self alone, for him there is nothing to do. 18. For him there is nothing in this world to gain by action or to lose by inaction; nor does he need to depend on any being for any object. 19. Therefore, being unattached, perform thy duties (the work that ought to be done) unceasingly; for through the performance of action, unattached, man attains...
Página 375 - The materialists. 6. There are two creations of beings in this world, the divine and the demoniac.
Página 273 - ... who is ever content and meditative, self-subjugated and possessed with firm conviction, with mind and intellect dedicated to Me, he who is thus devoted to Me is dear to Me.

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