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The Bhagavad-Gita, with the Commentary of Sri Sankaracharya
A Kar C Rya A Kar C Rya,Alladi Mahadeva Sastri
Sin vista previa disponible - 2015
abandonment absence according action activity agent Answer arises Arjuna attachment attain attributes austerity avidyâ becomes better birth Bliss body born Brahman called cause classes comes consciousness consists creatures death described desire devotion dharma discourse distinct duty effect engaged enjoined eternal evil existence explain faith fire follows fruits give Goal Gods gunas hand highest idea ignorant Imperishable inaction intended Isvara karma Karma-Yoga knowledge known Kshetra Kshetrajña leads liberation living Lord manifested matter means mind moksha Moreover nature non-existent objects obtain pain passage path perceived perfection perform person pleasure possessed possible Prakriti present produce question reach realised reason reference regards renounce renunciation resort rests result right knowledge Sattva scriptures senses speak speech spoken sruti superior Supreme taught teaching Thee things thou thought tion true truth understand universe Vedas verse Wherefore whole wisdom wise worship Yoga Yogin
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 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.