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The Bhagavad Gita, Or, the Sacred Lay: A Sanskrit Philosophical Poem
Sin vista previa disponible - 2019
The Bhagavad Gita, or the Sacred Lay: A Sanskrit Philosophical Poem
Sin vista previa disponible - 2015
according action acts Arjuna attachment attains become beginning Bhagavad Gītā birth body born Brahma Burnouf called caste cause chief connected darkness death desire devotion Dict divine doctrine duty dwell earth elements eternal evil existence explains expression faith father final fire fixed foes follow fruit gain give gloss gods heart heaven highest Hindū HOLY ONE spoke India Indra interprets Kapila kind king knowledge Krishna Lassen living Lord manas Manu material matter māyā means mind modes nature never NOTES object obtained offered pain passage passion perfect possession Prakriti present probably proper reading reference regard religious renouncing represented Rishis rites sacred sacrifice Sankara says seat seems senses sometimes sons soul Spirit Srīdhara supposed Supreme Telang thee things Thomson thou thought tion translates true truth universe Vedas Vishņu wise worship yoga Yogin
Página 170 - The intellect by which one understands right and wrong, what ought to be done and what ought not to be done but imperfectly (e), that, 0 son of Pritha ! is of
Página 105 - In the same Veda (i. 96, 7), Agni is called satas gopa, the guardian of the existent world. The phraseology is much like Hegel's : ( I ) Das Absolute is das Seyn ; (2) das Absolute ist das Nichts . . . Das reine Seyn ist nun die reine Abstraction, damit das absolut-negative, welches gleichfalls unmittelbar genommen, das Nichts ist
Página 126 - Form. 53. Neither by the Vedas, nor by austerities, nor by charitable gifts, nor by sacrifice, can I be seen as thou hast seen Me, 54. But by single-hearted devotion alone I can be known in this manner, O Arjuna, and perceived in reality and also entered into, O Parantapa.
Página 43 - It is with us, when we enter into the Divine Spirit, as if a lump of salt was thrown into the sea ; it becomes dissolved into the water (from which it was produced), and is not to be taken out again.
Página 205 - ... that is common to Western habits of thought, and thus, while I have sometimes followed their guidance, I have been often obliged to reject their comments as misrepresenting the doctrines of the author. I append some instances of this kind, that my readers may be able to form their own judgment. (l.) "When your mind, confounded by what you have heard, will stand firm and steady in contemplation
Página 198 - A fiery meteor also appeared at his birth,1 and Kansa, the king of the country, was informed by the prophet Narada that this child would kill him and overthrow his kingdom, and in consequence he ordered all the male children of the country to be put to death. Prof. Weber refers also to the wonderful deeds of the child, the healing virtue of the water in which he was washed, to the account given in the Jaimini Bharata of his raising to life the dead son of Duhsala, of the cure of Kubja and of her...
Página 182 - Vishnu) abandoned the entire system founded on the ordinances of the triple Veda. Some reviled the Vedas, others the Gods, others the ceremonial of sacrifice, and others the Brahmans. This, they exclaimed, is a doctrine which will not bear discussion. The slaughter of animals in sacrifice is not conducive to religious merit. To say that oblations of butter consumed in the fire produce any future reward, is the assertion of a child. ... If...
Página 37 - Then men will proclaim thy eternal disgrace, and to a well-born man (h) disgrace is worse than death. 35 The car-borne men (the chiefs) will think that thou hast withdrawn from the battle through fear, and thou, who wast highly thought of by them, will be lightly esteemed. Thy enemies will utter many disgraceful words (lit. that ought not to be said), deriding thy capacity (as a warrior): what can be more grievous than this ? If slain, thou wilt attain to heaven, or thou wilt possess the earth if...