The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa Translated Into English Prose: Karna parva (1889). Çalya parva (1889). Sauptika parva (1890). Stree parva (1890)

Bhārata Press, 1887

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Página 139 - 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 130 - That is my highest abode, going to which none returns. An eternal portion of me it is, which, becoming an individual soul in the mortal world, draws (to itself) the senses with the mind as the sixth 2.
Página 91 - In regard to divine incarnation, which is an old accepted idea in Hinduism, Krishna says : " Many births of mine have passed away, O Arjuna, as also of thine ; those all I know, but thou dost not, O chastiser of foes ! Though I am unborn and of essence that knoweth no deterioration, though (I am) the lord of creatures ; still, relying on my own (material) nature, I take birth by my own (powers) of illusion. Whensoever, O Bharata, loss of piety occurreth and the rise of impiety, on those occasions...
Página 25 - The entire land abounds with fine golden sands. A portion of the region there, extremely delightful, is seen to be possessed of the radiance of the ruby or diamond, or of the lapis lazuli or other jewels and gems.
Página 134 - Know those to be of demoniac convictions, who practise fierce penance * not ordained by scripture ; who are full of ostentatiousness and egoism, and of desire, attachment, and stubbornness ; who are without discernment ; and who torment the groups of organs in (their) bodies, and me also seated within (those) bodies. The food also, which is liked by all, and likewise the sacrifice, the penance, and gifts, are of three kinds. Listen to the distinctions regarding them as follows. The kinds of food...
Página 84 - PURITY 113 stand firm and steady in contemplation, then will you acquire devotion." Arguna said: "What are the characteristics, O Kesava! of one whose mind is steady, and who is intent on contemplation? How should one of steady mind speak, how sit, how move?
Página 223 - O lord of the universe, forcibly throw me down from this excellent car, O thou that art the refuge of all creatures in this battle. Slain here by thee, O Krishna, great will be my good fortune both in this world and the next. Great is the respect thou payest me, O Lord of the Vrishnis and the Andhakas. My dignity will be celebrated in the three worlds.
Página 25 - The people of that country are free from illness and are always cheerful. Ten thousand and ten hundred years they live, O king, and never abandon one another. A class of birds called Bharunda. furnished with sharp beaks and possessed of great strength, take them up when dead and throw them into mountain caves.
Página 110 - Thus maysfc thou be freed from the fetters of action having good and evil fruits. With self endued with renunciation and devotion, thou wilt be released and wilt come to me.** I am alike to | all creatures ; there is none hateful to me, none dear. They, * Hence they have to come back, explains Creedhara. — T. + Fraydtatmcuwa is explained as CuddhMhiUa.sya.-1. however, that worship me with reverence are in me and I also am in them.
Página 125 - Sankhya 2 (system), and others by devotion in works; 25 But others, who know it not, hear of it from others and worship, and these, too, devoted to the sacred doctrine, pass over death. When any existence whatever, animate...

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