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9 Slokas from Srimad Baghavad Geetha


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2012Dec23 – 9 Slokas from SrimadBahgavad Geetha - Vaikunta Ekadasi – Geetha Jayanthi …

2012Dec23 – 9 Slokas from SrimadBahgavad Geetha - Vaikunta Ekadasi – Geetha Jayanthi
This humble presentation, containing 9 Slokas from SrimadBahgavad Geetha, were specially chosen for inclusion – for making a reference – as a part of the 150th Programme on Personality Development Programme, conducted at the Sri Shirdi Sai Baba Sansthan, Shivam Road, Vidya Nagar, Hyderabad. The English translation of the Sanskrit Sloka, was taken from Geetha Makarandam – of Sri Vidya Prakashanandagiri Swamy. I have selected these 9 slokas, keeping in view their relevance for the topic I was asked to speak viz. Being Happy.
You can visit: and search for 2012Dec23, and you would be able to access the live audio recording of the presentation, in Telugu. The ppt used can also be freely accessed, by visiting and searching for 2012Dec23, or by name of the topic, i.e. Being Happy.
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  • 1. On this GEETHA JAYANTHI DAY 9 Slokas fromSRIMADBHAGAVADGEETHA A humble presentation by Prof. V. Viswanadham
  • 2. 1. Karmanyevadhikaraste maphaleshu kadachana2. Dhyayato vishayan pumsah sangasteshupajayate3. Krodhadbhavati sammohah sammohat smritivibhramah4. Yad-yadacharati srestha tat-tad evetaro janah5. Sraddhavan labhate jnanam tatparah samyatendriyah6. Uddharedatmanatmanam atmanam avasadayet7. Yuktahara viharasya yukta chestasya karmasu8. Yat karoshi yad asnasi jaj juhoshi dadasi yeat9. Adveshta sarva bhutanam maitrah karuna eva cha
  • 3. 1. Karmanyevadhikarastemaphaleshu kadachanaMa karmaphalaheturbhurmatesangostvakarmani – [ 2 – 47 ] You have the right to work only, and not to the fruits of work. Let not the fruit of action be your motive, nor let thy attachment be to inaction.
  • 4. 2. Dhyayato vishayan pumsahsangasteshupajayateSangat samjayate kamahkamat krodhobhijayate – [ 2 – 62 ]3. Krodhadbhavati sammohahsammohat smritivibhramahSmritibhramsad buddhinasobuddhinasat pranasyati – [ 2 – 63 ]
  • 5. As a man contemplates sense-objects, attachment for them arises, from attachment, desire for them will be born, from desire arises anger, from anger comes delusion,from delusion comes loss of memory, from loss of memory comes destruction of discrimination, and from destruction of discrimination, he perishes.
  • 6. 4. Yad-yadacharati sresthatat-tad evetaro janahSa yat pramanam kurutelokas tad anuvartate – [ 2 – 47 ] What-so-ever a great man does, that other men do; whatever he sets up as the standard, that the world follows.
  • 7. 5. Sraddhavan labhate jnanamtatparah samyatendriyahJnanam labdhva param santimachirenadhi gacchati - [ 4 – 39 ] The man of faith, having controlled the senses, having knowledge as his supreme goal obtains Knowledge of ATMA, and having obtained that enjoys peace ere long.
  • 8. 6. Uddharedatmanatmanamatmanam avasadayetAtmaivahy atmanobandhturmaiva ripuratmanah - [ 6 – 5 ] Let one raise the self by the self and not let the self go down, for the self is the friend of the self and the self is the foe of the self.
  • 9. 7. Yuktahara viharasyayukta chestasya karmasuYukta svapnavabodhasyaYogo bhavati duhkhaha- [ 6 – 17 ] For him who is moderate in food and recreation, moderate in all actions, moderate in sleep and wakefulness, YOGA destroys all pain and suffering (caused by birth and death).
  • 10. 8. Yat karoshi yad asnasijaj juhoshi dadasi yeatYat tapasyasi kaunteyatat kurusva madarpanam - [ 9 – 27 ] Whatever you do, whatever you eat, whatever you offer in sacrifice, whatever you give as charity, whatever you perform as austerity, that (all) do as offering unto Me.
  • 11. 9. Adveshta sarva bhutanammaitrah karuna eva chaNirmamo nirahamkaraosamaduhkhasukhah kshami - [ 12 – 13 ] Who does not hate any being, who is friendly and compassionate, who is free from attachment and egoism, who is equal-minded in sorrow and happiness, who is forgiving ……he (such a devotee) My Bhakta is dear to me.