Bhagwat gita.ppt


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Bhagwat gita.ppt

  2. 2. CHAPTER-2 SHLOKA-23 The soul can never be cut into pieces by any weapon, nor can he be burned by fire, nor moistened by water, nor withered by the wind.
  3. 3. CHAPTER-2 SHLOKA-27 For one who has taken his birth, death is certain; and for one who is dead, birth is certain. Therefore, in the unavoidable discharge of your duty, you should not lament.
  4. 4. CHAPTER-2 SHLOKA-33 If, however, you do not fight this religious war, then you will certainly incur sins for neglecting your duties and thus lose your reputation as a fighter.
  5. 5. CHAPTER-2 SHLOKA-38 Do thou fight for the sake of fighting, without considering happiness or distress, loss or gain, victory or defeat - and, by so doing, you shall never incur sin.
  6. 6. CHAPTER-2 SHLOKA-47 You have a right to perform your prescribed duty, but you are not entitled to the fruits of action. Never consider yourself to be the cause of the results of your activities, and never be attached to not doing your duty.
  7. 7. CHAPTER-2 SHLOKA-51 The wise, engaged in devotional service, take refuge in the Lord, and free themselves from the cycle of birth and death by renouncing the fruits of action in the material world. In this way they can attain that state beyond all miseries.
  8. 8. CHAPTER-2 SHLOKA-53 When your mind is no longer disturbed by the flowery language of the Vedas, and when it remains fixed in the trance of self-realization, then you will have attained the divine consciousness.
  9. 9. CHAPTER-2 SHLOKA-54 What are the symptoms of one whose consciousness is thus merged in Transcendence? How does he speak, and what is his language? How does he sit, and how does he walk?
  10. 10. CHAPTER-2 SHLOKA-66 One who is not in transcendental consciousness can have neither a controlled mind nor steady intelligence, without which there is no possibility of peace. And how can there be any happiness without peace?
  12. 12. CHAPTER-3 SHLOKA-1 O Janardana, O Kesava, why do You urge me to engage in this ghastly warfare, if You think that intelligence is better than fruitive work?
  13. 13. CHAPTER-3 SHLOKA-4 Not by merely abstaining from work can one achieve freedom from reaction, nor by renunciation alone can one attain perfection.