Bhagavad Gita Chapter 2.26

TEXT 26 atha cainaṁ nitya-jātaṁ nityaṁ vā manyase mṛtam tathāpi tvaṁ mahā-bāho nainaṁ śocitum arhasi SYNONYMS atha—if, however; ca—also; enam—this soul; nitya-jātam—always born; nityam—forever; vā—either; manyase—so think; mṛtam—dead; tathāpi—still; tvam—you; mahā-bāho—O mighty-armed one; na—never; enam—about the soul; śocitum—to lament; arhasi—deserve. TRANSLATION If, however, you think that the soul is perpetually born and always dies, still you have no reason to lament, O mighty-armed. PURPORT There is always a class… Continue reading Bhagavad Gita Chapter 2.26

Four Times During Which I Am Suffering

“Suffering without knowledge, without remedy, is animal life. One who cannot understand that he is suffering and who thinks that he is very well off is in animal consciousness, not human consciousness. The human being should be cognizant of suffering the threefold miseries of this planet. One should know that he is suffering in birth,…… Continue reading Four Times During Which I Am Suffering

Episode # 99 – An important life lesson from King Yayaati’s accord!!!

In the previous episode, we had witnessed how King Yayaati married Sage Shukraachaarya’s daughter, Devayani and how he later got interested in Sharmishta, who had come along with Devayani to be of service to her. We’ve seen that King Yayaati had two children with Devayani, namely, Yadhu and Durvasu. […] Episode # 99 – An… Continue reading Episode # 99 – An important life lesson from King Yayaati’s accord!!!

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