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SRIMAD BHAGVAD GITA — LORD KRISHNA’S OWN WORDS

JNANA KARMA SANYASA YOGA

THE YOGA OF RENUNCIATION OF ACTION IN KNOWLEDGE

CHAPTER 4-16

Srimad Bhagvad Gita

The Gita According to Gandhi 1

I promised Parfit and Whitehead and Rawls, but instead I bring you Ved Vyasa and Gandhi. (For those of you who are actually just interested in cooking, I added a photo to my previous post about… 1,240 more words

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Neti Neti

Neti Neti (Na + Iti: Not + End): An Upanishadic Concept of The Infinite Self


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Gita

SRIMAD BHAGVAD GITA — LORD KRISHNA’S OWN WORDS

JNANA KARMA SANYASA YOGA

THE YOGA OF RENUNCIATION OF ACTION IN KNOWLEDGE

CHAPTER 4-14

When one says that ” I did it”, “I want this”, etc they are modifications of the mind and one gets attached to the fruits of the Karma good or bad.But Lord Krishna says that since he has no desire for the fruits of action, it’s fruits also do not taint him.When one can work for the sake of work and not for the fruits there of, one can become free from bondage this very moment.Imagine two students studying in a class of physics,One student studies his subject for the love of the subject and the other one instead of reading the text book prepares only for the exam by reading previous years question papers.The student studying with previous years question papers may get more marks but has not mastered his subject so may fail in his work at a later stage when he has to apply the laws of physics in his real time work,The one who has mastered the subject will definitely l get good marks and will also be able to apply the laws of physics when the time comes. 96 more words

Srimad Bhagvad Gita

Kick that 'Sharia' out!

I write this taking full responsibility; and clarify that my take is not against Islam or Muslims; but is certainly against ‘Law’ that not just fails to protect a human being, instead leads to execution of a ‘victim’. 316 more words

Conclusions

We have completed our review of the second series of Sri Aurobindo’s Essays on the Gita. The Bhagavad Gita, although brief in compass, is vast in scope. 709 more words

Sri Aurobindo

Thursdays with Ashok - Lesson 6

Chapter 2 begins! :D :D :D

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We truly apologize for the delay in putting this up – we were all busy with Diwali! :) 14 more words