II 9:21 II
Te tam bhuktvaa svargalokam visaalam
Ksine punye martyalokam visanti
Gataagatam kaamakaamaa labhante (Gita 9:21)
Having long enjoyed, the heavenly world, and their merit is exhausted, they return to the mortal world. Thus taking recourse to action with interested motive, enjoined by the three Vedas, and desiring desires (seeking worldly enjoyments), they obtain what is transient (repeatedly come and go).
Those individuals who carry out good work, when they have exhausted all their sins then they go to the heavens (swarg lok). On enjoying the pleasures of heaven and exhausting all their good deeds, then they return to the world of mortals. Due to worldly desires, these men continuously come and go in the cycle of birth and death.
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