Tuesday, August 12, 2014



15th chapter 20th shloka iti guhyatamam shastramidamuktam mayanagha etadbudva buddhiman syat kritakrityascha bharata sinless arjuna, secret of this shastra is taught by me to you, and after learning this man becomes intelligent and greatful here krishna teaches most secret science secret of secret, teaching jeeva jagat, eshwara and relevant things, purushottama is paramatma and parmatma is purushottama, his amsha is jeeva life, particle, he created this nature, and he is there everywhere like in narsimha avatara when hiranyakashipu asks his son prahlada where is your hari he says everywhere even in this tone pillar yes he says and lord comes out of the stone pillar, in life paramatma is ultimate, and truth which is eternal, he is first and then the world, this is secret he says, hidden, unable to see not tangible, we are unable to see him, we cant see him but he is doing we can feel, we need not search him all over the world he is very near to us people believe body food digestion etc, but not god, inside us, he is behind our ego, our organs, hence krishna says arjuna and arjuna finally confess please tell me my lord, krishna teaching here if we learn we will realize, in this chapter there is geeta sara means gist juice in the sugarcane, do duty of man, man should know god, dnt keep god as insurance, god realization should be our ultimate goal, our journey ends, not bound by anything, need not clear any loan,debt, we will be debt ridden god bless you swamiji  (Swami Krishnanand)  


Re: [gita-talk] The Bhagavad Gita - Daily Message - 15 /16
abhayam satva samshuddhir gnana yoga vyavastiti danam damascha yagnascha swadyayastapa arjavam ahimsa satyamakrodhastayaga shantirapaishunam daya bhootesha loluptam mardavam hreerachapalam tejakshama dhruti shauchamadrohonatimanita bhavanti sampadam daivimabhijatasya bharata arjuna with out fear, nirbhayata, satvasamshuddhi, gnanyoga vyavastiti, dan, yagna, veda adhyayan, tapas, simplicity, ahimsa, with out anger, tyag, shanti, chugali nahi karna no back biting, bhhota daya, control of sensory organs, soft nature, shy, tejas, ksham, bravery, cleanliness, not chetaing or treachery, with out pride are the qualities to be developed once in a kingdom a elephant was creating havoc and king and minster were shouting from balacony to take shelter and a stranger was coming slowly chanting ggeta and when the elephant came before him he started chanting 16th chapter and when he uttered abhayam the elephant became calm and quiet and sat down king and minster were suprised came down and asked what magic did you do he said nothing geeta parayan is so powerful especailly this chapter when i said abhayam the elephant understood its mistake and was consoled, composed then the king took the stranger to his palace and requested to teach geeta and he realized god hence ggeta parayan is powerful with out asking why how with faith if we chant we can achieve siddhi god bless you swamiji  (Swami Krishnanand)  


||   Shree Hari   ||

Fifteenth Chapter

||   15 / 20   ||

iti guhyatamaṁ śāstramidamuktaṁ mayānagha

etadbuddhvā buddhimānsyātkṛtakṛtyaśca bhārata

Thus, O sinless Arjuna, this most secret Sastra (scripture) has been declared by Me;  by understanding it in essence, a man becomes enlightened and the accomplishes the mission of his life. 

Comments - 

The Lord in this chapter has revealed Himself in the form of Supreme Person i.e., in His divine entire form ( Alokika Samagra Roopa), therefore this chapter has been called the most secret Śāstra (scripture). 

In the preceding verse, it is specially said that the devotee worships God with all his heart i.e., serving with unswerving devotion. In devotion, a devotee of God acquires what must be acquired. Therefore, in the previous verse, perhaps that is what was meant. In this verse, with the expression 'buddhimānsyātkṛtakṛtyaśca', the sentiments of 'jnat-jnatavya' (he knows what needs to be known) and 'kṛitakṛitya' (he has done what needs to be done) are said here.

Laukik Ksara (perishable) and Aksara (imperishable) are attained; therefore Alaukik God is to be attained. In this verse, it appears that the devotee attains the fruit of both Jnanayoga and Karmayoga or in other words he also becomes 'jnat-jnatavya' and 'kṛitakṛitya' (Gītā 7/29-30 & 10/10-11). 

Thus with Om, Tat, Sat, the names of the Lord, in the Upaniṣad of the 
Bhagavadgītā, the knowledge of Brahma, the Supreme, the science of Yoga and the dialogue between Sri Kṛiṣhṇa and Arjuna, this the fifteenth discourse is designated:—

 "The Yoga of the Supreme Person".

From Gita Prabodhani in Hindi by Swami Ramsukhdasji  


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