Posts

Bhagavad Gita chapter 2 sloke 70 – Hindi

Image
    Bhagavad Gita chapter 2 sloke 70 Introduction – Aaj hum is sloke mein jaanege ki kis tarah hum apne ander ke chupe hue sacchidanand rup ko prapt kar sakate hai aur kis tarah usako pehchan sakate hai, jo hamesh hamare ander maujud hai lekin hum is chupe hue gyan ko kabhi jaan hi nahi paate hai kyun ki hum bas bahar ki hi duniya mein uljhe rahate hai. Is tarah aaj hum us adbhut gyan ke bare mein janege jo Bhagavad Gita ke chapter 2 sloke 70 mein bahut hi achi tarah se describe kiya gaya hai. Bhagavad Gita 2.70 – samander bahut hi vishal aur shant hota hai, jisame kai nadiyun ke pani aakr ikattha hota hai lekin samander na to kabhi shikayat karata hai aur na hi usako koi farak padata hai, wo har haal mein apni sthirta banaye rakhta hai, achal aur atal rahata hai isi ke sath apni sthirita bhi kabhi nahi khota hai, Usi tarah haum sab mein tarah tarah ki kamanaye aati rahati hai, agar hum bhi in kamanao se prabhawit na hue, har haal mein sthir rahe, to yahi shanti ko prapt kar

Bhagavad Gita chapter 2 - Hindi

Image
  Bhagavad Gita chapter 2 Wo ek mann jo nitya aur avinashi hai hamare bhitar, jo kabhi marta nahi hai, jo kabhi nast nahi hota hai aur jisaka kabhi janam nahi hua hai, wo divya mann kisi ko kaise chot pahucha sakta hai. Yeha hum jo sloke ki baat kar rahe hai wo hame yahi sikh deta hai ki agar hum us gyan se parichit ho jate hai jo hamako hamase parichay karwata hai, jo hamako atam gyan deta hai, akhir wo kabhi kisi ko chot kaise pahucha sakta hai. Isi ke alawa hum is gyan se bhi adhure rahate hai ki agar hamara sharir(body) khatam ho gaya to hum bhi kahatam ho gaye, lekin aisa nahi hota hai. Hamara kewal sharir hi marata hai, atma to ajar amar hai, wo kabhi nahi marati. Ye bas hamare mann ka bharm hai, ki hum mar gaye tab hamari atma bhi mar jati hai, kyun ki hamare sharir ki kriyaye, umar, sab simit hai aur ye kewal 100 varso tak hi jivit rahata hai, ya agar isase jadaya hai to ye bhi bas prabhu ki hi kripa hai. Bhagavad Gita chapter 1 Hamare jo gun (skill) hai, jo hame khud hi

Bhagavad Gita chapter 1 verse 1 - Hindi

Image
    Bhagavad Gita chapter 1 verse 1 Dharma ki paribhasa to sabhi apne mat anusar hi gadhate hai, bahgavan Shri Krishna ne is life ko jine ke liye kuch rules banaye hai, jinake anusar chal kar hi hum apni life ko tension free rakh sakate hai. Jisako prabhu ki language mein ‘Dharma’ kehate hai,   bhagwan shri Krishna ne isi dharma ko apni bahsa mein kuch is tarah se paribhasit kiya hai jisake paalan se samaj us achayee ki or jata hai jisaki usako sach mein jaroort hai. Bhagavad Gita ke adhyaye 1 sloke 1 mein Dhristrasta Sanjay se poochate hai Kurukshetra ke dharmashetra mein mere putra aur Pandav ke putra ikathate hue hai, waha mere putrao ne kya kiya. Kurukshetra ka arth hota hai karma karane wala shetra aur dharma shetra hota hai dharma ka shetra. Isi tarah dekha jaye to ye sansar bhi hamare liye dharma shetra aur karma shetra dono hai, kyun ki hum yahi pr karma karate hai, Bhagavan Shri Krishna kehatae hai “manusya ka karma dharma ke anusar hona chahiye”. Aaj ki is l

Shri Krishna- Complete Incarnation’s Description

Image
    Shri Krishna- Complete Incarnation’s Description Shri Krishna-complete incarnation's description Krishna is the source of complete incarnations who is the original Paramatma, As per Bhagavad Gita, it is elucidated that this material world is created at a determined duration and again destroyed. The process of creating and destroying continues as per supreme power because of the conditioned soul. Shri Krishna maintains the material world by spreading his total expansions. The incarnation of Krishna has a prominent reason basically for the well-being of human beings. Never think of impersonal ways to help entities. Sense of individuality (ego) is great identification for eternally conditioned souls that determined the sense of enjoyment, that are unable to have constitutionally. Shri Krishna is the opulence of all potencies and all knowledge, maintained accordingly to the need of human beings like dictated Bhagavad Gita.   Lord Krishna is the only bliss, and all ot

Bhagavad Gita – Chapter 3 verse 28

Image
      Bhagavad Gita-chapter 3verse 28 Bhagavad Gita chapter 3 verse 28, has given us many important provenances to know about us, out of which we will discuss some Provenance on this All three qualities sattva, Raj, and Tam have been given to us by nature and, all of them, one quality definitely appears. So the body, senses, brain, mind, creatures, and objects are full of virtue. That is known as virtue-department. All the actions done by these faculties are known as action-department. Virtues and actions , that is, matter and actions are constantly changing. Substances are going to be generated and destroyed and activities are going to start and end. To experience accurately this, that is known from the element of virtue and action department. nature's law-Bhagavad Gita Bhagavad Gita- happiness, distress In consciousness never any action takes place . It remains always detached and changeless, which means, it is not being connected to any natural substances and activ

Nature's Law - Infallible Justice

Image
  Nature's law- infallible justice The laws of nature an infallible justice for entire species of the world, that teaches felicity, moderation, and piety for godhead. The behavior of the lord makes us obedient to others.   While speaking of the rules and norms of nature , it becomes pertinent to the words of Lord Krishna. In this article, many of the norms from Vedic scripture embodied in very simple ways. In this article, it has emanated intelligence to human for being disciplined in his life. Vedic knowledge is inerrable and surefire, it incarnated on the earth through possession of spiritual guru, means, prologue with the golden words of the Lord himself. Since the golden words of Vedic knowledge have started through the Lord wherewithal this knowledge turns into the transcendental. These golden words spoken by the lord are called apurseya. The Vedic approach to the natural law of Bhagavad Gita, emphasis the full development of a universal aspect of human nature - con