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Here comes Vishwamitra, the man who saved the life of Poor Brahmin boy!

Onto the stage walks the great Vishwamitra. He says ‘Dear people of Ayodhya and Sapt Sindhu, I am happy to save the boy. But I am also here to say a few things. The asuric forces are working with full force to defeat Emperor Kartivirya Arjun and bring downfall to the Sapt Sindhu Kingdom. Even […]

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14 reasons for Sadness from the Mahabharat by the ‘Bhishma Pitamah’…

The fiercest battle to have ever taken place in human history is the war for ‘Hastinapur’ between the Pandavas and the Kauravas. During the Kurukshetra war, Vishnu’s 8th avatar Krishna taught endless lessons to Arjuna in the war field. The mentorship and his teachings helped Pandavas defeat the brothers Kauravas and win the city of […]

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Bhagavadgita – Moksha Sannyas Yoga Concluding Shloka

Yatra yogeshwarah krishno yatra paartho dhanurdharah; Tatra shreervijayo bhootirdhruvaa neetirmatirmama. Wherever there is Krishna, the Lord of Yoga, wherever there is Arjuna, the archer, there are prosperity, happiness, victory and firm policy; such is my conviction. Interpretation This is the final shloka of the Bhagavad Gita and Sanjaya concludes the Gita for us. He compares Lord […]

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Bhagavadgita Chapter 18 Moksha Sannyas Yoga Verse 76

Raajan samsmritya samsmritya samvaadam imam adbhutam;Keshavaarjunayoh punyam hrishyaami cha muhurmuhuh. O King, remembering this wonderful and holy dialogue between Krishna and Arjuna, I rejoice again and again! Interpretation This shloka also has Sanjaya telling about the Gita and its listening experience to Dhritharashtra. Its the curiosity of Dhritharashtra that prompted Sanjaya to say this. He tells […]

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Bhagavadgita Chapter 18 Moksha Sannyas Yoga Verse 75

Vyaasaprasaadaacchrutavaan etadguhyamaham param;Yogam yogeshwaraat krishnaat saakshaat kathayatah swayam. Through the Grace of Vyasa I have heard this supreme and most secret Yoga direct from Krishna, the Lord of Yoga Himself declaring it. Interpretation This shloka has Sanjaya, the Charioteer of King Dhritharashtra speaking to the blind King about his guru. Here Sanjaya talks about his spiritual […]

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Bhagavadgita Chapter 18 Moksha Sannyas Yoga Verse 73

Arjuna Uvaacha: Nashto mohah smritirlabdhaa twatprasaadaanmayaachyuta; Sthito’smi gata sandehah karishye vachanam tava. Arjuna said: Destroyed is my delusion as I have gained knowledge through Thy Grace, O Krishna! I am firm; my doubts are gone. I will act according to Thy word. Interpretation Arjuna is finally talking and starts to tell Lord Krishna his experience of […]

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Bhagavadgita Chapter 18 Moksha Sannyas Yoga Verse 70

Adhyeshyate cha ya imam dharmyam samvaadamaavayoh;Jnaanayajnena tenaaham ishtah syaamiti me matih. And he who will study this sacred dialogue of ours, by him I shall have been worshiped by the sacrifice of wisdom; such is My conviction. Interpretation Lord in this shloka is talking about the people who worship Him with the sacrifice of wisdom. He […]

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Bhagavadgita Chapter 18 Moksha Sannyas Yoga Verse 68

Ya imam paramam guhyam madbhakteshvabhidhaasyati; Bhaktim mayi paraam kritwaa maamevaishyatyasamshayah. He who with supreme devotion to Me will teach this supreme secret to My devotees, shall doubtless come to Me. Interpretation Lord in this shloka is talking about the kind of people who will come to Him. This is a short shloka but has a depth […]

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Bhagavadgita Chapter 18 Moksha Sannyas Yoga Verse 67

Idam te naatapaskaaya naabhaktaaya kadaachana; Na chaashushrooshave vaachyam na cha maam yo’bhyasooyati. This is never to be spoken by thee to one who is devoid of austerities, to one who is not devoted, nor to one who does not render service, nor who does not desire to listen, nor to one who cavils at Me. Interpretation […]