Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta Chapter 4 shlok 12

In this world, those seeking success in material endeavors often worship celestial deities, as they believe such worship yields swift material rewards. Description Individuals pursuing worldly gains often worship celestial deities and seek blessings from them. However, the boons granted by these celestial gods are transient and material, merely derived from the authority bestowed upon …

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Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta Chapter 4 shlok 8

For the preservation of righteousness, the obliteration of wickedness, and the reinstatement of the principles of dharma, I manifest on this earth throughout the ages. Description In essence, the verse outlines three apparent reasons for God’s descent: protecting the righteous, annihilating the wicked, and establishing dharma. However, upon closer examination, these reasons may seem unnecessary …

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Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta Chapter 4 shlok 7

When righteousness dwindles and unrighteousness prevails, O Arjun, it is then that I reveal Myself on earth. Description Dharma signifies the prescribed actions that foster our spiritual growth and progress; its antithesis is adharma, or unrighteousness. When unrighteousness prevails, the creator and administrator of the world intervenes by descending and reestablishing dharma. This divine descent …

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Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta Chapter 4 shlok 6

Those who restrain the external organs of action, while continuing to dwell on sense objects in the mind, certainly delude themselves and are to be called hypocrites. Description Shree Krishna warns against hypocritical renunciation, where one outwardly renounces worldly pleasures but continues to dwell on them internally. Such individuals delude themselves and lead lives of …

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