Bhagavad Gita is the paramount Hindu Holy Scripture from Mahabharat, renowned for Lord Krishna’s dictum and conversation between Arjun and Krishna. Every line from Bhagavad Gita illustrates a different perspective of life plus highlights the fundamental truths of life, inspiring our past and present. Compiled with 700 Shlokas (verses), written in Sanskrit, Bhagavad Gita is the moral book with Vedic thoughts that carries the essence of life.
Here we will translate 9-famous verses from Bhagavad Gita for you that will uplift your morality and spirituality.
1. “Hell has three gates: lust, anger, and greed.”
2. “You have a right to perform your prescribed duties, but you are not entitled to the fruits of your actions.”
3. “The peace of God is with them whose mind and soul are in harmony, who are free from desire and wrath, who know their soul.”
4. “The happiness which comes from long practice, which leads to the end of suffering, which at first is like poison, but at last like nectar – this kind of happiness arises from the serenity of one’s mind.”
5. “The anger drives to clouding of judgment that results in baffling memory. And, when the memory is bewildered, the intellect gets destroyed, and when the intellect is destroyed, one is ruined.”
6. “Attachment leads to desire. Fulfillment of desire leads to green. The Un-fulfilment of desire leads to anger.”
7. “No one who does good work will ever come to a bad end, either here or in the world to come.”
8. “A steady person who is not affected by happiness and distress becomes eligible for liberation.”
9. “Person with un-attachment under all conditions, and is not delighted by good fortune or dejected by tribulation, is the sage with supreme knowledge.”
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