Bhagavad Gita Chapter 1, Shlok 44

Bhagavad Gita Chapter 1, Shlok 44

utsanna-kula-dharmāṇāṁ manuṣhyāṇāṁ janārdana
narake ‘niyataṁ vāso bhavatītyanuśhuśhruma

O Janardan (Krishna), I have heard from the learned that those who destroy family traditions dwell in hell for an indefinite period of time.

Word by Word Meaning:

utsanna - destroyed
kula-dharmāṇām - whose family traditions
manuṣhyāṇām - of such human beings
janārdana - he who looks after the public, Shree Krishna
narake - in hell
aniyatam - indefinite
vāsaḥ - dwell
bhavati - is
iti - thus
anuśhuśhruma - I have heard from the learned



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