Bhagavad Gita Chapter 2, Shlok 34

akīrtiṁ chāpi bhūtāni
kathayiṣhyanti te ’vyayām
sambhāvitasya chākīrtir
maraṇād atirichyate

People will speak of you as a coward and a deserter. For a respectable person, infamy is worse than death.

Word by Word Meaning:

akīrtim - infamy
cha - and
api - also
bhūtāni - people
kathayiṣhyanti - will speak
te - of your
avyayām - everlasting
sambhāvitasya - of a respectable person
akīrtiḥ - infamy
maraṇāt - than death
atirichyate - is greater


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