Bhagavad Gita Chapter 2, Shlok 45

Bhagavad Gita Chapter 2, Shlok 45

trai-guṇya-viṣhayā vedā nistrai-guṇyo bhavārjuna
nirdvandvo nitya-sattva-stho niryoga-kṣhema ātmavān

The Vedas deal with the three modes of material nature, O Arjun. Rise above the three modes to a state of pure spiritual consciousness. Freeing yourself from dualities, eternally fixed in truth, and without concern for material gain and safety, be situated in the self.

Word by Word Meaning:

trai-guṇya - of the three modes of material nature
viṣhayāḥ - subject matter
vedāḥ - Vedic scriptures
nistrai-guṇyaḥ - above the three modes of material nature, transcendental
bhava - be
arjuna - Arjun
nirdvandvaḥ - free from dualities
nitya-sattva-sthaḥ - eternally fixed in truth
niryoga-kṣhemaḥ - unconcerned about gain and preservation
ātma-vān - situated in the self

 




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