Bhagavad Gita Chapter 3, Shlok 15

Bhagavad Gita Chapter 3, Shlok 15

karma brahmodbhavaṁ viddhi brahmākṣhara-samudbhavam
tasmāt sarva-gataṁ brahma nityaṁ yajñe pratiṣhṭhitam

The duties for human beings are described in the Vedas, and the Vedas are manifested by God himself. Therefore, the all-pervading Lord is eternally present in acts of sacrifice.

Word by Word Meaning:

karma - duties
brahma - in the Vedas
udbhavam - manifested
viddhi - you should know
brahma - The Vedas
akṣhara - from the Imperishable (God)
samudbhavam - directly manifested
tasmāt - therefore
sarva-gatam - all-pervading
brahma - The Lord
nityam - eternally
yajñe - in sacrifice
pratiṣhṭhitam - established

 



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