Bhagavad Gita Chapter 3, Shlok 18

naiva tasya kṛitenārtho nākṛiteneha kaśhchana
na chāsya sarva-bhūteṣhu kaśhchid artha-vyapāśhrayaḥ

Such self-realized souls have nothing to gain or lose either in discharging or renouncing their duties. Nor do they need to depend on other living beings to fulfill their self-interest.

Word by Word Meaning:

na - not
eva - indeed
tasya - his
kṛitena - by discharge of duty
arthaḥ - gain
akṛitena - without discharge of duty
iha - here
kaśhchana - whatsoever
na - never
cha - and
asya - of that person
sarva-bhūteṣhu - among all living beings
kaśhchit - any
artha - necessity
vyapāśhrayaḥ - to depend upon



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