Bhagavad Gita Chapter 3, Shlok 3

śhrī bhagavān uvācha
loke ’smin dvi-vidhā niṣhṭhā purā proktā mayānagha
jñāna-yogena sāṅkhyānāṁ karma-yogena yoginām

The Blessed Lord said: O sinless one, the two paths leading to enlightenment were previously explained by me: the path of knowledge, for those inclined toward contemplation, and the path of work for those inclined toward action.

Word by Word Meaning:

śhrī-bhagavān uvācha - the Blessed Lord said
loke - in the world
asmin - this
dvi-vidhā - two kinds of
niṣhṭhā - faith
purā - previously
proktā - explained
mayā - by me (Shree Krishna)
anagha - sinless
jñāna-yogena - through the path of knowledge
sānkhyānām - for those inclined toward contemplation
karma-yogena - through the path of action
yoginām - of the yogis


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