Bhagavad Gita Chapter 4, Shlok 38

Bhagavad Gita Chapter 4, Shlok 38

na hi jñānena sadṛiśhaṁ pavitramiha vidyate
tatsvayaṁ yogasansiddhaḥ kālenātmani vindati

 In this world, there is nothing as purifying as divine knowledge. One who has attained purity of mind through prolonged practice of Yog, receives such knowledge within the heart, in due course of time.

Word by Word Meaning:

na - not
hi - certainly
jñānena - with divine knowledge
sadṛiśham - like
pavitram - pure
iha - in this world
vidyate - exists
tat - that
svayam - oneself
yoga - practice of yog
sansiddhaḥ - he who has attained perfection
kālena - in course of time
ātmani - wihtin the heart
vindati - finds



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