Bhagavad Gita Chapter 6, Verse 11

This verse is from the Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 6, Verse 11. It is written in Sanskrit and translates to English as follows:

śhuchau deśhe pratiṣhṭhāpya sthiram āsanam ātmanaḥ |
nātyuchchhritaṁ nāti-nīchaṁ chailājina-kuśhottaram​ || 11 ||

English translation:

"In a clean place, having established a firm seat for oneself, neither too high nor too low, and covered with cloth, deer skin, and Kusha grass."

Sanskrit word Meaning in English:

Śhuchau: Pure or clean
Deśhe: Place
Pratiṣhṭhāpya: Having placed or having established
Sthiram: Steady or firm
Āsanam: Seat or posture
Ātmanaḥ: Of oneself
Nā: Not
Ati-uchchhritam: Too high
Nā: Nor
Ati-nīcham: Too low
Chailājina-kuśhottaram: Covered with cloth or deer skin and Kusha grass

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