Bhagavad Gita Chapter 6, Verse 13

This verse is from the Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 6, Verse 13. It is written in Sanskrit and translates to English as follows:

samaṁ kāya-śhiro-grīvaṁ dhārayann achalaṁ sthiraḥ
samprekṣhya nāsikāgraṁ svaṁ diśhaśh chānavalokayan || 13 ||

English translation:

"Keeping the body, head, and neck straight and steady, motionless, gazing at the tip of one's nose, without allowing the eyes to wander."

Sanskrit word Meaning in English:

Samaṁ: Straight
Kāyaśirogṛivaṁ: Body, head, and neck
Dharayan: Keeping
Achalaṁ: Motionless
Sthiraḥ: Steady
Samprekṣya: Gazing
Nasikagraṁ: The tip of the nose
Svaṁ: Own
Dishaḥ: Directions
Cha: and
Anavalokayān: Not looking around

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