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Bhagwat Geeta

Bhagwat Geeta

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The teaching Lord Krishna gave to Arjuna during the war
The teaching Lord Krishna gave to Arjuna during the war

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ö XI hn=u  m=t=e n=m=/ ö v=s=u  de  v=s=u  t=] dev=] k]:s=c==[=U  rm=d*n=m=< +  de  v=k:0p=rm==n=nd] k&  :{[=] v=nde j=g=d<  g=u  om=< ++  aq= XIm=d< B=g=v=1It== 
ÿRÆMAD BHAGAVAD-GÆTæ
 aq= p=>q=m==eCQy==y=/
CHAPTER 1
 aj=*u   un=iv={==dy==eg=/
ARJUNA’S DILEMMA
Q=&  t=r={!M Wv==c= Q=m=* Z=e  F=e ku  :oZ=e  F=e s=m=v=e  t== y=u  y=u  ts=v=/ +  m==m=k:=/ p==[#v==xc=E  v= ik:m=< aku  :v=*t= s=]  j=y= ++â++
dh&tar|^!ra uv|cadharmak^etre kuruk^etre samavet| yuyutsava+m|mak|+ p|[#av|% cai’va kim akurvataSa=jaya
Dh
tar
|^! 
ra said: O Sa
=
 jaya, assembled in the holy fieldof Kuruk 
^
etra and eager to fight, what did my people andthe P
|[# 
avas do? (1.01)
 s=]  j=y= Wv==c=  ¡{!<v== t=u p==[#v==n=Ik:] vy=U  $] du  y==e  *Q=n=s=< t=d= +  a=c==y=*m=< Wp=s=]  g=my= r=j== v=c=n=m=< ab=>v=It=< ++ä++
sa=jaya uv|cad&^!v| tu p|[#av|n$ka= vy~#ha= duryodhanastad||c|ryam upasa=gamya r|j| vacanam abrav$t 
Sa
=
 jaya said: Seeing the battle formation of theP
|[# 
ava’s army, King Duryodhana approached his guru,Dro
[
a, and spoke these words: (1.02)
 p=xy=E  t==] p==[#u  p=u  F==[==m=< a=c==y=* m=ht=I] c=m=Um=< +  vy=U  $=] 7uu  p=dp=u  F=e[= t=v= ix={y=e[= Q=Im=t== ++à++
 pa%yait|= p|[#uputr|[|m |c|rya mahat$=cam~mvy~#h|= drupada putre[a tava %i^ye[a dh$mat|
O master, behold this mighty army of the sons of P
|[# 
u,arranged in battle formation by your talented disciple, theson of Drupada. (1.03)
 aF= x=Ur= m=he  {v==s== B=Im==j=*u  n=s=m== y=u  iQ= +  y=u  y=u Q==n==e iv=r=!xc= 7u  p=dxc= m=h=rq=/ ++å++
atra %~r| mahe^v|s| bh$m|rjunasam| yudhiyuyudh|no vir|!a%ca drupada%ca mah|ratha+
Q=&  {!ke  :t=u  x=< c=e  ik:t==n=/ k:=ix=r=j=xc= v=Iy=*  v==n=< +  p=u  oòj=t=< ku  :ûnt=B==e  j=xc= x=E  by=xc= n=rp=u  V<  g=v=/ ++ç++
dh&^!aketu% cekit|na+ k|%ir|ja%ca v$ryav|n purujit kuntibhoja%ca %aibya%ca narapu]gava+
 y=u Q==m=ny=u  xc= iv=k>  :=nt= WT=m==E  j==xc= v=Iy=*  v==n=< +  s==EB=7=e 7=Ep=de  y==xc= s=v=* Av= m=h=rq==/ ++ê++
yudh|manyu%ca vikr|nta uttamauj|%ca v$ryav|nsaubhadro draupadey|%ca sarva evamah|rath|+
There are many heroes and mighty archers equal toBh
$
ma and Arjuna in war such as Yuyudh
|
na, Vir
|! 
a,and the great warrior Drupada; Dh
&^! 
aketu, Cekit
|
na,and the heroic King of K
|
shi; Purujit, Kuntibhoja, and thegreat man
ÿ
aibya; the valiant Yudh
|
manyu, theformidable Uttamauja, the son of Subhadr
|
, and the sonsof Draupad
$
, all of them are great warriors. (1.04-06)
 asm==k:} t=u iv=ix={!= y=e t==n=< in=b==eQ= i8j==eT=m= + n==y=k:= m=m= s=Eny=sy= s=]  N=q=*  ] t==n=< b=>  v=Iim= t=e ++ë++
asm|ka= tu vi%i^!| ye t|n nibodha dvijottaman|yak| mama sainyasya sa=j@|rtha= t|n brav$mi te
Also know, O best among the twice born, thedistinguished ones on our side. I shall name thecommanders of my army for your information: (1.07)
B=v==n=< B=I{m=xc= k:[=*xc= k&  :p=xc= s=im=it=]  j=y=/ + axv=tq==m== iv=k:[=*xc= s==Em=diT=s=< t=q=Ev= c= ++è++
 bhav|n bh$^ma%ca kar[a%ca k&pa%casamiti=jaya+a%vatth|m| vikar[a%ca saumadattis tathaiva ca
  any=e c= b=hv=/ x=U  r= m=dq=e  * ty=kt=j=Iiv=t==/ + n==n==x=sF=p=>hr[==/ s=v=e  * y=u3iv=x==rd=/ ++ï++
anye ca bahava+ %~r| madarthe tyakta j$vit|+n|n| %astra prahara[|+ sarve yuddha vi%|rad|+
Yourself, Bh
$^
ma, Kar
[
a, the victorious, K
pa,A
%
vatth
|
m
|
, Vikar
[
a, son of Somadatta, and many otherheroes who have risked their lives for me. They arearmed with various weapons, and all are skilled inwarfare. (1.08-09)
 ap=y==*  pt=] t=d< asm==k:} b=D=] B=I{m==òB=riZ=t=m=< +  p=y==*  pt=] ûtv=dm=< At=e{==] b=D=] B=Im==òB=ròZ=t=m=< ++âî++
apary|pta= tad asm|ka= bala= bh$^m|bhirak^itam pary|pta= tvidam ete^|= bala= bh$m|bhirak^itam
  ay=n=e{=u c= s=v=e  *{=u y=q==B==g=m=< av=ûsq=t==/ + B=I{m=m=< Av==iB=rZ=nt=u B=v=nt=/ s=v=* Av= ih ++ââ++
ayane^u ca sarve^u yath| bh|gam avasthit|+ bh$^mam ev|’bhirak^antu bhavanta+ sarva evahi
Our army, commanded by Bh
$^
ma, is invincible; whiletheir army, protected by Bh
$
ma, is easy to conquer.
 
The Bhagavad-G$t|
 
2Therefore, all of you, occupying your respective positionson all fronts, protect only our commander Bh
$^
ma. (1.10-11)
 t=sy= s=]  j=n=y=n=< h{=*  ] ku  :ov=&3/ ip=t==m=h/ +  is=]  hn==d] iv=n=6=e  cc=E/ x=V<K=] dQm==E p=>  t==p=v==n=< ++âä++
tasya sa=janayan har^a= kuruv&ddha+ pit|maha+si=ha n|da= vinadyo ccai+ %a]kha= dadhmau  prat|pav|n
The mighty Bh
$^
ma, the eldest man of the Kuru dynasty,roared as a lion and blew his conch loudly, bringing joy toDuryodhana. (1.12)
 t=t=/ x=V<  K==xc= B=e  y=*  xc= p=[=v==n=k:g==em=uK==/ +  s=hs=Ev==By=hny=nt= s= x=bds=< t=u  m=uD==e CB=v=t=< ++âà++
tata+ %a]kh|% ca bherya% ca pa[av|nakagomukh|+sahasai’v|’bhyahanyanta sa %abdastumulo’bhavat 
After that, conches, kettledrums, cymbals, drums, andtrumpets were sounded together. The commotion wastremendous. (1.13)
 t=t=/ xv=et=E  r< hy=Er< y=ukt=e m=hit= sy=ndn=e òsq=t==E +  m==Q=v=/ p==[#v=xc=Ev= idvy==E x=V<  K==E p=>dQm=t=u / ++âå++
tata+ %vetair hayair yukte mahati syandanesthitau m|dhava+ p|[#va% cai’va divyau %a]khau  pradadhmatu+
Then Lord K
&^[
a and Arjuna, seated in a grand chariotyoked with white horses, blew their celestial conches.(1.14)
 p==Jc=j=ny=] Å{=Ike  :x==e dev=dT=] Q=n=]  j=y=/ +  p==E[#M  ] dQm==E m=h=x=V<  K]= B=Im=k:m==* v=&  k:=edr/ ++âç++
 p|@cajanya= h&^$ke%o devadatta=dhana=jaya+ pau[#ra= dadhmau mah| %a]kha= bh$makarm| v&kodara+
 
K
&^[
a blew His conch, P
|@
cajanya; Arjuna blew hisconch, Devadatta; and Bh
$
ma, the doer of formidabledeeds, blew his big conch, Pau
[# 
ra. (1.15)
 an=nt=iv=j=y=] r=j== ku  :nt=Ip=uF==e y=uiQ=ò{@r/ + n=ku:D=/ s=hdev=xc= s=u  G==e{=m=i[=p=u  {p=k:=E ++âê++
anantavijaya= r|j| kunt$ putro yudhi^!hira+nakula+ sahadeva% ca sugho^a ma[ipu^pakau 
 k:=xy=xc= p=rm=e  {v==s=/ ix=K=[#I c= m=h=rq=/ +Q=&  {!6u  mn==e iv=r=!xc= s==ty=ik:xc==p=r=òj=t=/ ++âë++
k|%ya% ca parame^v|sa+ %ikha[#$ ca mah|ratha+dh&^!adyumno vir|!a% ca s|tyaki% c|’par|jita+
  7up=d=e 7=Ep=de  y==xc= s=v=*  x=/ p=&  iq=v=Ip=t=e +  s==E B=7xc= m=h=b==hu / x=V<K==n=< dQm=u/ p=& q=k:< p=& q=k:< ++âè++
drupado draupadey|% ca sarva%a+ p&thiv$ patesaubhadra% ca mah|b|hu+ %a]kh|n dadhmu+ p&thak p&thak 
O Lord of the Earth; King Yudhi
^! 
hira, the son of Kunti,blew his conch named Anantavijaya; while Nakula andSahadeva blew Sugho
%
a and Ma
[
ipu
^
paka conches,respectively. The King of K
|%$
, the mighty archer;
ÿ
ikha
[#$
, the great warrior; Dh
&^! 
adyumna, Vir
|! 
a, theinvincible S
|
tyaki, King Drupada, the sons of Draupad
$
,and the mighty son of Subhadr
|
, blew their respectiveconches. (1.16-18)
 s= G==e  {==e Q==t=*r={!M  =[==] Ådy==in= vy=d=ry=t=< +  n=B=xc= p=&  iq=v=I] c=E  v= t=um=uD==e vy=n=u  n==dy=n=< ++âï++
sa gho^o dh|rtar|^!r|[|= h&day|ni vyad|rayat nabha% ca p&thiv$= caiva tumulo vyanun|dayan
The tumultuous uproar, resounding through earth and sky,tore the hearts of the Kauravas. (1.19)
 aq= vy=v=ûsq=t==n=< ¡{!<v== Q==t=*  r={!M=n=< k:ip=Qv=j=/ +  p=>v=&T=e x=sF=s=]  p==t=e Q=n=u  r< W6my= p==[#v=/ ++äî++
atha vyavasthit|n d&^!v| dh|rtar|^!r|nkapidhvaja+ prav&tte %astrasa=p|te dhanur udyamya p|[#ava+
 Å{=Ike  :x=] t=d= v==ky=m=< wdm=< a=h m=hIp=t=e + s=en=y==e  r< WB=y==e  r< m=Qy=e rq=] sq==p=y= m=eCcy=ut= ++äâ++
h&^$ke%a= tad| v|kyam idam |ha mah$patesenayor ubhayor madhye ratha= sth|payame’cyuta
 y==v=d< At==n=< in=rIZ=eCh] y==e  3u  k:=m==n=< av=òsq=t==n=< +  kE:r< m=y== s=h y==e3vy=m=< aòsm=n=< r[=s=m=u6m=e ++ää++
y|vad et|n nir$k^e’ha= yoddhu k|m|navasthit|nkair may| saha yoddhavyam asminra[asamudyame
Seeing the sons of Dh
tar
|^! 
ra standing and the warabout to begin with the hurling of weapons, Arjuna,whose banner bore the emblem of Lord Hanum
|
na, took up his bow and spoke these words to Lord K
&^[
a: O
 
International Gita Society
3
 
Lord, please stop my chariot between the two armiesuntil I behold those who stand here eager for the battleand with whom I must engage in this act of war. (1.20-22)
 y==e  tsy=m==n==n=< av=eZ=e Ch] y= At=eCF= s=m==g=t==/ +Q==t=*  r={!M  sy= du  b=u  *3e  r< y=u  3e ip=>y=ic=k:0{= v=/ ++äà++
yotsyam|n|n avek^e’ha= ya ete’tra sam|gat|+dh|rtar|^!rasya durbuddher yuddhe priyacik$r^ava+
I wish to see those who are willing to serve and appeasethe evil-minded son of Dh
tar
|^! 
ra by assembling here tofight the battle. (1.23)
 s=]  j=y= Wv==c=  Av=m=< Wkt==e Å{=Ike  :x==e g=u  #=ke  :x=e  n= B==rt= +  s=e  n=y==e  r< WB=y==e  r< m=Qy=e sq==p=iy=tv== rq==eT=m=m=< ++äå++
sa=jaya uv|caevam ukto h&^$ke%o gu#|ke%ena bh|ratasenayor ubhayor madhye sth|payitv|rathottamam
B=I{m=7=e[=p=>  m=u  K=t=/ s=v=*e  {==] c= m=hIòZ=t==m=< +  Wv==c= p==q=* p=xy=E  t==n=< s=m=v=et==n=< ku:On=< wit= ++äç++
 bh$^ma dro[a pramukhata+ sarve^|= camah$k^it|m uv|ca p|rtha pa%yai’et|n samavet|n kur~n iti
Sa
=
 jaya said: O King, Lord K
&^[
a, as requested byArjuna, placed the best of all the chariots in the midst of the two armies facing Bh
$^
ma, Dro
[
a, and all otherKings, and said to Arjuna: Behold these assembledKurus! (1.24-25)
 t=F==p=xy=t=< òsq=t==n=< p==q=* / ip=t=·n=< aq= ip=t==m=h=n=<  a=c==y==*  n=< m==t=u  D==n=< B=>   >=t=·n=< p=uF==n=< p==EF==n=< s=K=I]  s=< t=q== ++äê++
tatr|’pa%yat sthit|n p|rtha+ pit*n atha pit|mah|n|c|ry|n m|tul|n bhr|t*n putr|n pautr|nsakh$=s tath|
There, Arjuna saw his uncles, grandfathers, teachers,maternal uncles, brothers, sons, grandsons, andcomrades. (1.26)
 xv=x=ur=n=< s=uÅdxc=E  v= s=en=y==e  r< WB=y==e  r< aip= +  t==n=< s=m=IZy= s= k:=E  nt=e  y=/ s=v==*n=< b=nQ=Un=< av=òsq=t==n=< ++äë++
%va%ur|n suh&da% cai’va senayor ubhayor apit|n sam$k^ya sa kaunteya+ sarv|n bandh~navasthit|n
 k&  :p=y== p=ry==iv={!=e iv={=Idnn=< wdm=< ab=>  v=It=< +  ¡{!<  v=e  m=] sv=j=n=] k&:{[= y=u  y=u  ts=u] s=m=u  p=òsq=t=m=< ++äè++
k&pay| paray|vi^!o vi^$dann idam abrav$t d&^!vema= svajana= k&^[a yuyutsu=samupasthitam
 s=Idònt= m=m= g==F==ò[= m=uK=] c= p=irx=u{y=it= + v=e  p=q=u  xc= x=rIre m=e r=em=h{=*  xc= j==y=t=e ++äï++
s$danti mama g|tr|[i mukha= ca pari%u^yativepathu% ca %ar$re me romahar^a% ca j|yate
Seeing fathers-in-law, companions, and all his kinsmenstanding in the ranks of the two armies, Arjuna wasovercome with great compassion and sorrowfully said: OK
&^[
a, seeing my kinsmen standing with a desire to fight,my limbs fail and my mouth becomes dry. My bodyquivers and my hairs stand on end. (1.27-29)
 g==[#Iv=] s=]   >  ]s=t=e hst==t=< tv=k<  : c=E  v= p=irdÄt=e +  n= c= x=kn==emy=< av=sq==t=u  ] B=>m=t=Iv= c= m=e m=n=/ ++àî++
g|[#$va= sra=sate hast|t tvak caiva paridahyatena ca %aknomy avasth|tu= bhramat$va ca memana+
 in=im=T==in= c= p=xy==im= iv=p=rIt==in= ke  :x=v= + n= c= Xee  y==e Cn=up=xy==im= htv== sv=j=n=m=< a=hv=e ++àâ++
nimitt|ni ca pa%y|mi vipar$t|ni ke%avana ca %reyo’nupa%y|mi hatv| svajanam |have
The bow slips from my hand, and my skin intenselyburns. My head turns, I am unable to stand steady, and OK
&^[
a, I see bad omens. I see no use of killing mykinsmen in battle. (1.30-31)
 n= k:=V<Z=e iv=j=y=] k&:{[= n= c= r=jy=] s=uK==in= c= +  òk:] n==e r=jy=e  n= g==e  iv=nd òk:] B==e  g=E  r< j=Iiv=t=e  n= v== ++àä++
na k|]k^e vijaya= k&^[a na ca r|jya= sukh|nicaki= no r|jyena govinda ki= bhogair j$vitena v|
  y=e  {==m=< aq=e* k:=V<  òZ=t=] n==e r=jy=] B==e  g==/ s=uK==in= c= +  t= wm=eCv=òsq=t== y=u  3e p=>=[==]s=< ty=ktv== Q=n==in= c= ++àà++
ye^|m arthe k|]k^ita= no r|jya= bhog|+sukh|ni cata ime’vasthit| yuddhe pr|[|=s tyaktv|dhan|ni ca
I desire neither victory nor pleasure nor kingdom, OK
&^[
a. What is the use of the kingdom or enjoyment oreven life, O K
&^[
a, because all those
  
for whom wedesire kingdom, enjoyments, and pleasures
  
arestanding here for the battle, giving up their lives andwealth? (1.32-33)
 a=c==y==*/ ip=t=r/ p=uF==s=< t=q=E  v= c= ip=t==m=h=/ + m==t=uD==/ xv=x=u  r=/ p==EF==/ xy==D==/ s=]  b=ònQ=n=s=< t=q== ++àå++
|c|ry|+ pitara+ putr|s tathaiva ca pit|mah|+

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