Karmayoga - third chapter

Karmayoga – third chapter Srimad Bhagavad Gita

Religious story, Srimad Bhagavad Gita

Representation of the superiority of doing the assigned work according to knowledge and karma yoga in a non-active sense (Karmayoga – third chapter)

Karmayoga – third chapter Srimad Bhagavad Gita -Arjun said – O Janardan! If you know knowledge is better than karma, then O Keshava! Why do I engage in terrible deeds?

You are captivating my intellect with the words you have received. Therefore, make sure that one thing is done so that I can get welfare.

Shree Bhagwan said – O sinless! There are two types of fidelity in this world (the mature state of means, ie the name of the endowment is ‘Nishtha’). I have said it before. Out of them, the loyalty of the Sankhya yogis is based on the qualities of Jnana Yoga (all the qualities born from Maya).

‘Gyan Yoga’ is the name of living in harmony with the omnipotent Sachchidanandaghan God by understanding like this and devoid of the arrogance of subjectivity in all actions by mind, senses and body.

This is called ‘Sannyas’, ‘Sankhyayoga’ etc.) and the loyalty of Yogis to Karma Yoga (discarding the fruits and attachments, according to the Bhagavad Gyan only to work with Bhagavadartha Samvatha intelligence is ‘Nishkam Karmayoga’, this is called ‘Samvatyoga’). , ‘Buddhayog’, ‘Karmayoga’, ‘Tadarthakarma’, ‘Madarthakarma’, ‘Matkarma’ etc. are said by names.)

Man neither attains nuktamta (karma), without attaining karma, (the state of which the attained man’s actions become inattent, that is, he cannot produce fruit, the name of that state is niktamata). Only by renunciation, one attains siddhi i.e. numerology.

Of course, no human being lives in a period of time without doing even a little bit of work, because the whole human community is compelled to do the work, which is influenced by the qualities of nature.

The foolish man who keeps all senses from above obstinately and keeps thinking about the subjects of those senses with his mind, is called mischievous.

But O Arjun! The man who subdues the senses from his mind and conducts Karmayog by all the senses who are detached, he is the best.
You should do scriptural duty because it is better to do work than not to act, and your body-sustenance will not be proved by not doing.

Representation of the need for sacrificial ritual  (Karmayoga – third chapter)

Apart from the deeds performed for the sacrifice, this munush community is engaged in other deeds. Therefore, O Arjun! You become devoid of attachment and do well for the sake of that sacrifice.

Prajapati Brahma composed the people including the yajna in the beginning of the cycle and told them that you will get growth through this yagna and this yagna is going to give you the desired enjoyment.

Through this yagna you upgrade the gods and those gods upgrade you. In this way, you will achieve the ultimate welfare by upgrading each other selflessly.

Gods enhanced by yajna will definitely give you desired enjoyment without asking you. In this way, a man who indulges himself in the pleasures given by those deities is himself a thief.

The best men, who eat the leftover food from the sacrificial fire, are freed from all sins and the sinners who cook food only to nourish their body, they only eat the sins.

Whole beings are born from food, food originates from rain, rain comes from sacrifice and yajna is to be produced by canonical deeds. You know the Karmasamudya originated from the Veda and the Veda was born from the imperishable God. This proves that the universal all-pervading Supreme God is always revered in Yajna.

Hey Parth! A man who does not fit in this world in accordance with the prevailing world cycle, that is, does not perform his duty, the sinful man who indulges in the pleasures by the senses, lives in vain.

Loksangharth Karmas are required for the knowledgeable and God as well  (Karmayoga – third chapter)

But for a person who is happy in the soul and contented in the soul and contented in the soul, there is no duty for him.

That great man has no purpose in this world neither by doing deeds, nor by doing no deeds, and there is no reason for even the slightest interest in all beings.

Therefore, you are constantly devoid of attachment and always keep doing duty work because a person who is devoid of attachment gets the divine work.

Janakadi Jnanijan also attained supreme accomplishment by attaching non-attachment, therefore, and looking at the collection of people, you are only able to do the work, that is, it is only right for you to do it.

Whatever the superior man conducts, other men also behave in the same manner. Whatever he proves, the whole human community starts to act accordingly (here the verb is singular, but the word ‘folk’ being communicative has written the verb plural in the language.)

Hey Arjun! I have neither duty nor any attainable thing in these three worlds, I still do it in karma.

Because O Partha! Perhaps if I do not be careful and do my deeds, then there will be great loss because humans follow my own path in all ways.
Therefore, if I do not do deeds, then all these human beings will be destroyed and corrupt and I will be a hybridist and I will destroy all these subjects.

Inspired to do deeds without being ignorant and ignorant of symptoms and raga-malice  (Karmayoga – third chapter)

Hey India! The unconscious scholar, who is indulged in karma, acts as uneducated scholar also wants to do public work.

The knowledgeable man, who is steadfast in the form of God, should not cause confusion in the intellect of ignorant people who indulge in scriptural deeds, that is, inerrancy in deeds, but get them done in the same way by doing all the scriptural works well.

In fact, all acts are done by the qualities of nature in every way, even if the conscience whose being is fascinated by ego, such an ignorant ‘I am the doer’ believes it.

But hey man! Qualities Department and Karma Department (five functions of Trigmatic Maya and five disciplines of mind, intellect, ego and five knowledge, five karmandriyas and five disciplines – the name of the community is ‘quality department’ and their mutual efforts are called ‘Karma department’. is.)

The knowledge yogi who knows the essence of the soul is separate from the above-mentioned ‘quality department’ and ‘karma department’ that is to know its essence.

Humans who are deeply fascinated by the qualities of nature, are obsessed in virtues and deeds, do not distract the knowledgeable ignorant people who do not fully understand.

By surrendering to me all the deeds in the mind that is engaged in the divine God, I remain hopeless, motherless and free from peace.

Any person who is devoid of guilt and respectfully always follows this view of mine, they are also left free from all the deeds.

But those people who do not follow the dictates of me, while accusing me, you understand those fools who have been fascinated and destroyed in the whole knowledge.

All beings attain to nature, that is, they do deeds based on their nature. The knowledgeable also try according to his nature. Then what will someone’s persistence do in this?

In the sense of sense-sense, that is, raga and malice are hidden about each and every sense. A man should not be in control of both of them because both of them are great enemies who break in its path of welfare.
In a well-behaved manner, his religion, without virtue of the other’s religion, is very good. To die in your religion is also beneficial and the religion of another is going to give fear.

Subject to restriction of work (Karmayoga – third chapter)

Arjun said – O Krishna! Then who does this man not want himself to act like a rapist, who is motivated by sin?

Shri Bhagavan said – This work that has arisen from Rajoguna is anger. It is a very eater, which is never infatuated with indulgences and is a big sinner. You should know about it very differently.

Just as the mirror is covered with smoke and fire and dirt, and the way that the womb is covered with a loaf, in the same way, this knowledge is covered by that work.

And hey Arjun! Like this fire, the knowledge of man is covered by the constant dislike of knowledgeable works.

The senses, mind and intellect are all called its habitat. This work fascinates the soul by covering knowledge through the mind, intellect and senses.

Therefore, O Arjun! You must first subdue the senses and kill this great sinful work that destroys this knowledge and science.

The senses are called from the gross body, ie superior, strong and subtle. With these senses there is a mind, there is more intelligence than the mind, and the one who is at the top of the intellect is the soul.
In this way, by knowing the intellect, that is, knowing the subtle, powerful and very superior soul and subduing the mind by wisdom, O great lady! You kill this formidable evil enemy. (Karmayoga – third chapter)

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