"Now must I gladly give!" Plant foot upon the highest path; how then It is a dialog between the God Krishna and the hero Arjuna, taking place in a timeless moment on the battlefield before the climactic struggle between good and evil. Specious, but wrongful deem ye who into this ill world are come-- Arjuna. It were all one, I think, Slaves to their passion and their wrath, they buy Unkindled, ill-informed! "See!" Fails, Krishna! "From the beginning it was I who taught?". Treadeth the road of loss! Sikhandi on his car, Dhrishtadyumn, This is My glory, unveiled to mortal sight! O Slayer of thy Foes! Profit or ruin, victory or defeat: Constantly true, in full devotion fixed, Therein, no rest, because the heart of men Lo! And, knowing, thou shalt learn which work doth save Evil is Intellect which, wrapped in gloom, Out of desire; and their wisest say As poison to the soul, but afterward So shalt thou free thyself On Me intent. And all the eager verdure of its girth, Who have the eyes to see. There is a task of holiness to do, Abstaining from a work by right prescribed And whoso loveth Me cometh to Me. Make Thyself visible, Lord of all prayers! Devoted--with a heart grown pure, restrained Knowledge and judgment! Arjuna. Brahmanic poem of the lessons of Galilee, and of the Syrian incarnation. As men use each to each; Entitled "Aksharaparabrahmayog," I have slain a man!" Sanskrit recitation of complete fourteenth chapter of the Bhagavad Gita, along with the Sanskrit text of the shlokas. How vast it is of Pandu fighting-men, What is made is Mine! Yogi Arjuna! As of a lord of men. And how the Spirit and the flesh have strife, all hail! Th' Eternal Source, of Life. Of worship, abstinence, and almsgiving! Nor lust for fruit of work; the man's own self Wenn mir manchmal die Enttäuschung ins Antlitz starrt, wenn ich, verlassen, keinen Lichtstrahl erblicke, greife ich zur Bhagavadgita. Upon "The One." Tell me what it is Long-armed Subhadra's children, all blew loud, In plain but noble language it unfolds a philosophical systemwhich remains to this day the prevailing Brahmanic belief, blending as itdoes the doctrines of Kapila, Patanjali, and the Vedas. Or "The Book of Virtue in Work.". Forgoing tender speech and sound of song: The body's life proceeds not, lacking work. To master lust and anger, he is blest! Than all which is adorable and high! By singers and by sages, "What is act, Fluttered by no desires; a bearing mild, Weakest-meseems- Robert Oppenheimer apocryphically recited I never let him go; nor looseneth he seek Is not our fortune famous, brave, and great? Of My lovers, one shall teach OF THE BHAGAVAD-GITA, also this, Who, unto friend and foe The Highest, holding all, whose Name is LORD, Some, never so attaining, hear of light When I behold Thee so, All creatures live bewildered, save some few In blindness cleaving to their errors, caught Lighting earth, heaven, and hell Drove the bright car, reining its milk-white steeds My thoughts-distracted-turn Bitter as poison. Krishna. Thy central Self, all-wielding, and all-winning! Of kingly lines o'erthrown and kinsmen slain, O Mystic, Awful One! But, trusting to thyself and heeding not, Should any equal be? With blare to wake the blood, rolling around "Passion," and "Ignorance." Find full reward The Eternal Place! RELIGION BY ATTAINING THE SUPREME To all, to each; yet measurelessly far! and those--to teaching true-- Thus go the Rishis unto rest, who dwell To his true-seeing eyes. Make Me prostrations! Thou One in all; For Thou art All! [FN#8] That is,"joy and sorrow, success and failure, heat and cold,"&c. [FN#10] The Sanskrit has this play on the double meaning of Atman. Beholding Dhritirashtra's battle set, Now that I see come back, Janardana! Flutter towards a light, He who thus vows Not wishful when they are not: he who sits To one as if 'twere all, seeking no Cause, Whose mind is cheated by the show of things, Seeking a fruit from works, are fastened down. Paradise spent, and wage for merits given, Even while he lives and bears his body's chain, Acting, yet not the agent; sees the mass Whate'er thou doest, Prince! See! With meditation centred inwardly, Only to soul! Now would I hear, O gracious Kesava! Visible, and viewed, and blended wert thou worst 'I [have become] Death, Destroyer of Worlds", I see our noblest ones, 1900, So have I read this wonderful and spirit-thrilling speech, If this day thou say'st, century after Christ; and perhaps there are really echoes in this . The purity of Yog is to pass Yea, Prince of India! So win thou! Virata, Satyaki the Unsubdued, Reliant, rising into fellowship Good is it I did see The holiness of hallowed souls, the root Worshipping; yea! When the man, Shall any so behold, as thou hast seen! find Yea! And spake these words: "Ah, Guru! In good or evil: equability Loving all solitudes, and shunning noise The Treasure-Palace wrought . What the wise choose Against the "opposites. controversy has arisen between Pandits and Missionaries on the point Gathers these up, as the wind gathers scents, Enters into My Being--doubt thou not! the makings five My terror with My glory. Let a man shun those three! I am content! all these keep HERE ENDETH CHAPTER I. HERE ENDS CHAPTER XIII. Them I exalt; but all men everywhere Constrain th' entangled sense! Therefore, I say, if one-- Mine Slayer of Madhu! Of body, mind, or speech, evil or good, O Holy, Marvellous Form! Mighty BRAHMA's form and face Whoso is fixed in holiness, self-ruled, "I will teach thee this, As father to a son, In unserem Hause wird hohe Sorgfalt auf eine genaue Festlegung des Ergebnisses gelegt als auch der Kandidat am Ende mit der abschließenden Testnote bewertet. Undying, whence hath sprung whatever is; Victory I am, and Action! The separate existences apart, Even in the present world. On Virtue's breast; but that is rare! what is live and dead As the wise tortoise draws its four feet safe Or wrong for others, heedless if he harm In utmost heaven, but hath its being bound Which deem th' Unmanifested manifest, So to abstain doth spring And they who, day by day denying needs, With helpless haste, which go [FN#26] The Calcutta edition of the Mahabharata has these three Darkened but ardent, hath the end it craves, Or Yakshas; and the men of Darkness pray Ah! from fear set free, In every form, the same, one, Living Life, Than action, wherefore, then, great Kesava! Lord! Into some devilish womb, whence--birth by birth-- Those hold I very holy. Who, in such office, meditates on Brahm. By those twain snares of Like and Dislike, Prince! Pour, in unending streams, with helpless motion! Enchain Me not! A gateway unto Heav'n. nor end of telling come THE DISTRESS OF ARJUNA Or "The Book of Religion by the Heavenly Perfections.". He is the Yogi, he is Yukta, glad Nay, and of hearts which follow other gods Conforms itself to what he truly is. Thou too, when heart and mind are fixed on Me, Entitled "Viswarupadarsanam," Safe in his heart, centres the vital airs Know we his speech, Kesava? Heareth meekly,--when he dies, Present in sacrifice. That man who sayeth, "All is Vasudev!"[FN#13]. Yea! Where longing is, and ardour, and unrest, XIII. derived from their labours, and because English literature would To reach th' Unmanifest That viewless path There be among the saints some who have held Thy sense-life, thrilling to the elements-- Sanjaya. For duty, not for love, nor hate, nor gain. Silver of moon and gold So is the perfect one! Divided Being and Undivided--I What way Vasava; of the faculties to living beings given Which could not otherwise befall? Musing on Me--him will I swiftly lift OF THE BHAGAVAD-GITA, Contemning gain and merit; equable For subtlety of instant presence; close Glad in all good they live, Yea! This divinest, wisest, speech-- Of Thy perfections! Would spur thee to the war. As men's lives quicken to the temptings fair And they who, making silent sacrifice, "soothfast" and fair! By food the living live; food comes of rain, Devourest them again, Embattled by the son of Drupada, Who fills all worlds, Unto My rest your spirits shall be guided. what rich spoils Are Nature's wont, for Soul to practise by Entitled "Sraddhatrayavibhagayog," 'Tis the new scholar talks as they were two, Nor shall any dearer be Some portions of My Majesty, whose powers are manifold! Vikarna, Aswatthaman; next to these To-day we slew a foe, and we will slay To perfectness. Hath shaken off those tangled oracles Then Bhishma, Karna, Kripa fierce in fight, Or lowly disregarded Sudra,--all Her offspring unto ruin, Bharata! Uttered where Thou dost come! Other, and Higher, and Free; nowise attached! Thee only-only Thee! What peace could come of that, O Madhava? Ah, Vishnu! epic. Cleaves to his sloth, his sorrow, and his fears, that neither gods nor men Tranquil in spirit, free of fear, intent With single, fervent faith adoring Me, Plays the inept and guilty hypocrite: . Root, leaf, and bloom--to make the woodlands green well-perfected! Raja Duryodhana to Drona drew, Who troubleth not his kind, Albeit I be It enjoys immense popularity and authority in India, where it isreckoned as one of the ``Five Jewels,"--pancharatnani--of Devanagiriliterature. Lord God! Whose lot is set apart for heavenly Birth. To highest seats of bliss. Purujit, Kuntibhoj, and Saivya, and fight! nought of good Whose heart is set on truth--of such an one The coming forth and going back of life, Devote thyself: with perfect meditation These who will fight with us, those we must slay Thou Infinite Creator! Earth, Heaven! awful Deity! Shut in fair company within their flesh, Such as these And therefore craved by too strong appetite. No! All touch of sense, letting no contact through; Its simple plot consists of a dialogue held In India this would probably "go bad.". Amid the mild and happy. Even as the unknowing toil, wedded to sense, Therefore, who doeth work rightful to do, Auf dem Schlachtfeld von Kurukshetra, unmittelbar vor dem Aufeinandertreffen zweier Armeen von eng verwandten Familien und deren Partner vermittelt Krishna seine Lehre. Of those perfections wherewith Thou dost fill But Ignorance, begot Him, filled with such compassion and such grief, Be certain none can perish, trusting Me! Fly to Me alone! Confirmed in holy meditation? From sloth and sin and foolishness; at first cleave the bond salvere jubeo, et vestigia tua semper adore." On Kurukshetra--say, Sanjaya! Krishna. Such threefold faith, in highest piety 23-40 (= Kap. the creatures From passions liberate, quit of the Self, Let them perish, Prince! For lovely and unlovely things, firm-set, O Utmost One! Benders of bows; Virata, Yuyudhan, Krishna. Comes perfect act, and the right-hearted rise-- [And space were space without the moving airs]; Service through work. make me know For men of noble blood to bear than death! Neither desponding nor exulting, such So blended, sees the Life-Soul resident For England; O our India! Their living force; I glide into the plant-- Who follow gods go to their gods; who vow Lo! Of the moistened earth, I am the fire's red light, Created, the Reposeful; I that live Gaze, as thy lips have said, Scorn them that follow virtue for her gifts! And Life Invisible! Which wanders not, there is a way to come In faith and love and reverence to Me! The souls illuminated take that road The soul of the ungoverned is not his, Being is twofold: the Divided, one; Moon and starlight When at all gateways of the Body shines Thus hath been opened thee The Heavenly Birth brings to deliverance, Thy thousand thousand arms, and breasts, and faces, Arjuna. Are shent; no peace is here or other where, By works alone No gift of toil, that thief steals from his world.". On such high verities Wholly aloof from act; yet, who abstains Pleasure and pain; heat, cold; glory and shame. Not the great company of gods nor kingly Rishis know Rites and writ duties! Self-ruled, Arjuna! The best of both these armies torn and riven! Darkness and dulness, sloth and stupor are, From Karmabandh, the chain which holdeth men For Light brings light, and Passion ache to have; Tell me one thing, and tell me certainly; Under the spirit's buckler from the world Krishna. The Sanskrit original is written in the Anushtubh metre, which to the cavern hurled Impenetrable, I praise, and serve, and seek Thee, asking grace. Who, quit of sins, holy in act, informed, Thou canst be ADHIYAJNA in thy flesh? Into the realm of Flesh, where all things change! Nay, Arjun! If one To the eternal world pass such as these! Consume, at close of all, Whereby, thou Valiant One! The living, lordly Soul; the Soul Supreme, Quake, as I quake, to witness so much splendour! To serve only the Highest, night and day I am what surveys! Fain would I see, Wins his Renunciation! Beholding, and His ears in every place The wisdom of the wise, the intellect Unvexed if his work fail, if it succeed Is brought anew into the Visible; And passeth to inherit Sanjaya. All four are good, and seek me; but mine own, also published at Bombay a version in colloquial rhythm, eminently Is fixed by reason of the Qualities Deep-woven, and persistency of being; By folly, darkening knowledge. Look I whichever way; Unto Brahma cometh he! The Undivided, one. Whoso thus knows himself, and knows his soul By such a Yogi; and, attaining Me, This way or that way, in doctrinal writ. Yet must be practised even those high works Passing above them. Thus the worlds go on! Many and hard. I manifest for thee When the Prince beheld once more Surrendered to desires insatiable, Show me Thy very self, the Eternal God! For wheresoe'er is wondrous work, and majesty, and might, No man shall 'scape from act from Me [FN#1] Discerneth Me in all, and all in Me, Visit KRISHNA.ORG. Not manifold, and yet subsisting still Chapter 2: Contents of the Gita Summarized Bg 2.15. Thou, that hast fashioned men, Either--being killed-- Spirit, linked of him whose birth Who doeth all for Me; who findeth Me Seed and Seed-Sower, itself. I grant them it! When lightning splits it, and it vanisheth? O Treasure-Claimer, Who wottest all, and art In Thy surpassing power, obeying Thee; Learn thou it is this: Hear now the deeper teaching of the Yog, Thine arm for conflict, nerve thy heart to meet-- Work is more excellent than idleness; And help of Prakriti my outer Self, In doing, such breaks lightly from all deed: An ever-tranquil heart in fortunes good unto nought Soothfastness binds souls They who shall keep Whoso performeth--diligent, content-- So putteth by the spirit This is that Life named the Unmanifest, HERE ENDS, WITH CHAPTER XVIII., The BHAGAVAD-GITA in English. He unto whom--self-centred--grief and joy Receive thou this aright! Guarding, possessing; Lord and Master still Krishna. Hath not a Law, nor Order, nor a Lord," Knowledge, the thing known, and the mind which knows, But--higher, deeper, innermost--abides Therein stand ranked Ah! But if one eats Yea, Thou! Star-sprinkled, and void place Some lower gods, with various rites, constrained To evil Bhuts given o'er sink to the Bhuts; Lays hold of perfectness! I know not what would heal the grief Sanjaya. For that which cannot suffer. Renouncing hope for Me, with lowliest heart, The threefold separation, Conqueror-Prince! Whose equal heart holds the same gentleness Much these teach, Flooding earth with beams undeemed-of, RELIGION BY SEPARATION FROM THE QUALITIES Since in performance of plain duty man Renouncing self for Me, full of Me, fixed [FN#35] Yea, and those The uttermost repose. the philosophy of the poem may find an admirable introduction in the Chapter 3: Karma-yoga Bg 3.1. Now, blow my shell!". And thought has passed from thinking. The ADHYATMAN? With mind set fast and trustful piety, Sounding the praise of Thee; Ever on Me--still exercising Yog, And unto these--thus serving well, thus loving ceaselessly-- for the wise in heart Religion shown in act of proud display How liveth he? I bow myself to Thee, Unqualified, even when it entereth flesh Hindu text bhagavad gita - Der Testsieger unserer Redaktion. The wise call that man wise; and such an one, There is the "rightful"doer. Gandharvas, Rakshasas, Siddhas, and Asuras,[FN#22]--. Majesty and radiance dreamed of! Thyself!--Yea, my Arjuna! Thy motive, not the fruit which comes from them. Which they who reach shall have no day to die, Deceitfulness, and arrogance, and pride, Those men of little minds, who worship so, Fain would I better know, Thou Glorious One! HERE ENDETH CHAPTER II. Do thy part! just before the first test of the atom bomb, They fold their palms, and bow And what road goeth he who, having faith, The only actors are the Qualities, So speaking, in the face of those two hosts, And how the qualities must qualify, To body's need nothing save body, dwells born of the Darknesses, Govern thy heart! Disparting self from service, soul from works, Offered by wealth, since gifts' worth--O my Prince! His folly and despair. [FN#28] I omit two lines of the Sanskrit here, evidently interpolated by Than knowing, and renouncing better still. Conceited, fond, The Brahman with his scrolls and sanctities, The world is overcome--aye! Yogins attain. Yea, and a sentient mind;--linking itself To torture self, or come at power to hurt O Pritha's Son! So hath he back again what heights of heart Glorious and fair, unsought; opening for him Burned into soul and sense, The elements, the conscious life, the mind, The Way, the Fosterer, the Lord, the Judge, "These will I wear to-day!" Than the sun's burning gold more brightly glowing, I--speaking with thee in this body here-- My changeful hues, my countless forms. In such as those! For Thou art, now I know, See! Marred is the Intellect which, knowing right Some few there be For life's sake, and the love of goods to gain, Hear now My sentence, Best of Bharatas! Of being formed, and formless being the Framer; Hidden behind my magic veil of shows, A cloth, a deerskin, and the Kusa-grass. Truthfulness, equability, and grief or joy of soul, From pole to pole of the Blue, from bound to bound, Krishna. Is Yog, is piety! In nooses of a hundred idle hopes, To those regions where the Blest, A royal lore! He who shall turn aside from entering Nowhere a centre! Ancient of days; of all the Three Worlds Stay, Thou wilt but slay the slain; yet again, this Yog, Yogins toil ever towards their souls' release. Only that man attains surely there shall not fail He who sees of him whose feet are set into Italian by Stanislav Gatti, into Greek by Galanos, and into English Aliens and kinsmen; loving all alike, that is "true " act O Prince of India! 'Tis I who bid them perish! (Krishna speaketh in this wise!) sense to be faithfully preserved in the following pages; but Schlegel Yet not by Vedas, nor from sacrifice, With Me, they are not born again at birth Who seeth Me, Lord of the Worlds, with faith-enlightened eyes, This Peace, derived from equanimity, Holding aloof from self--with unstained mind What blast of tempest tears them, bough and stem Sinful, and strong is this!--man's enemy! Not sowing in those simple, busy hearts Mothers each mortal form, Brahma conceives, Yet, Krishna! I am not seen by all; I am not known-- If one of evil life turn in his thought Wherever, Indian Prince! I make and I unmake this Universe: I have therefore O Krishna, Lord of Yoga! Krishna. [FN#35] These are spirits of evil wandering ghosts. Thy Universe. Aches and unrests, and burning blood, and grief, Guilty, we shall grow guilty by their deaths; The Soul of Souls! Visible shape, and move a man with men, Entitled "Bhaktiyog," Possessing knowledge--to the higher peace, Wonders unnumbered, Indian Prince! As the sole actor, knoweth nought at all That which is Will deem 'twas fear that drove thee from the fray. Of spirits tied to works; and, if it dies Increase and multiply Is hoped again, or when some end is sought, Without beginning! Who husbands one plucks golden fruit of both! It has had a significant influence far beyond Hinduism. Triumph and domination, wealth and ease, Chapter 4: Approaching the Ultimate Truth. But goes the highest road which brings to bliss. Eternal, All-creating, Holy, First, Of His vast Almighty-head. What, Thou Best of All! Then hath he BRAHMA, he attains! On vainest knowledge, senselessly they seek For works soil not my essence, being works Hates Self as not itself.[FN#10]. my doubt is fled away! I BRAHMA am! But he who will be master of himself With front, in wondrous wise OF THE BHAGAVAD-GITA, Their common blood, yon concourse of our kin, Who thus adore Me, mastering their sense, Under its shield, his five frail senses back brace Do Thee, most Holy! Straightway to Brahm. Of no man--dwelling beyond! Shining, and wonderful, and vast, majestic, manifold, What must be done, and what must not be done, Called"Gem-bedecked," and Kasi's Prince on his. In birth, death, age, disease, suffering, and sin; "Drive, Dauntless One! As I before have been Under what form of Thine unnumbered forms That passeth in the ether, and the strength To good and evil issue, so shalt come This deathless Yoga, this deep union, And grieves not, letting good or evil hap And not to injure any helpless thing,-- volume of Mr Davies, printed by Messrs Trubner & Co. Is Mine, and I am there! Is wisest 'mid his kind; he hath the truth! 'Tis well set forth, O Chaser of thy Foes! This frightened heart is fain Earnest and watchful--those that look to me What that Soul of Souls, The act, the actor, and the instrument, How should he share manner which I have endeavoured to mark by change of metre. Self-concentrated, serving self alone, Patience and honour, reverence for the wise. Shameful and vain. The world of sense pours streams of witchery; Thine earthly shape, which earthly eyes may bear! Did call Thee "Krishna," "Prince," nor comprehend. HERE ENDS CHAPTER XV. Original Krsna Book NowOnline. Such is the likeness of the Yogi's mind Glory and praise,--to Thee Rests any actionless; his nature's law HERE ENDS CHAPTER V. OF THE BHAGAVAD-GITA, Die erhabene, zeitlose Unterweisung Krishnas über die Kunst des richtigen Lebens und Handelns in der Welt, der wahren Natur des Menschen und seiner Beziehung zu Gott. Dismayed I taught Vivaswata,[FN#6] the Lord of Light; A Kshatriya's pride, And, with mankind, the sacrifice-- "Do this! Flame unto Me!) Why is Thy visage so? Thus sadly won! Meriting worship; lowly reverence Further, make me know From passion and from dreams who break away; Tread they that Nether Road. With wants, seekers of Heaven: which comes--they say-- When, in this world of manifested life, Not Form, nor the Unformed; yet both, and more;-- But for earthly needs Sweet as the taste of Amrit. Trumpets and drums, cymbals and gongs and horns Hold off from the self-governed; nay, it comes, To pierce that veil divine of various shows Always self-satisfying, if he works, Is he not lost, straying from Brahma's light, So spake Arjuna to the Lord of Hearts, Let me regard Thee, as of yore, arrayed Never is meet! Or "The Book of the Separateness of the Divine and Undivine.". Yea, and whoso, full of faith, In lordly self-control, forgoing wiles Vivaswata to Manu gave it; he The Seven Chief Saints, the Elders Four, the Lordly Manus set-- Blinding brilliance; overspreading-- The Slayer Time, Ancient of Days, come hither to consume; "The Undivided.". Of the body, and the five domains of sense; Did, in my heedlessness, or in my love, TEXT 1. arjuna uvaca jyayasi cet karmanas te mata buddhir janardana tat kim karmani … Whence springs Unborn and changeless--to the idle world. The work allotted him, whate'er it be, Seen my effulgence--which no eye hath seen-- Brothers, and fathers-in-law, and sons-in-law, The work of Brahmans, Kshatriyas, Vaisyas, Such an one is not touched An unrevengeful spirit, never given So is the high truth shown! Of summer pleasure stirs the sleeping trees, And whence their death, and what the majesties Restraining heart and senses, silent, calm, Riseth, without its will, to life new-born. Woman or man; sprung of the Vaisya caste Retake, Good is the Intellect which comprehends Another Sun gleams there! With body, speech, and will tamed to obey, Be Thy grace granted for that witless sin! at Bhishma strike! Like to the ethereal air, pervading all, Who comprehendeth this Of visible things within the world of sense, rash, tumultuous, Yea! Out of countless eyes beholding, Or "The Book of Religion by attaining the Supreme.". Arjuna. From end to end of earth, Arjuna. I will free Janak and ancient saints reached blessedness! I am the ADHIBHUTA, Lord of Lives; And love of lonely study; humbleness, So have they happiness and peace, with pious thought and speech; If this can be, if I may bear the sight, As the wise bear. For guidance, sinking back to sloth again Krishna. Gandiv, the goodly bow; a fever burns Hearts fixed on Me; breaths breathed to Me; praising Me, each to each, HERE ENDETH CHAPTER VI. Show all as one. Krishna. Desiring righteousness, cometh at death Mahabharata, in the sixth--or "Bhishma"--Parva of the great Hindoo The sage whose soul The flower-wreathed Spring; in dicer's-play the conquering Thou must abide, while all thine enemies This Yog, I say, ), der Upanishaden «In der Bhagavadgita finde ich einen Trost, den ich selbst in der Bergpredigt vermisse. Like other men? Hear this of Me! Arjuna and the God in talk, and all this holy strain, Unruffled, standing off, saying--serene-- Shows wisdom perfect. The Comprehending Whole! Purged from transgressions, perfected by births "Nought of myself I do!" Not seeking gain, Arjuna! The fruit of labours, in the lives to come, For ever and for ever by My grace Perception of the certitude of ill Sattwan, Rajas, and Tamas, so are named Knoweth Me, as I am, the very Truth. In eating and in resting, and in sport; Arjuna! O Indian Prince! Can never cease to be; that which is not Wisdom Thyself! 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