Daily Dose of Bhagwad Gita


Quotes on Gita : ‘If one reads Bhagavad-Gita very sincerely and with all seriousness, then by the grace of the Lord the reactions of his past misdeeds will not act upon him’ Lord Shiva to Parvatidevi, Gita-Mahatmya. 

No other philosophical or religious work reveals ,in such a lucid and profound way, the nature of consciousness, the self, the universe and the Supreme. I will shall read (Youtube Link Attached) and write Gita verses from the book “Bhagvan-Gita As It Is” by Swami Prabhupada everyday.

Bhagavad Gita – Chapter 2- Verse 28

Chapter 2 – Contents of the Gita Summarised

Text 28 – All created beings are unmanifest in their beginning, manifest in their interim state, and unmanifest again when annihilated. So what need is there for lamentation?

Purport – Accepting that there are two classes of philosophers, one believing in the existence of the soul and the other not believing in the existence of the soul, there is no cause for lamentation in either case. Nonbelievers in the existence of the soul are called atheists by followers of Vedic wisdom. Yet even if, for argument’s sake, we accept this atheistic theory, there is still no cause for lamentation. Apart from the separate existence of the soul, the material elements remain unmanifested before creation. From this subtle state of non-manifestation comes manifestation, just as from ether, air is generated; from air, fire is generated; from fire, water is generated; and from water, earth becomes manifested. From the earth, many varieties of manifestations take place. Take, for example, a big skyscraper manifested from the earth. When it is dismantled, the manifestation becomes again unmanifested and remains as atoms in the ultimate stage. The law of conservation of energy remains, but in course of time things are manifested and unmanifested – that is the difference. Then what cause is there for lamentation either in the stage of manifestation or in unmanifestation? Somehow or other, even in the unmanifested stage, things are not lost. Both at the beginning and at the end, all elements remain unmanifested, and only in the middle are they manifested, and this does not make any real material difference.

And if we accept the Vedic conclusion as stated in the Bhagavad-gītā that these material bodies are perishable in due course of time (antavanta ime dehāḥ) but that the soul is eternal (nityasyoktāḥ śarīriṇaḥ), then we must remember always that the body is like a dress; therefore why lament the changing of a dress? The material body has no factual existence in relation to the eternal soul. It is something like a dream. In a dream we may think of flying in the sky, or sitting on a chariot as a king, but when we wake up we can see that we are neither in the sky nor seated on the chariot. The Vedic wisdom encourages self-realization on the basis of the nonexistence of the material body. Therefore, in either case, whether one believes in the existence of the soul or one does not believe in the existence of the soul, there is no cause for lamentation for loss of the body.

Excerpt From: His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. “Bhagavad-gita As It Is”. Apple Books.

12 Comments Add yours

  1. so good but I have a question..it is written in geeta, do your work do not worry about the fruit. but if we dont know about the fruit, where is it then how can we know the path. if I want to reach taj mahal then i will take the aagra bus. …hope you understand what i wanna say. 🙂

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    1. Anurag says:

      hey, i dont know if am eligible to answer but will give a try. I belive geeta says know your parth but don’t worry about it, if you are doing your work sincerely!

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      1. GS says:

        Great thought Anurag, also the next verses will be on Karma Yoga…maybe we will get more clarity there..


      2. Anurag says:

        waiting for it!

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      3. GS says:



      4. GS says:

        If it’s not too much to ask, please share my YouTube channel with others 🙏🏼


      5. Anurag says:

        yeah sure

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    2. GS says:

      I understand where you are coming from. I do have the same thoughts. I believe what it is saying is to not get anxious about the results everyday…..see if things happen as per our wishes…great…if they don’t..even more better..haha

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  2. vequinox says:

    Reblogged this on Manolis.

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    1. GS says:

      Thank you for sharing my post


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