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A Companion to the Study of Hinduism - Part III
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HR 255.03
Principles and Practice of Hindu Dharma
~ Level - 2
Srimad Bhagavat Gita
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Sri Krishna's discourse to Sri Arjuna,
As the message of the Vedas - The Essence of the Upanishads
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Gita

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Chapter : II
Jeeva-atma (Soul) is eternal and indestructable
Companion
Part - III

 

 

 

na jaayate' mriyate' vaa kadaachin naayam bhuthva bhavithaa na bhooyah: |
ajo nithyah saasvato'yam puraano na hanyate' hanyamaane' sareere' || -II-20 ||
Chapter II - 20 -- Never is he ( Soul ) born, nor does he die at any time, he has
never been brought into being, nor shall come hereafter; unborn, eternal,
permanant and ancient ( primeval ). When the body is slain, he is not slain.
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ved'aavinaasinam nithyam ya e'nam ajam avyayam |
katham sa purushah paartha kam ghaathayathi hanthi kam || -II-21 ||
Chapter II - 21 -- O' Arjunaa, know this soul to be eternal, undecaying, birthless and indestructible. A person who knows him to be so -- whom can he slay or cause another to slay.
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vaasaamsi jeernaani yathaa vihaaya navaani gr.hnaathi naro' paraani |
thathaa sareeraani vihaaya jeernany-anyaani samyaathi navaani de'hi || -II-22 ||
Chapter II - 22 -- As a man casts off worn-out garments and puts on new ones,
so the embodied soul casts off the worn-out body and enters other new ones.
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nainam chindhanthi sasthraani nainan dhahathi paavakah |
na ch'ainam kle'dhayanthy aapo' na so'sayathi maarutah" || -II-23 ||
Chapter II -23 -- No weapon can cleave him; nor the fire burn him,
no waters can make him wet, nor the wind dry him up.
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acche'dyo' yam adhaahyo' yam akle'dhyo' sya eva cha |
nithyah sarva-gathah sthaanoor achalo' yam sanaathanah: || -II-24 ||
Chapter II -24 -- Uncleaveable is he; he is not burnt; nor be wetted and neither be dried;
Eternal, all-pervading, stable and immovable is he from everlasting time.
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avyaktho' yam achinthyo' yam avikaaryo' yam uchyate' |
thamaad e'vam vidhithvainam naanusochitum-arhasi || -II-25 ||
Chapter II -25 -- He is spoken as invisible, unthinkable and immutable;
therefore, you ought not to grieve comprhending as such.
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jaathasya hi dhruvo mr.thyur dhr.uvam janma mr.thasya cha |
thasmaad aparihaarye'rthe' na thvam sochithum-arhasi || -II-27 ||
Chapter II -27 -- For death is certain to one who is born; to one who is dead,
birth is certain; therefore, thou shalt not grieve for what is unavoidable.
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