Karma Samnyasa Yoga
Jnana Karma Samnyasa Yoga
Whenever there is decay of righteousness, O Bharata, and a rise of unrighteousness, then I manifest myself.
The wicked, the fools and the lowest of men take not refuge in me; they take refuge in Devilish Nature being bereft of knowledge by illusion.
Many births of mine have passed and mine too, O Arjuna! I know all of them though knowst not.
For the protection of the good, for the destruction of the wicked and for the establishment of righteousness, I am born in every age.
Vinasaya cha dushkrtam
Those that favor adharma
Those that strive to fulfill desires
Those freed from attachment, fear and anger
Those that perform pujas and prayers
Attachment to fruits of action
One who is attached to fruits of action.
One who is free from the pairs of opposites (pleasure or pain) and envy.
One who performs actions with egocentric desires.
Who strictly follows all pujas.
This verse is chanted before starting a war.
This verse is chanted before taking food.
This verse is chanted during namkaran samskar – naming ceremony
This verse is chanted during Shradh ceremony.
Performing fasting without water
Knowledge of the Self.
The one who performs actions without desiring fruits
One who purifies with the fire of knowledge
The doubting Soul
One who overcomes ego through knowledge
Sword of Knowledge
Through retiring to caves in Himalayas
By reverence, questioning and service
With money and other donation
By wearing spiritual robes
By praising them about their knowledge
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