Shradda Traya Vibhaga Yoga
Daiva Asura Sampat Vibhaga Yoga
Moksha Sanyasa Yoga
Abandonment of the fruits of all actions.
Renunciation of actions with desire
Fasting for fulfilment desire
Donation performed for achieving success
Rajasic of Passionate
Sattvic or Pure
Tamasic or dull
Both Rajasic and Sattvic
Acts of sacrifice, charity and austerity should not be abandoned, but should be performed; worship, charity and also austerity are the purifiers of even ‘the wise.’
That by which one sees the one indestructible Reality in all beings, undivided in the divided, know what ‘knowledge’ as Sattvic (pure).
Whatever ‘obligatory action’ is done, O Arjuna, merely because it ought to be done, abandoning ‘attachment and also fruit’, that abandonment is regarded as sattvic (pure).
Whatever is sacrificed, give or performed, and whatever austerity is practiced without faith, is called ‘asat,’ O Partha; it is not for here or hereafter.
None of the above
Free from attached
Full of pleasure and grief
Unmoved in success and failure
Not egoistic in speech
Nectar like at first put poison like in the end.
Poison at first but nectar like in the end.
Practise of rituals
Purity of intellect
Giving up attraction and hatred
Giving up the sense of I and mine
Endowed with a pure intellect; controlling the self by firmness; relinquishing sound and other objects; and abandoning attraction and hatred
Dwelling in solitude, eating but little, speech, body and mind subdued; always engage in meditation and concentration; taking refuge in dispassion…
Having abandoned egoism, power, arrogance, desire, anger and aggrandisement; freed from the notion of min and so peaceful – he is fit to become Brahman.
That gift which is given, knowing it to be a duty, in a fit time and place to a worthy person, from who we expect nothing in return, is held to be sattvic.
None of the above
None of the Above
True – Krishna says to reflect upon the teachings, and to act as he choose.
No – Krishna commands to follow him