Out of the battlefield - Kurukshetra
Place it in front of Bhishma’s Chariot
Place it in between the two armies in Kurukshetra
Place it in front of Duryodhana’s Chariot
He is not capable of defeating Kauravas.
He does not want to kill his teachers and relatives as it is of no good.
He thinks Pandava army is inferior to Kauravas and wants Krishna to fight in war.
He did not see Karna among the Kauravas
Gods – who grants wishes and fulfill desires
Goddesses – who nourishes and protects
Earth – which supports animate and inanimate
Brahman – That which defies all changes and remains same in all periods.
For the living and the dead
Neither for the living nor for the dead
Only for the dead
Only for the living
One who performs Tapas in Caves
One who chants Mantras and abstains from Sex
One for whom pain and pleasure are same
One who fasts and performs complex rituals
He is not born, nor does He ever die
Self casts off worn out bodies and wander around after death.
He slays not, nor is He slain.
He is not killed when the body is killed.
One who chases desires and attempts to fulfill them.
One who performs 108 fasting
One who does pilgrimage by foot for 18 years
One who abandon all desires and moves about without sense of I-ness
Delusion – loss of memory – destruction of discrimination
Self pity – remorse – seeks empathy
Ambition – hard work – success
Sympathy – serenity – solitude
When pujas are performed
Fulfills sensual desires
Withdraws sense from the sense objects
Works hard to fulfill desires
Meditating to get rid of evil thoughts
Evenness of mind
Performing action to fulfill desires
Protecting one’s family
Chapter 1 of Gita
Chapter 3 of Gita
Chapter 2 of Gita
Not in any of the above chapters
Mind is not shaken by adversity
Desires to see God
Free from attachment, fear and anger
In prosperity does not yearn for pleasure
Just as man cast off his worn out clothes and puts on new ones, so self casts off its worn out bodies and enters others which are new.
Perform Action by abandoning attachment. Be balanced in success and failure
Whenever there is a decay of righteousness, and a rise of unrighteousness, then I manifest myself.
Like the tortoise which withdraws its limbs from all sides, he withdraws his senses from the sense objects, then his wisdom becomes steady.