Bhagavad-gita as it is : with the original Sanskrit text, by A. C. (1896-1977) Bhaktivedanta Swami

By A. C. (1896-1977) Bhaktivedanta Swami

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TEXT 3 � q"TV��IJfTl{RPt � �� I �f ���. lhiim� ar­ ranged; drupada-putrepa-by the son of Drupada; tava - your; si§yepa­ disciple; dhimatii- very intelligent. Text 4] Observing the Armies on the Battlefield of Kuru�etra 35 TRANSLATION 0 my teacher, behold the great army of the sons of P�c;Iu, so expertly arranged by your intelligent disciple, the son of Drupada. PURPORT Duryodhana, a great diplomat, wanted to point out the defects of Dro�;tadirya, the great briihmar-a commander-in-chief. Dro�;tacarya had some political quarrel with King Drupada, the father of Draupadi, who was Arjuna's wife.

Am, hearing Bhagavad­ gitii from the realized person, will turn one to the thought of the Supreme Being. This will lead to niscala, remembering the Supreme Lord, and will enable one, upon leaving the body, to attain a spiritual body which is just fit for association with the Supreme Lord. '; (Bg. 8) Introduction 27 This is not a very difficult process. However, one must learn it from an experienced person, from one who is already in the practice. la or on the sound of His name. la. One must thus meditate on paramam puru§arh, the Supreme Person, and thus attain Him.

If one has fifty years of life ahead of him, he should engage that brief time in cultivating this practice of remembering the Supreme Personality of Godhead. am, hearing Bhagavad­ gitii from the realized person, will turn one to the thought of the Supreme Being. This will lead to niscala, remembering the Supreme Lord, and will enable one, upon leaving the body, to attain a spiritual body which is just fit for association with the Supreme Lord. '; (Bg. 8) Introduction 27 This is not a very difficult process.

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