'And also each time remembering the most wonderful form of the Lord fills me with great wonder, o King,
and makes me rejoice again and again. I am convinced that wherever there is the Lord of Yoga Krishna
and the son of Prithâ carrying the bow and arrows, that there opulence, victory, great power and morality are assured.'

 

 

 
Chapter 18:
The Yoga of  Liberation through Renunciation:  About renunciation (its threefold nature) and its service with the divisions of society as the ultimate of liberation.
 

Shlokas 61, 62, 63, 65, 66, 76 & 78.

 

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shloka 61

îsvarah sarva-bhûtânâm
hrd-dese 'rjuna tisthati
bhrâmayan sarva-bhûtâni
yantrârûdhâni mâyayâ

The Supreme Master resides in the heart of all living entities, o Arjuna, directing each creature subject to the mechanical of time and matter.

shloka 62

tam eva saranam gaccha
sarva-bhâvena bhârata
tat-prasâdât parâm sântim
sthânam prâpsyasi sâsvatam

Be sure to surrender in all respects unto Him, o son of Bharata; by His grace you will obtain the transcendental abode of eternal peace.

shloka 63

iti te jnânam âkhyâtam
guhyâd guhyataram mayâ
vimrsyaitad asesena
yathecchasi tathâ kuru

Thus the greater secret of confidential knowledge has been explained by Me; in full consideration of this, do that what you wish to do.

shloka 65

manmanâ bhava mad-bhakto
mad-yâjî mâm namaskuru
mâm evaishyasi satyam te
pratijâne priyo 'si me

Thinking of Me becoming My devotee, offering your obeisances unto Me becoming My worshipper; for sure you will come to Me in truth - this I promise you as You are dear to Me.

shloka 66

sarva-dharmân parityajya
mâm ekam saranam vraja
aham tvâm sarva-pâpebhyo
moksayisyâmi mâ sucah

Go, leave the variety of religions behind for surrendering to Me only; I will deliver you from all the consequences of sin, don't worry!

shloka 76

râjan samsmrtya samsmrtya
samvâdam imam adbhutam
kesavârjunayoh punyam
hrsyâmi ca muhur muhuh

O King, over and over remembering this wonderful message so Holy of Kesava and Arjuna, delights me time and again.

shloka 78

yatra yogesvarah krsno
yatra pârtho dhanur-dharah
tatra srîr vijayo bhûtir
dhruvâ nîtir matir mama

I am convinced that wherever there is the Lord of Yoga Krishna and the son of Prthâ carrying the bow and arrows, that there opulence, victory, great power and morality are assured."

 

 

           

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Chapter 18:
The Yoga of Liberation through Renunciation: About renunciation (its threefold nature) and its service with the divisions of society as the ultimate of liberation.

Verses 61, 62, 63, 65, 66, 76 & 78.

Text 61

The Supreme Master resides in the heart of all living entities, o Arjuna, directing each creature subject to the mechanical of time and matter.

Text 62

Be sure to surrender in all respects unto Him, o son of Bharata; by His grace you will obtain the transcendental abode of eternal peace.

Text 63

Thus the greater secret of confidential knowledge has been explained by Me; in full consideration of this, do that what you wish to do.

Text 65

Thinking of Me becoming My devotee, offering your obeisances unto Me becoming My worshipper; for sure you will come to Me in truth - this I promise you as You are dear to Me.

Text 66

Go, leave the variety of religions behind for surrendering to Me only; I will deliver you from all the consequences of sin, don't worry!

Text 76

O King, over and over remembering this wonderful message so Holy of Kesava and Arjuna, delights me time and again.

Text 78

I am convinced that wherever there is the Lord of Yoga Krishna and the son of Prthâ carrying the bow and arrows, that there opulence, victory, great power and morality are assured."

Thus ends the Bhagavad Gîtâ as taken down by S'rîla Vyâsadeva in the Mahâbhârata; Bhîsma Parva, chapter 23-40

Complete version of this chapter (18a) & (18b) in Sanskrit, word-for-word and translation

 

     

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