If one does not allow the intellect to be veiled

and if one does not hide the Truth,

then only can one abide

in equanimity.

-   Param Pujya Ma

Srimad Bhagavad Gita – A guide to daily living

This elucidation of the Gita is extremely practical in its approach and a precious resource for all who seek the path of lasting happiness. For all of us battling our negative tendencies and seeking the support of Truth, Param Pujya Ma’s profound and detailed explanations of Arjuna’s dilemma and Lord Krishna’s supreme guidance ensure the path to victory. Ma said “The Gita is not a discourse - it is the Lord’s command.” A daily shloka reproduced here reveals Truth in practice.

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the complete explanation of the given shloka in Hindi or English.

 

Chapter 15 Shloka 3, 4

न रूपमस्येह तथोपलभ्यते नान्तो न चादिर्न च सम्प्रतिष्ठा।

अश्वत्थमेनं सुविरूढमूलमसंगशस्त्रेण दृढेन छित्त्वा।।३।।

ततः पदं तत्परिमार्गितव्यं यस्मिन्गता न निवर्तन्ति भूयः।

तमेव चाद्यं पुरूषं प्रपद्ये यतः प्रवृत्तिः प्रसृता पुराणी।।४।।

This form (of the tree) is not visible, for it has no beginning, nor end, nor is its mainstay here. Cutting asunder its firmly entrenched roots with the formidable weapon of dispassion, one should earnestly seek that elevated state of dharma, reaching which one never returns. I seek the refuge of That Primal Purusha, from whom this ancient flow of creation has emanated.

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