Geeta for beginners in simple words Ch 17 Sl 12 & 13

Geeta for beginners in simple words Ch 17 Sl 12 & 13

Published on 3 December 2022

The uniqueness of Srimad Bhagwat Geeta is the simple and practical style in which it presents the essence of the Hindu way of life and its universal applicability. Sage Vyasa, through the words of Lord Krishna, reiterates the silent message of the Vedas t

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Yoga of Threefold Faith
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Tamasika
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Sattvika
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Rajasika
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THE GEETA WAY
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Chapter 17
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Hari Om! Begin each day listening to the most auspicious sound in the  universe.
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Hari Om!
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Yoga of Threefold Faith Chapter 17 , Shloka 12 & 13
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Bhagwat Geeta for beginners in simple words
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The sacrifice which is offered, O best of the Bharatas, seeking fruit and for ostentation, you may know that to be a rajasika-yagna.
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They declare that sacrifice to be tamasika, which is contrary to the ordinances, in which no food is distributed, which is devoid of mantras and gifts, and which is devoid of faith.
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Hari Om!
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See this Video clipping again and again till you can answer the following questions: 1.What are those sacrifices which are undertaken by men who are anxious    to reach a particular goal and who work for satisfying their vanity in the community? 2.What is the nature of people who work to gain a fixed chosen fruit? 3.What do not constitute divine acts? 4.Which acts cannot be expected to bring cheerfulness or inner peace? 5.Whose sacrifices are of the lowest types? 6.Why a man of sacrifice and right action cannot expect any inner growth    because of his actions? 7.Why a mental development and expansion of the heart, which makes    him share whatever he has with the other who don’t, necessary? 8.Is chanting mantras and distribution of rewards for the Brahmins    necessary? 9.What, are those sacrifices classified as Tamasic?