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- Title: Bhagavad Gita: Chapter I: Arjun-Vishad
- With Yudhamanyu, and Uttamauj
- On our side, too, thou best of Brahmans! see
- Excellent chiefs, commanders of my line,
- Vikarna, Aswatthaman; next to these
- Strong Saumadatti, with full many more
- Our battle shows where Bhishma holds command,
- Was Hanuman the monkey, spake this thing
- Its women grow unwomaned, whence there spring
- Title: Bhagavad Gita: Chapter II: Sankhya-Yog
- All, that doth live, lives always! To man's frame
- He who shall say, Lo! I have slain a man!
- Say, I have killed a man, or caused to kill?
- How, if thou hearest that the man new-dead
- Is, like the man new-born, still living man
- Nor wotteth man this, what a marvel it is,
- Many and hard. Specious, but wrongful deem
- To suit all needs, so do these Brahmans draw
- He hath attained the Yog that man is such!
- On Me intent. That man alone is wise
- Till purpose, mind, and man are all undone.
- Lo! such a man comes to tranquillity;
- Title: Bhagavad Gita: Chapter III: Karma-Yog
- Yet these are one! No man shall 'scape from act
- And, with mankind, the sacrifice Do this!
- Since in performance of plain duty man
- To like and dislike, yet th' enlightened man
- Yet tell me, Teacher! by what force doth man
- Sinful, and strong is this! man's enemy!
- It maddens man, beguiling, blinding him.
- Title: Bhagavad Gita: Chapter IV: Jnana Yog
- Vivaswata to Manu gave it; he
- Manifold the renewals of my birth
- Visible shape, and move a man with men,
- Many there be who come! from fear set free,
- The wise call that man wise; and such an one,
- Enlightened and emancipate, my Prince!
- Title: Bhagavad Gita: Chapter V: Karmasanyasayog
- Nor lust for fruit of work; the man's own self
- Of no man dwelling beyond! Mankind errs here
- Splendid and clear shines manifest the Truth
- The Brahman with his scrolls and sanctities,
- In such as those! But if a man shall learn,
- Title: Bhagavad Gita: Chapter VI: Atmasanyamayog
- Not seeking gain from work, that man, O Prince!
- Let each man raise
- When the man,
- That happy severance Yoga; call that man
- Arjuna! if a man sees everywhere
- To hold the wayward wind, as tame man's heart.
- Man's heart is to restrain, and wavering;
- By wont of self-command. This Yog, I say,
- Title: Bhagavad Gita: Chapter VII: Vijnanayog
- Of many thousand mortals, one, perchance,
- Make up the showing of Me, Manifest.
- Of man's shed seed. I am the good sweet smell
- Arjuna! and the man who yearns to know;
- At end of many births to Me they come!
- That man who sayeth, All is Vasudev![Note 13]
- Which deem th' Unmanifested manifest,
- The ADHYATMAN; know KARMA, my work;
- Title: Bhagavad Gita: Chapter VIII: Aksharaparabrahmayog
- The ADHYATMAN? What, Thou Best of All!
- And ADHYATMAN is My Being's name,
- And, Manifested in divided forms,
- This is that Life named the Unmanifest,
- Title: Bhagavad Gita: Chapter IX: Rajavidyarajaguhyayog
- Is spread abroad; by Me, the Unmanifest!
- One Force in every place, though manifold!
- The Mantra, and the flame, and that which burns!
- Woman or man; sprung of the Vaisya caste
- The holy Brahmans and My Royal Saints?
- Title: Bhagavad Gita: Chapter X: Vibhuti Yog
- The Seven Chief Saints, the Elders Four, the Lordly Manus set
- And Rishis, Pitris, Manus, all, by one thought of My mind;
- Thence did arise, to fill this world, the races of mankind;
- Made manifest, Divinest! Thou Thyself
- These worlds of Thine; Pervading, Immanent!
- Some portions of My Majesty, whose powers are manifold!
- Vasuki of the serpent-tribes, round Mandara entwined;
- Title: Bhagavad Gita: Chapter XI: Viswarupadarsanam
- OrThe Book of the Manifesting of the One and Manifold.
- Named Adhyatman; comprehending which,
- Gaze, then, thou Son of Pritha! I manifest for thee
- Thou canst not! nor, with human eyes, Arjuna! ever mayest!
- Out of countless mouths commanding,
- With faces manifold,
- Mangled full bloodily,
- Shining, and wonderful, and vast, majestic, manifold,
- This friendly human frame, my mind can think
- That man, Arjuna! unto Me doth wend.
- OrThe Book of the Manifesting of the One and Manifold.
- Title: Bhagavad Gita: Chapter XII: Bhaktiyog
- To reach th' Unmanifest That viewless path
- Shall scarce be trod by man bearing the flesh!
- That man I love! Who troubleth not his kind,
- That man I love! Who, dwelling quiet-eyed,[Note 25]
- That man I love! Who, fixed in faith on Me,
- That man I love! Who, unto friend and foe
- That man I love! But most of all I love
- Title: Bhagavad Gita: Chapter XIII: Kshetrakshetrajnavibhagayog
- That Truth which giveth man Amrit to drink,
- Not manifold, and yet subsisting still
- Title: Bhagavad Gita: Chapter XIV: Gunatrayavibhagayog
- When, watching life, the living man perceives
- Title: Bhagavad Gita: Chapter XV: Purushottamapraptiyog
- When, in this world of manifested life,
- Title: Bhagavad Gita: Chapter XVI: Daivasarasaupadwibhagayog
- Which spieth no man's faults; and tenderness
- Modest, and grave, with manhood nobly mixed,
- By what marks thou shouldst know the Heavenly Man,
- Of Avarice. Let a man shun those three!
- Title: Bhagavad Gita: Chapter XVII: Sraddhatrayavibhagayog
- Threefold the faith is of mankind and springs
- For like as foods are threefold for mankind
- Words causing no man woe, words ever true,
- Title: Bhagavad Gita: Chapter XVIII: Mokshasanyasayog
- What binds and what emancipates the soul:
- Good is the steadfastness whereby a man
- Stained is the steadfastness whereby a man
- The work of Brahmans, Kshatriyas, Vaisyas,
- A Brahman's virtues, Prince!
- Lays hold of perfectness! Hear how a man
- Set him by Nature's hand! Let no man leave
- Is wrapped in smoke! Only that man attains
- Any man of all mankind
- Title: Bhagavad Gita: Contents
- XI. THE MANIFESTING OF THE ONE AND MANIFOLD
- Title: Bhagavad Gita: Notes
- [Note 10]The Sanskrit has this play on the double meaning of Atman.
- [Note 16]The Sanskrit poem here rises to an elevation of style and manner which I have endeavoured to mark by change of metre.
- [Note 36]Yatayaman, food which has remained after the watches of the night. In India this would probably go bad.
- Title: Bhagavad Gita: Preface
- Brahmanic belief, blending as it does the doctrines of Kapila, Patanjali,
- and the Vedas. So lofty are many of its declarations, so sublime its
- its unknown author: Magistrorum reverentia a Brachmanis inter
- Brahmanic poem of the lessons of Galilee, and of the Syrian incarnation.
- so many superior scholars, it is in grateful recognition of the help