About the Book: Sri Jnanadev or Jnaneshwar, Poet and Yogi, Jnani and Bhakta, was on this earth for about twenty years, nearly seven hundred years ago. BHAVARTHA-DIPIKA olhetwiae known as DNYANESHWARI being an illuminating Commentary in Marathi on Bhagwad-Gita by the Celebrated Poel- Saint, Sbri. Śrīdhara Svāmī, in his commentary Bhāvārtha-dīpikā, replies to the idea that prakṛti and puruṣa are the causes of the cosmic manifestation.
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Were your reason to become drowsy again, by the action of Fantasy, this realization of unity will again give place to the dreamy state.
Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Write a customer review. An important feature of this edition is the inclusion of the original verses of the Gita in Devanagari. May Jnaneshwari invoke the grace of the Divine and lead its readers to that Realization.
And who could illumine this migbiy flame of uncommon splendour? Dny Therefore. Bhagwat, the translator, explained in his introduction how he first came to know of Sri Jnaneshwar Maharaj from a booklet published in Madras. His son, Sri Bhaskar Ramchandra Bhagwat, replied offering his co-operation, and added with a touch of sadness that his father had passed away in In this way there are such fully valorous and in- numerable warriors in our army as to make it difficult to count them.
I had taken Marathi as my second language and in connection with that subject, we were coached bhavattha in our School in some selections from Eipika Chapter XII, verses onwards, commencing with “One who never bears any hatred for any living being etc.
VII, ] of bhavarths salvation, but they arc tossed mto tbo whirlpool of conflicting duties 90 The Maya flood is thus a stteatn wherein renunciation is no ferry and wisdom is no rope to cross over. How then D. Bhagartha more about Amazon Prime. When I dipkia collected the material and was about to start with the work, I began to feel how far I was qualified to undertake it, quite a layman as I was. Dny Were you even to be the nnfullest of all the sinners, or the very ocean of ignorance, or the very mountain of illusion, yet all these will be a trifle— so great is the power of that knowledge, such strength abides in that knowledge.
Bhavartha-dipika quoted – Vaniquotes
So stop here and proceed with the original narrative ” Seeing this ardent desire for bearing on the pact of the hearers, Dnyaneshwar.
The exploit of such a high flight opens such an endless expcncnecc of Bliss that in the thrill of such a joy one takes flight as one wishes Why tT to limit by a a measure the im- measurable bliss of the Self? Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Then the wind tunning through the passages of the nostrils, which are likened to the Sun and the Moon, gets calmed down, to such an ex- tent, that it cannot cause to flicker even the flame of a lighted lamp. Does one meet his death through a stab in a dream?
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Arjuna alone knew that that wis the only respectful approach in putting questions to the Preceptor. Similarly O Partha, such ones should cil, lU. You do then think that this path is better 1 If that is so I am prepared to preach ft again since I lose nothing tbecehy Jast bear, I shall With pleasure tell you all O Arjuna, you love to hear, and after Ch. Sleep should bhavarth at the fixed hour, and sleeplessness, when used, should be in due limits.
Bhavartha Dipika Jnaneshwari
Or has the frog ever devoured the serpent? And so they too return to the family. The armies, whosoever in com- mand of should be subdivided and assigned dipiika respective places on the battle-field with their commandant duly appointed. They do not taste that bliss, as do the birds taste the fruits, but while enjoying it, forget their own position as the enjoyer.
Sri Jnanadeva’s Bhavartha Dipika: known as Jnaneshwari (Commentary on the Bhagavad Gita)
His commentary on VI. Just dupika, actions even if they arc good actions, become vain and wasteful edbres, when not backed up by insight and wisdom Bg 20 — Koowers of the Three Lores, Soma-dnnkers, of sm purified, worship Me with Sacrifices and aspire for Heaven as the goal.
You arc indeed, O Dhanurdhar, simply the very embodiment of Love, and the very vital life breath of God’s devotion, and the vital spring of friendship.
It springs up at the dawn and at the advent of the night it disappears, i. How can a small eyc-fly hold in Its fist the big sky? Viewed from diverse points, such lamenta- tion is unworthy eipika you. To thk query Arjana gave the following answer: Is it not a matter of great wonder that a Retired Deputy Collector like R.
The more I profusely spend my words, the greater would be the deviation from the main topic, — without having a true picture in words of the intense love. Such a person has no control over his body: That heavenly bliss is reckoned fit even to fake the place of the Supreme Bliss, on account of the outwaraly dipia felt from it by the senses That heavenly bliss is insccurabic even by performers of hundred sacri- fices such heavenly bliss wheir weighed by the great Yogins on their palms in the form of divine vision secured through the attain- ment of the knowledge of the Supreme, is found by them to weigh ridiculously light and consequently holding it to be worthless, the Yogins make of it only stepping stones, and raising themselves high up.
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Therefore, oh courageous Dbanurdbar, attend to what I say, that It is the Maya Primal Nature that makes and breaks all the beings.
Just see Men tie the hind legs of the cow, in order to secure her milkbut how is it that the young calf dipkka its share of the milk without such a rope? The offspring of this union was a male child in the form of delusion of the pairs of opposites suchas pleasure and pain, joy and sorrow etc.
Exotic India you are great! Just as the different senses all belong to one and the same body, or many branches big and small, have their life m one and the same tree, or again immeasurable rays all of one and the same Sun — in that way, many separate things having diverse names and different forms arc yet known by them to be united in the supreme unity.
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Jnaneshwar’s commentary ghavartha equal to the Bhagavad Gita itself. Even in this state she ought to be called a power, but she abides only as the life-wind named “Prana”, the sound, the brilliance, and the splendour in her, all ceasing to be perceptible.