Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 2, Verse 26

Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 2, Verse 26:

"Atha chainaṁ nitya-jātaṁ nityaṁ vā manyase mṛtam
Tathāpi tvaṁ mahā-bāho naivaṁ śhochitum-arhasi"

Translation in English:

"If, however, you think that the soul is perpetually born and always dies, still you have no reason to lament, O mighty-armed."

Meaning in Hindi:

"यदि आपको लगता है कि आत्मा सदैव जन्मती रहती है और सदैव मरती रहती है, तो भी, हे महाबाहो! आपको शोक करने के लिए कोई कारण नहीं है।"

In this verse, Lord Krishna addresses Arjuna's possible misunderstanding of the eternal nature of the soul. He tells Arjuna that even if he believes that the soul is subject to constant birth and death, he still has no reason to mourn or complain. 


 Lord Krishna admits that some may see the soul as eternal birth and always death. This perspective indicates a continuous cycle of  existence and mortality. Despite this observation, Lord Krishna assures Arjuna that there is no good reason to mourn. The purpose of this verse is to emphasize the imperishable and immortal nature of the soul. Lord Krishna reminds Arjuna and all of us that our true identity is beyond the temporary physical body. The soul is eternal and imperishable, the cycle of birth and death does not affect it. 


 Even if one believes in the eternal cycle of birth and death, this should not lead to sadness or despair. The eternal nature of the soul means that it transcends the boundaries of birth and death. It invites us to turn our attention from the temporary to the eternal, from the physical to the spiritual.  


 Lord Krishna's teaching in this verse encourages us to rise above the fear of death and embrace the realization that the soul is eternal. By recognizing the immutable and immortal nature of the soul, we can find comfort, strength and  deeper  purpose in life.  
 This verse reminds us to develop a broader perspective and move away from the ephemeral nature of the physical world. It inspires us to seek spiritual fulfillment knowing that our true nature is eternal and divine. By connecting with our eternal soul, we can navigate life's challenges with courage, wisdom, and inner peace

भारत की राजधानी दिल्ली में सबसे बड़ी मस्जिद "जामा मस्जिद" है, जिसे मुगल बादशाह शाहजहाँ ने 1656 ई. में बनवाया था।

कहा जाता है कि 5,000 कारीगरों ने शाहजहाबाद में भोजाल पहाड़ी पर मस्जिद-ए-जहाँ नुमा या जामा मस्जिद का निर्माण किया। 

राजस्थान के करौली जिले में मदनमोहन जी का, जयपुर में गोविंददेव जी और गोपीनाथ जी का मंदिर है।

कृष्ण के तीन चित्र एक ही पत्थर से बने थे मुखरविंद गोविंददेव जी, वाकस्थल गोपीनाथ जी और चरण मदनमोहन जी।

Understanding Hinduism: A Tapestry of Spirituality

1. The Essence of Hinduism: Hinduism, one of the world's oldest religions, is a vast and diverse tapestry woven with cultural, philosophical, and spiritual threads. At its core, Hinduism encompasses a rich array of beliefs, rituals, and traditions that have evolved over thousands of years. Unlike many organized religions, Hinduism is more a way of life than a rigid set of doctrines, providing individuals with the flexibility to explore and interpret their spiritual journey uniquely.

बुधनिलकांठा मंदिर, नेपाल के बुधनिलकांठा में स्थित

बुधनिलकांठा मंदिर, नेपाल के बुधनिलकांठा में स्थित, भगवान महाविष्णु को समर्पित एक हिंदू खुला मंदिर है। बुधनीलकांठा मंदिर भी है नारायणथान मंदिर के रूप में जाना जाता है, और भगवान महाविष्णु की एक बड़ी झुकी हुई मूर्ति द्वारा पहचाना जा सकता है।