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Song Name: Abara Parama Jnana Baliba Tomare

Official Name: Chapter 14

Author: A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

Book Name: Gitar Gan

Language: Bengali

 

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LYRICS:

(1)

sri-bhagavan kahilen:

abara parama jnana baliba tomare

jnana-carca yata ache uttama sabare

ye jnanete muni jnani haiya sarvata

purva itihas chila siddhi parangata

 

(2)

ei jnana labha kari nirguna jnanete

avasthita hay loka nirguna amate

tahar na hay janma punah srstira samay

kimba duhkha nai tar yakhana pralay

 

(3)

jagater matr-yoni jada mahat-tattva

sei brahme garbhadhan kari se mahattva

he bharat tai janme sarva-bhuta yata

jagater bhuta srsti hay sei mata

 

(4)

ataev sarva-yoni yata murti dhare

he kounteya jana taha amara adhare

brahma mahat-tattva hay sabara janani

ami vija-prada pita jagata sarani

 

(5)

sattva, raj, tama gun prakrti-sambhava

trigunete vaddha jiv haye yay saba

ei deha se vandhana nigudha akar

jiva avyaya se vaddha ye prakar

 

(6)

tar madhye sattva-gun nirmala adha

papa-sunya prakasaka tattva se atmar

jnana-carca kari sattve bandhana tahar

sei suddha sanga mane srestha camatkar

 

(7)

rajo-gun trsna-may sudhu bhog cay

ajivan karma kari kare hay hay

karma kare yata pare baddha tahe hay

asambhava karma cesta sukhe duhkhe ray

 

(8)

tamo se ajnana-rupa nigudha bandhan

pramada alasya nidra tahara mohan

 

(9)

sattva-guna sukhe bnadhe rajo-guna kaje

tamo-guna pramadete bandhane viraje

 

(10)

rajo-guna parajaye sattvera pradhanya

sattva-tama parajaye raja hay ganya

raj sattva parajaye tamera pradhanya

sei se paryaya hay gunera samanya

 

(11)

jnanera prabhave yada sarire prakas

sakal indriya-dvare sattva-gunera vikas

 

(12)

lok-puja pratisthadi karmera akanksa

rajo-gune vrddhi hay nahi anyapeksa

 

(13)

aprakas apravrtti moha tamor laksan

vividha gunera karya he kuru-nandan

 

(14)

pravrddha ye sattva-gune dehera pralay

nispapa uttama lok tnar prapti hay

 

(15)

pravrtta se rajo-gune dehera nirvan

karmira sangete hay tar anusthan

pravrddha ye tamo-gune sarira chaday

mudha pasu-yoni madhye tar janma hay

 

(16)

sukrta sattvika karma phala se nirmal

rajasika karme hay duhkhai praval

tamasika karma yata hay acetan

ajnanata phal sei pasute ganan

 

(17)

sattva-gune jnana-labha rajo-gune lobh

tamo-gune moha labh pramada viksobh

 

(18)

satyalokavadhi lok yay sattva-gune

rajo-gun dvara naraloke avasthan

tamo-gune adhahpat narake gaman

vividha gunera sei phal nirupan

 

(19)

gun bhinna anya karta nahi tribhuvane

suksma darsana yar guna nirupane

gunatita mor bhakti amara se bhav

svarupete suddha jiv prapta se svabhav

 

(20)

gunatita hate dehi gunadeha chade

janma-mrtyu jara-duhkha bnadhe na tnahare

 

(21)

arjun kahilen:

ki laksan kaha prabho gunatita hale

acaran kiva hay triguna jitile

 

(22-25)

sri-bhagavan kahilen:

prakasa pravrtti ar mohana ye tin

gunera prabhav sei hay bhinna bhin

tahate ye dvesakanksa chadila jivane

gunatit hay sei bujha tribhuvane

guna-karye udasin mato ye asin

bicalita nahe tahe pravrddha pravin

anasakta guna karye yeva hay dhir

sama duhkha sukha svasthah lostra svarna sthir

tulya priya-priya tar tulya nindastuti

tulya man apaman satru mitra ati

bhog tyagadite nahe se asakta

gunatit hay sei nirgunete yukta

 

(26)

triguner atikrame ye karya karay

sei se amara bhakti janaha niscay

ye avyabhicari bhakti amate karay

jada gun atikrame brahma-bhuta hay

 

(27)

brahmera pratistha ami amrta sasvata

ananda ye sanatana amate nihita

amar asraye sei sakala sulabha

ataev-mor bhakti hay sudurlabha

 

(28)

bhaktivedanta kahe sri-gitara gan

sune yadi suddha bhakta krsnagata-pran

 

TRANSLATION

1) The Blessed Lord said: Again I shall declare to you this supreme wisdom, the best of all knowledge, knowing which all the sages have attained the supreme perfection.

 

2) By becoming fixed in this knowledge, one can attain to the transcendental nature, which is like My own nature. Thus established, one is not born at the time of creation nor disturbed at the time of dissolution.

 

3) The total material substance, called Brahman, is the source of birth, and it is that Brahman that I impregnate, making possible the births of all living beings, O son of Bharata.

 

4) It should be understood that all species of life, O son of Kunti, are made possible by birth in this material nature, and that I am the seed-giving father.

 

5) Material nature consists of the three modes--goodness, passion and ignorance. When the living entity comes in contact with nature, he becomes conditioned by these modes.

 

6) O sinless one, the mode of goodness being purer than the others, is illuminating, and it frees one from all sinful reactions. Those situated in that mode develop knowledge, but they become conditioned by the concept of happiness.

 

7) The mode of passion is born of unlimited desires and longings, O son of Kunti, and because of this one is bound to material fruitive activities.

 

8) O son of Bharata, the mode of ignorance causes the delusion of all living entities. The result of this mode is madness, indolence and sleep, which bind the conditioned soul.

 

9) The mode of goodness conditions one to happiness, passion conditions him to the fruits of action, and ignorance to madness.

 

10) Sometimes the mode of passion becomes prominent, defeating the mode of goodness, O son of Bharata. And sometimes the mode of goodness defeats passion, and at other times the mode of ignorance defeats goodness and passion. In this way there is always competition for supremacy.

 

11) The manifestations of the mode of goodness can be experienced when all the gates of the body are illuminated by knowledge.

 

12) O chief of the Bharatas, when there is an increase in the mode of passion, the symptoms of great attachment, uncontrollable desire, hankering, and intense endeavor develop.

 

13) O son of Kuru, when there is an increase in the mode of ignorance, madness, illusion, inertia and darkness are manifested.

 

14) When one dies in the mode of goodness, he attains to the pure higher planets.

 

15) When one dies in the mode of passion, he takes birth among those engaged in fruitive activities; and when he dies in the mode of ignorance, he takes birth in the animal kingdom.

 

16) By acting in the mode of goodness, one becomes purified. Works done in the mode of passion result in distress, and actions performed in the mode of ignorance result in foolishness.

 

17) From the mode of goodness, real knowledge develops; from the mode of passion, greed develops; and from the mode of ignorance, foolishness, madness and illusion develop.

 

18) Those situated in the mode of goodness gradually go upward to the higher planets; those in the mode of passion live on the earthly planets; and those in the mode of ignorance go down to the hellish worlds.

 

19) When you see that there is nothing beyond these modes of nature in all activities and that the Supreme Lord is transcendental to all these modes, then you can know My spiritual nature.

 

20) When the embodied being is able to transcend these three modes, he can become free from birth, death, old age and their distresses and can enjoy nectar even in this life.

 

21) Arjuna inquired: O my Lord, by what symptoms is one known who is transcendental to those modes? What is his behavior? And how does he transcend the modes of nature?

 

22-25) The Blessed Lord said: He who does not hate illumination, attachment and delusion when they are present, nor longs for them when they disappear; who is seated like one unconcerned, being situated beyond these material reactions of the modes of nature, who remains firm, knowing that the modes alone are active; who regards alike pleasure and pain, and looks on a clod, a stone and a piece of gold with an equal eye; who is wise and holds praise and blame to be the same; who is unchanged in honor and dishonor, who treats friend and foe alike, who has abandoned all fruitive undertakings--such a man is said to have transcended the modes of nature.

 

26) One who engages in full devotional service, who does not fall down in any circumstance, at once transcends the modes of material nature and thus comes to the level of Brahman.

 

27) And I am the basis of the impersonal Brahman, which is the constitutional position of ultimate happiness, and which is immortal, imperishable and eternal.

 

28) Thus Bhaktivedanta sings the song of Sri Gita, with the hope that hearing this, Krsna conscious pure devotees will be pleased.

 

REMARKS/EXTRA INFORMATION:

This is the Bengali translation of Bhagavad-Gita Chapter 14 Param Bhuyah Pravaksyami.

 

UPDATED: October 8, 2015