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Song Name: Anasrita Karma Phal Sei Mukhya Hay
Official Name: Chapter 6
Author: A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami
Book Name: Gitar Gan
anasrita karma-phal sei mukhya hay
taha vina sannyasi ki yogi kichu nay
karma-tyag nahe mukhya karma-phal tyag
daihik cesta se tyag nahe ta' samyak
tai se sannyasi yogi saman ye kram
karma-phal tyag vina dui sei bhram
asmnyasta sankalpa vina nahe yogi
vahye matra kriyahin antare se bhogi
sab yog hay siddha karma se karan
aruruksa muni sei suna vivaran
yogete arudha sei samata karan
sadhaker krama pantha yoganusaran
indriyartha yada karma acarita nay
sarva sankalpa-sunya sannyasi se hay
yogarudha se avastha sastrera nirnay
se avastha mukta path karaha asray
anasakta visayete yatha karma drdha
samsara se kup hate nija atma kada
atmake uddhar kara atmara ucit
atmake nahi kabhu kara abasad
atmai atmar bandhu atmai se ripu
atmara satru ye hay hiranyakasipu
ye jan jinila nija man atmajita
se man ye bandhu taha sastrete kathita
ajita ye man sei man nija satru
apakari hay sada viruddha vipaksa
prasanta ye man sei sarvadai jita
atmajita man paramatma samahita
grisma sit yata duhkha man apaman
jita man yar tar sakali saman
nija trpta sei man jnan vijnanete
kutastha vijitendriya nijera karyete
sama lostra svarna yar yukta hay yogi
sakala avasthate ye sarvadai tyagi
suhrd mitra nispaksa bandhu kimba ari
sakaler prati yini sama bhuddhi kari
madhyastha kimba sadhu ye papiyasi hay
sakaler prati samya sresthata prapay
ye yogi satata thaki ekaki nirjane
nirasi aparigraha cittera yatane
samadhistha haye thake adhika samay
vairagi tahar man vasibhuta hay
pavitra sthanete basi nijasan upare
celajin vastra asanadi paropare
ati ucce nahi base ati nice nahe
sthir man haye eva yogabhyase rahe
ekagratah man kari yata cittendriya
yogabhyas kare muni visuddha hrday
deha sir griva tin samana kariya
acala avastha dhir bhavete basiya
nasikar agra-bhag satata dekhiya
anya yata drsya-vastu kichu na dekhiya
prasantatma bhay nai brahmacari vrata
samyamita man yeva amatei rata
se bhave ye yoga sadhe niyata manas
sadatma sei yogi amrta paras
nirvan parama santi hay adhikari
phire yay mama dhame yatha lilahari
ati-bhoji anahari yoge siddha nay
ati-nidra ati-jagi suna dhananjay
yukta-bhoji vihara se yukta karma cesta
yukta nidra yukta jagi yoga parasrsta
yatatma viniyata citta atma-tusta
nisprha ye sarvakame sei yoga-pusta
yatha dip vina vayu sthir bhave thake
uttama upama sei yogira nisthake
yogira se atma-sthir yoga sadhanete
yogatmana tar nam yog abhyasete
visay bhoger uparati yogira praman
niruddha se yog-seva siddhira nidhan
atmaram yada tusta atmar darsane
siddha sei yogi hay yogera sadhane
satya ye sukh taha indriyatita
yev sei nahi jane asthira tattvatah
ye sukh haile labh sarva-labh hay
anya sab yata labh kichu kamya nay
yahate haile sthita guru duhkhe ati
asthira na hay thake atala vicyuti
yog sadhi se avastha yadi labhya hay
astanga yoger siddhi tahare kahay
utsaha dhairya ar nilaya atmika
yog-siddhi lagi chadi nirveda prapika
sankalpa samasta dvara na haye kincit
man dvara indriyake kariya vijit
krame krame uparam visaya bhogete
atmasthita man kari virama cintate
asthira cancal man yatha yatha dhay
cesta kari sei man vasete rakhay
atmara vasete man sadai rakhibe
cancal svabhava tar sodhana karibe
prasanta haile man sukh uttam yogir
santa hay rajogun nispap sarir
nispapa haile sei sattva gune sthita
brahma-bhuta nam tar suddha samahita
vidhauta samasta pap yogi akalmasa
sukhe brahma samsparsa se kramasa kramasa
brahma sukhe magna hay se yogi takhana
prakrta gunadi tyaji brahma anubhava
brahma sparsa kiva hay kemane ta jani
sarva-bhuta brahme darsan sarva brahma jani
sarvatra saman drsti yog-yukta atma
samadhistha sei yogi dekhe paramatma
se dekhe amare sab stavara jangame
anya drsti nahi tar nirguna sangame
se hay amar premi ami hai tar
nirasa sukna tarka nahe vyavahar
sarva-bhuta-sthita dekhe sarvatra amare
bhajane asthita haye sevaye se more
se yogi nikhila bhave sarvatra thakiya
amate vasaye nitya amare bhajiya
vasudha kutumba tar keha nahe par
prakrta vicara nai svpar apar
nija sukha nija duhkha anyete vyavahar
sei se samanadarsi sarvatra pracar
apani ye yoga varta kahilen amare
he madhusudan! taha na sambhave more
mor mana cancala se asthira se mati
ataeva bujhi ami asambhava gati
he krsna jana na kiva pramathi manere
ati balavana sei saba panda kare
tahara nigraha mani ati suduskara
vayu rodha yatha hay atyanta prakhara
asamsaya sei katha tumi ya kahile
atyanta kathina sei manera cancale
kintu yadi kare cesta sunaha kaunteya
vairagya sadhane tabe hay karya sreya
asamyata mana yar yog se duskar
sei se amara mat bujaha bistar
atma-vasi cesta kari ye kare upay
tahara se karya siddhi janaha niscay
cesta kariyao yadi siddha nahi hay
he krsna! bala tar ki ache upay
sadhyamata cesta kari vicalita hay
aprapya se yoga-siddhi tahara niscay
ubhaya bhrasta chinnabhra mato sarvanas
vimudha brahmera pathe kiva tar as
mahavaho! e samsaya karaha chedan
ghucao apani sei manera vedan
tumi krsna se svayam sab kichu jana
tumi vina chetta kiva ache ar ana
he partha! sunaha tumi se rup tahar
ek-janme nahe siddha vipatti apar
tahar-o nahi nas iha va amutra
kalyana karya ye sei vijaya sarvatra
yadiva haila bhrasta yogera sadhane
tathapi se pay sei yaha punyavane
uttama brahmana dhani vanikera ghare
yogabhrasta janma lay vidhira vicare
athava yogira kule tar janma hay
durlabha se saba janma kiva tar bhay
se sab durlabha janma yadi keha pay
tarpar sanga dose yadi na bhramay
buddhira samyoge purva dehe ye sadhila
he kurunandana jana sei niscay-i bujhila
tabe buddhiman kare punah yoger sadhan
drdha cesta kari yogi punah siddha han
svabhavik bhave sei icchara udyam
akrsta haiya kare se karye udyam
jijnasu yadi va hay yogera visay
tathapi se karmakanda atita taray
yatna-matra kari yogi karya siddhi kare
janma-janmantare siddha bhavarnava tare
tapasvi se yata ache,saba-nimna yogi kache,
jnani nahe tar samatulya
karmira ki katha ar, kothay tulana tar,
he arjun! yogi hao yogya
yata yogi prakara se sastrete nirnay
tar madhye mad-gata-pran yeva keha hay
sabara se srestha yogi janiha niscay
sraddhavan yadi sei amare bhajay
bhaktivedanta kahe sri-gitara gan
sune yadi suddha bhakta krsnagata-pran
1) The Blessed Lord said: One who is unattached to the fruits of his work and who works as he is obligated is in the renounced order of life, and he is the true mystic: not he who lights no fire and performs no work.
2) What is called renunciation is the same as yoga, or linking oneself with the Supreme, for no one can become a yogi unless he renounces the desire for sense gratification.
3) For one who is a neophyte in the eightfold yoga system, work is said to be the means; and for one who has already attained to yoga, cessation of all material activities is said to be the means.
4) A person is said to be have attained to yoga when, having renounced all material desires, he neither acts for sense gratification nor engages in fruitive activities.
5) A man must elevate himself by his own mind, not degrade himself. The mind is the friend of the conditioned soul, and his enemy as well.
6) For him who has conquered the mind, the mind is the best of friends; but for one who has failed to do so, his very mind will be the greatest enemy.
7) For one who has conquered the mind, the Supersoul is already reached, for he has attained tranquility. To such a man happiness and distress, heat and cold, honor and dishonor are all the same.
8) A person is said to be established in self-realization and is called a yogi [or mystic] when he is fully satisfied by virtue of acquired knowledge and realization. Such a person is situated in transcendence and is self-controlled. He sees everything--whether it be pebbles, stones or gold--as the same.
9) A person is said to be still further advanced when he regards all--the honest well-wisher, friends and enemies, the envious, the pious, the sinner and those who are indifferent and impartial--with an equal mind.
10) A transcendentalist should always try to concentrate his mind on the Supreme Self; he should live alone in a secluded place and should always carefully control his mind. He should be free from desires and feelings of possessiveness.
11-12) To practice yoga, one should go to a secluded place and should lay kusa-grass on the ground and then cover it with a deerskin and a soft cloth. The seat should neither be too high nor too low and should be situated in a sacred place. The yogi should then sit on it very firmly and should practice yoga by controlling the mind and the senses, purifying the heart and fixing the mind on one point.
13-14) One should hold one's body, neck and head erect in a straight line and stare steadily at the tip of the nose. Thus, with an unagitated, subdued mind, devoid of fear, completely free from sex life, one should meditate upon Me within the heart and make Me the ultimate goal of life.
15) Thus practicing control of the body, mind and activities, the mystic transcendentalist attains to the kingdom of God [or the abode of Krsna] by cessation of material existence.
16) There is no possibility of one's becoming a yogi, O Arjuna, if one eats too much, or eats too little, sleeps too much or does not sleep enough.
17) He who is temperate in his habits of eating, sleeping, working and recreation can mitigate all material pains by practicing the yoga system.
18) When the yogi, by practice of yoga, disciplines his mental activities and becomes situated in Transcendence--devoid of all material desires--he is said to have attained yoga.
19) As a lamp in a windless place does not waver, so the transcendentalist, whose mind is controlled, remains always steady in his meditation on the transcendent Self.
20-23) The stage of perfection is called trance, or samadhi, when one's mind is completely restrained from material mental activities by practice of yoga. This is characterized by one's ability to see the self by the pure mind and to relish and rejoice in the self. In that joyous state, one is situated in boundless transcendental happiness and enjoys himself through transcendental senses. Established thus, one never departs from the truth and upon gaining this he thinks there is no greater gain. Being situated in such a position, one is never shaken, even in the midst of greatest difficulty. This indeed is actual freedom from all miseries arising from material contact.
24) One should engage oneself in the practice of yoga with undeviating determination and faith. One should abandon, without exception, all material desires born of false ego and thus control all the senses on all sides by the mind.
25) Gradually, step by step, with full conviction, one should become situated in trance by means of intelligence, and thus the mind should be fixed on the Self alone and should think of nothing else.
26) From whatever and wherever the mind wanders due to its flickering and unsteady nature, one must certainly withdraw it and bring it back under the control of the Self.
27) The yogi whose mind is fixed on Me verily attains the highest happiness. By virtue of his identity with Brahman, he is liberated; his mind is peaceful, his passions are quieted, and he is freed from sin.
28) Steady in the Self, being freed from all material contamination, the yogi achieves the highest perfectional stage of happiness in touch with the Supreme Consciousness.
29) A true yogi observes Me in all beings, and also sees every being in Me. Indeed, the self-realized man sees Me everywhere.
30) For one who sees Me everywhere and sees everything in Me, I am never lost, nor is he ever lost to Me.
31) The yogi who knows that I and the Supersoul within all creatures are one worships Me and remains always in Me in all circumstances.
32) He is a perfect yogi who, by comparison to his own self, sees the true equality of all beings, both in their happiness and distress, O Arjuna!
33) Arjuna said: O Madhusudana, the system of yoga which You have summarized appears impractical and unendurable to me, for the mind is restless and unsteady.
34) For the mind is restless, turbulent, obstinate and very strong, O Krsna, and to subdue it is, it seems to me, more difficult than controlling the wind.
35) The Blessed Lord said: O mighty-armed son of Kunti, it is undoubtedly very difficult to curb the restless mind, but it is possible by constant practice and by detachment.
36) For one whose mind is unbridled, self-realization is difficult work. But he whose mind is controlled and who strives by right means is assured of success. That is My opinion.
37) Arjuna said: What is the destination of the man of faith who does not persevere, who in the beginning takes to the process of self-realization but who later desists due to worldly-mindedness and thus does not attain perfection in mysticism?
38) O mighty-armed Krsna, does not such a man, being deviated from the path of Transcendence, perish like a riven cloud, with no position in any sphere?
39) This is my doubt, O Krsna, and I ask You to dispel it completely. But for Yourself, no one is to be found who can destroy this doubt.
40) The Blessed Lord said: Son of Prtha, a transcendentalist engaged in auspicious activities does not meet with destruction either in this world or in the spiritual world; one who does good, My friend, is never overcome by evil.
41) The unsuccessful yogi, after many, many years of enjoyment on the planets of the pious living entities, is born into a family of righteous people, or into a family of rich aristocracy.
42) Or he takes his birth in a family of transcendentalists who are surely great in wisdom. Verily, such a birth is rare in this world.
43) On taking such a birth, he again revives the divine consciousness of his previous life, and he tries to make further progress in order to achieve complete success, O son of Kuru.
44) By virtue of the divine consciousness of his previous life, he automatically becomes attracted to the yogic principles--even without seeking them. Such an inquisitive transcendentalist, striving for yoga, stands always above the ritualistic principles of the scriptures.
45) But when the yogi engages himself with sincere endeavor in making further progress, being washed of all contaminations, then ultimately, after many, many births of practice, he attains the supreme goal.
46) A yogi is greater than the ascetic, greater than the empiricist and greater than the fruitive worker. Therefore, O Arjuna, in all circumstances, be a yogi.
47) And of all yogis, he who always abides in Me with great faith, worshiping Me in transcendental loving service, is most intimately united with Me in yoga and is the highest of all.
48) Thus Bhaktivedanta sings the song of Sri Gita, with the hope that hearing this, Krsna conscious pure devotees will be pleased.
This is the Bengali translation of Bhagavad-Gita Chapter 6 “Anasritah Karma Phalam Karyam.”
UPDATED: February 6, 2011