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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Now reading’ your mind, I tell You one mote thing and you do heat it attentively. To one who has conquered his mind, and has thus all his desires ful6Ued, the Supreme Soul is neither separate from his own essential being nor far off. There lived m the village of Apegaon neat Paithan on the bank of the river Godavari one Govindpant Kulkarni He had a son by name Vithalpant, the father of Shri Dnyandev Vithalpant developed in his early age a tendency tov.
But there arc however others, that seeing the thorns of senseless ways of doubt and error, keep out the delusion of the pairs of oppo- sites.
I am the very essence of manhood in men. Has any such paradoxical thing occurred anywhere? It has an eightfold form and from this springs the entire manifold created world. A short life-sketch of Shri DnySndcv. Tfiat is the way the Yogm performs action grounded in his vision of soul according to hts own station m life and Ch. It remains only a lump of wet clay.
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 With tbe attainment if mature inteUect his mind automatically gets learned, with the result that Scriptures of all sorts emanate from fais mouth.
Rich growth of trees laden with fruit should be found to bhavarthha the spot, with roots and fruit as sweet as nectar There do flow, at every step, springs of water, watenng it, even in seasons other than the monsoon Mild rays of the sun should warm it -and cool and gentle breezes of wind bhavattha It spot cool The quiet of the place covered with thick tree growth, should not either be disturbed by beasts or birds, though It might usually be haunted by parrots and bees Swans or a couple of birds like water-ducks and even cuckoo might on occa- sions be visiting guests Though not always, jt would not matter much, if peacocks frequent the place now and then One thing, however.
To the bigoted, selBsh, short-sighted and foolish persons, the mystery of this spiritual knowledge should not be revealed: There is a great deal we could learn from them. If you conduct yourself with firm faith in your religion, be assured that you will be happy in all respects and have no trouble whatever.
It is bound to contain many flaws and drawbacks. When we ourselves live up unto Lord Krishna. It is not only to the English speaking people, wherever they may be, that the book might make an appeal, but also to all those who take interest in English expositions in the various parts of India, and these latter may well compare the book to the great works on spiritual literature in their own language.
The ega fell in love with the body ; out of that love is born the child, full of desire. But they do one bad thing Entertaining in their minds a passionate desire for Heavens, they forget the Almighty, m whom centre all the sacrificial rites Just as camphor is piled up and then set fire to ot sumptuous dishes, may be mixed up with poison ot a pitcher filled with nectar should be overturned by a kick, in the same way they debase their religious merit by harbour- ing the passion for enjoyment of the motive lying behind their per.
This same region should ba passed through until the point of profound and abstract contemplation is reached.
Full text of “Bhavartha Dipika”
In fact, Oh Acjuna. They arc the tigers, as it were, in the valley of carnal pleasures, or they arc the assasms that idpika the path of devotion to God.
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It is bound to contain many flaws and draw- backs It IS, in fact, simply an attempt at rendering and not a perfect rendering It has neither any style nor rhythm nor grace in point of language, nor has it got much value dipioa a literary point ofvicw. By what marks can he be idcntiSed? Bhavzrtha the characters on the left. Brilliant indeed IS this vision that has descended on us and makes us feel like the blind led astray, or the young mon- key made the worse by liquor!
Bhavartha Dipika Jnaneshwari
Thanks many times over! My coming into mcaroate embodied life, and returning to my Supreme abode, are mere reflections and appearances of my form felt through the sway of the Gunas of that Maya.
Also look at the matter this way.
How can a tree be destroyed only by cutting the top-most foliage, while its roots are being watered? The head gets sunken between the two raised shoulders and the eyes automatically get halfshut. There is one more secret mark of know- ing one who has reached perfection, which, O Arjuna, I tell you and you hear it Bg. I, therefore, simply carry out that suggestion in the following lines, since I see nothing unreasonable in it. But bhavrtha the constant study and practice, the nails of ascctism could -get fixed up in the over-hanging way to the restraint of the senses rc’ccrcd to, and in this way could be reached the wide region in the form ol the abstraction of the mind, along the plateau in the fbrm’6f breath.
Born on 16 AugustDpika Ramchandra Keshav Bhagwat qualified for Government service by passing the Entrance bhavadtha of the University of Bombay, but he could not proceed to Collegiate education, owing to the limited means of his parents. The Gita has been studied traditionally as a book of three parts each of six chapters. All wisdom, then shill I say, is gone to pieces. In that way, all created beings appear to be in Me as Phantasy pictures them.
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In the same way, those that have strength just enough to perform actions, should not even in a sporting manner be asked to be actionless. My first acquaintance with the A. It sucks the vitality from the nails, and twists the skin and finally reaches the bhavarthz.