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CNX NIFTY 6,266.75 -78.90 -1.24 %
Nifty is moving listlessly in a triangle.The breakout on either side with volumes will decide the direction.On the upper side look for a break of 6416 and on the lower side look towards 6129.
Weekly Nifty is making a lot of topping tails.Also it is moving inside the Big black candle of 13 th December/
BANK NIFTY 10,982.40 -216.60 -1.93 %
Bank Nifty as I had mentioned earlier has been moving in a Higher bottom higher top formation on the weekly charts.Only a break and close on weekly basis below 10412 and 9582 may reverse the uptrend.
My Next Post Will Be On 24 th January.
Instil The Principles Of Bhagwad Gita In Your Life Towards Path to Happiness
CHAPTER 2, SHLOKA 42
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CHAPTER 2, SHLOKA 43
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Here I had to put two shlokas together to get the correct meaning.In shloka no 42 Lord Krishna says the unwise delight in the flowery words of the vedas ( see note 1).Does he mean that one should not follow vedas.The answer is NO.First read the notes below then come back to the second para.
Here we have to take into account the Desha , Kaala, Paatra i.e Who said to Whom and When under what circumstances.Here Lord Krishna says that majority of the people only follow the “Samhita” and “Brahmanas” portion of the Vedas and get stuck there.They are only concerned about Artha ( prosperity) and Kama( enjoyment of desires) and do not go to the third and fourth stage to attain Moksha.So he says after enjoying the Artha and Kama one should fix his mind on God and attain Moksha or Liberation.Getting stuck to the first two stages will lead to heaven and after exhaustion of good karma will get rebirth.But it will not give moksha.
While the third and fourth divisions namely Aranyakas and Upanishads teach one to mentally meditate upon God and attain Liberation.
Secondly, should not one pursue Artha and Kama is the question.That is why I said we have to see that Lord Krishna is telling this to WHOM.He is telling it to Arjuna who has passed through Artha and Kama and this battle will allow him to establish Dharma.So he has got to pursue only Moksha.
So if you are a graduate from college try to attain Artha and Kama on the path of Dharma.But don’t get stuck there, try next levels as age progresses.
The Srutis are called the Vedas, or the Amnaya. The Hindus have received their religion through revelation, the Vedas. These are direct intuitional revelations and are held to be Apaurusheya or entirely superhuman, without any author in particular.
The term Veda comes from the root ‘Vid’, to know. The word Veda means knowledge.
The Vedas are the eternal truths revealed by God to the great ancient Rishis of India. The word Rishi means a Seer, from dris, to see. He is the Mantra-Drashta, seer of Mantra or thought. The thought was not his own. The Rishis saw the truths or heard them. Therefore, the Vedas are what are heard (Sruti). The Rishi did not write. He did not create it out of his mind. He was the seer of thought which existed already. He was only the spiritual discoverer of the thought. He is not the inventor of the Veda.
Vedas are divided into four divisions namely :
It is the name given to the collection of mantras or hymns and prayers in praise of Deities for attaining prosperity here and happiness hereafter. Samhita portion is considered as the principal text of a Veda. This portion is mainly meant for Brahmacharis, those who are in the first stage of their lives.
This portion of a Veda guides people in the performance of Vedic Karmas or sacrificial rituals; they are the prose explanations of the method of using the mantras in the Yajnas and other rituals. Brahmana is suitable for the householders, those belonging to the second stage of their lives or Grihasthas.
When one seeks the solitude of the forests (Aranya) for further concentration, the physical performance of Yajnas will be impracticable for various reasons more so due to old age. The Aranyaka portion is addressed to the people of that category offering a substitute for rituals. They teach methods of meditation based upon symbolical interpretations of sacrificial rites. It is a process of performing Yajnas and sacrifices at the mental level. The Aranyakas are intended for the Vanaprasthas or people who are in the third stage of their life.
The Upanishads are the concluding portions of the Vedas which discuss philosophical issues. They are the essence of the Vedas containing their knowledge aspects. This is meant for people following the fourth stage of their life or Sanyasa.