Chapter IV Sloka 42
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iDÅvEn< s<zy< yaegmaitóaeiÄó -art.
` tTsidit ïImdœ -gvÌItasUpin;Tsu
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}ankmRs<Nyasyaegae nam ctuwaeR=Xyay>.
h®tsthaÕ jñ˜n˜sin˜tmana× |
chittvainaÕ saÕþayaÕ yogam
˜tiÿ÷hottiÿ÷ha bh˜rata ( 4|42)||
om tatsaditi þrŸmad bhagavadgŸt˜s¨paniÿatsu
brahmavidy˜y˜Õ yogaþ˜stre þrŸk®ÿõ˜rjunasaÕv˜de
jñ˜nakarmasanny˜sayogo n˜ma caturtho'dhy˜ya×
Therefore, with the sword of the knowledge (of the Self),
cut asunder the doubt of the self
born of ignorance and residing in thy heart,
and take refuge in Yoga. Arise, O Arjuna.
Commentary: Doubt causes a great deal of mental torment.
It is most sinful. It is born of ignorance. Kill it ruthlessly with the
knowledge of the Self. Now stand up and fight, O Arjuna.
(This chapter is known by the names: Jnana Yoga, Abhyasa Yoga and Jnana-karma-sannyasa Yoga also.)
Thus in the Upanishads of the glorious Bhagavad Gita, the science of the Eternal, the scripture of Yoga, the dialogue between Sri Krishna and Arjuna, ends the fourth discourse entitled:
"The Yoga of Renunciation of Action in Knowledge."