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action Almum Numen loquitur amongst Amreeta animantia animantium animo Arjoon Arjuna Asoors atque attained autem behold Bhagavat-Geeta Bharata Bhishma birth body Brahma called CANARESE creatures Deity devotion devotionis Dhritarashtra divine doctrine Draupadi Duryodhana duty ego sum ejus ENGLISH eternal etiam evil existence faith finite forsaking Geeta Godhead Goon haec Hastinapura hath haud heaven Hindoo hunc incorruptible inter invisible istud knowledge Krishna Kuntidis nate lecture Mahabharat Malayalam means ment mihi mind mortal nature neque object obtain obtaineth operibus operum opus Pandavas Parva passages passions Patanjali performed philosophy poem Pooroosh prae principles Prithae fili Purusha quae quod quoque racter Sannyas SANSCRIT scias scientia semper sensibus Sloka Soors soul spirit sunt supreme thee things tibi tion tium translation truth tunc universe unto Vasoos Vedas Veds vero Verse Vishnu whilst whole wisdom word worship XVIII Yoga Yogee Yudhishthira
Page xlvii - Hereby know we that we dwell in him, and he in us; because he hath given us of his Spirit.
Page x - It is not very long since the inhabitants of India were considered by many, as creatures scarce elevated above the degree of savage life ; nor, I fear, is that prejudice yet wholly eradicated, though surely abated. Every instance which brings their real character home to observation will impress us with a more generous sense of feeling for their natural rights, and teach us to estimate them by the measure of our own. But such instances can only be obtained in their writings : and these will survive...
Page 116 - Ne'er was the time when I was not, nor thou, nor yonder kings of earth : Hereafter, ne'er shall be the time, when one of us shall cease to be. The soul, within its mortal frame, glides on through childhood, youth, and age ; Then in another form renew'd, renews its stated course again.
Page 107 - Soodarsan, ready at the mind's call, flew down from heaven with direct and refulgent speed, beautiful, yet terrible to behold : And being arrived, glowing like the sacrificial flame, and spreading terror around...
Page 8 - It is not a thing of which a man may say, it hath been, it is about to be, or is to be hereafter ; for it is a thing without birth, it is ancient, constant, and eternal, and is not to be destroyed in this its mortal frame.
Page xliii - As God is immaterial, he is above all conception ; as he is invisible, he can have no form ; but from what we behold of his works, we may conclude that he is eternal, omnipotent, knowing all things, and present every where.
Page 88 - A man's own calling, with all its faults, ought not to be forsaken. Every undertaking is involved in its faults, as the fire in its smoke.
Page li - And lodges, where it lights, in man or beast ; Or hunts without, till ready limbs it find, And actuates those according to their kind ; From tenement to tenement is tossed ; The soul is still the same, the figure only lost...
Page 132 - Although I am not in my nature subject to birth or decay, and am the lord of all created beings; yet, having command over my own nature, I am made evident by my own power; and as often as there is a decline of virtue, and an insurrection of vice and injustice, in the world, I make myself evident ; and thus I appear, from age to age, for the preservation of the just, the destruction of the wicked, and the establishment of virtue.
The Bhagavat-Geeta or dialogues of Krishna and Arjoon : Sanscrit ...