Srimad Bhagavadgita Sadhaka Sanjivani -Swami Ramsukhdas Chapter 18 This article is currently under construction. Please come back soon. References Related Articles Srimad Bhagavadgita Sadhaka Sanjivani -Swami Ramsukhdas Verse No. Topic Page No. First Chapter 1-11 Description of the names of the chief great-charioteers of the Pandava and the Kaurava army 1 12-19 Description of the sound of conch of the two armies 16 20-27 Survey of the army by Arjuna 28 28-47 Arjuna is filled with deep sorrow and unmanliness; he recounts the evil consequences of the destruction of the race and family traditions and Sanjaya describes Arjuna's condition that he is overwhelmed with grief 40 Metres used in the first chapter 51 Second Chapter 1-10 Sanjaya describes the dialogue between Lord Krsna and Arjuna mentioning Arjuna's sorrow and unmanliness 52 11-30 Description of Samkhya Yoga (Discipline of Knowledge) 68 31-38 Propriety of fighting a righteous war for a Ksatriya (member of the warrior class) 118 39-5 Description of the Discipline of Action 129 54-72 Description of the marks etc., of the stable in mind 159 Metres used in second chapter 192 Third Chapter 1-8 Necessity of the performance of duty, being free from attachment from the view-point of the Discipline of Knowledge and Action 193 9-19 Necessity of the performance of duty for the sake of sacrifice and for maintaining the tradition of the cycle of creation 213 20-29 Necessity of the performance of duty to set examples for others 242 30-35 Inspiration for the performance of one's own duty, being free from attachment and aversion 262 36-43 Inspiration to kill desire, the root of sins 287 Metres used in the third chapter 309 Fourth Chapter 1-15 Tradition of the Discipline of Action and divine character of births and actions of God 310 16-32 Description about the reality of actions and different forms of sacrifices 359 33-42 Glory of the Disciplines of Knowledge and Action and inspiration to follow them 395 Words, letters and uvaca (said) in the fourth chapter 415 Fifth Chapter 1-6 Identity of the Disciplines of Knowledge and Action and glory of the Discipline of Action 416 7-12 Description of the Disciplines of Action and Knowledge 435 13-26 The Discipline of Knowledge with its fruit 454 27-29 Description of Meditation and Devotion Words, letters and uvaca (said) in the fifth chapter 487 Metres used in the fifth chapter 492 Sixth Chapter 1-4 The Discipline of Action and marks of the man who has attained to Yoga (equanimity) 493 5-9 Inspiration for redeeming the self; and the marks of the God-realized soul 507 10-15 Description of posture and meditation on God (with attributes and form) with its fruit 524 16-23 Description of riles and meditation on God with its fruit 534 24-28 Description of meditation on God who is attributeless and formless with its fruit 554 29-3 Experience of those who meditate on God Who is endowed with attributes and Who is attributeless 566 33-36 Subject of mind-control 577 37-47 Destiny of the man who has fallen from Yoga; and glory of the man of exclusive devotion 588 Metres used in the sixth chapter 614 Seventh Chapter 1-7 The Lord promises to describe His integral being and explains that all beings are born by the union of the two—higher and lower Natures while He is the root cause of all of them 615 8-12 God's manifestations in the form of cause 648 13-19 Description of those who take refuge in God and those who don't take refuge in Him 666 20-23 Description of the worship of other gods with its fruit 711 24-30 Condemnation of those who don't know God's influence and glories and eulogy of His devotees; and description of His integral being 721 Metres used in the seventh chapter 755 Eighth Chapter 1-7 Arjuna puts seven questions, the Lord answers them and exhorts him to think of Him at all times 756 8-16 Description of worship of God Who is with attributes and formless; attributeless and formless; and with attributes and form with fruit 780 17-22 Description of the duration of cosmic day and night and the glory of God and devotion 801 23-28 Description of Bright and Dark paths and glory of the Yogi who knows them 816 Metres used in the eighth chapter 829 Ninth Chapter 1-6 Description of Vijnana (Realization) with its glory 830 7-10 Description of New Creation and Final Dissolution 855 11-15 Condemnation of those who don't know God's glory; mention of those who embrace a demoniac, devilish and deluding nature and description of the worship of those devotees who embrace the divine nature 866 16-19 Description of God's glories in the form of effect and cause 879 20-25 Worship with and without an interested motive with fruit 887 26-34 Offering of objects and actions to God, the fruit of this offering; Description of those who are eligible for devotion and description of devotion 903 Metres used in the ninth chapter 950 Tenth Chapter 1-7 Mention of the glory and Yoga of the Lord and the reward of knowing them 952 8-11 Devotion to God and its fruit; and the glory of God's grace 972 12-18 Arjuna eulogizes the Lord and prays to Him to describe His Yoga and glories 986 19-42 Description of the Lord's glories and Yoga by Him 997 Metres used in the tenth chapter 1039 Eleventh Chapter 1-8 Arjuna requests the Lord to reveal His Cosmic Form; the Lord confers divine vision on him 1041 9-14 Sanjaya describes the Cosmic Form to Dhrtarastra 1061 15-31 Arjuna beholds the Cosmic Form and eulogizes it 1070 32-35 The Lord introduces His most terrible form and orders Arjuna to fight 1100 36-46 Arjuna eulogizes the Lord in His Cosmic Form and offers prayer to Him 1110 47-50 The Lord explains that the Cosmic Form is very rare indeed and consoles Arjuna who is terrified 1129 51-55 The Lord glorifies His four-armed form and the means by which it can be seen 1139 Metres used in the eleventh chapter 1150 Twelfth Chapter 1-12 The Lord pronounces His verdict who is superior the worshippers of God with attributes or without attributes; and mentions four spiritual paths which lead to God-realization 1153 13-20 Thirty-nine marks of the devotees who have realized God 1211 Metres used in the twelfth chapter 1244 Thirteenth Chapter 1-18 Discussion of Ksetra (body), Ksetrajna (soul), knowledge and worth-knowing (God) with devotion 1247 19-34 Discussion on Nature and soul 1307 Metres used in the thirteenth chapter 1350 Fourteenth Chapter 1-4 Glory of knowledge and emanation of creation from the union of Nature and soul 1351 5-18 Description of the three modes of Nature (of goodness, of passion and of ignorance) 1360 19-27 Means of God-realization; and marks of the man who has transcended the three modes of Nature 1399 Metres used in the fourteenth chapter 1422 Fifteenth Chapter 1-6 Description of the tree of creation; and surrender the self to God, having cut asunder this tree, and the Abode of God 1424 7-11 Reality about the soul (self) and description of those who know it and those who don't know it 1457 12-15 Description of the glory of God 1492 16-20 Description of Ksara (perishable, the mundane), Aksara, the imperishable (soul) and the Supreme Soul (God) and conclusion of the chapter 1510 Metres used in the fifteenth chapter 1526 Sixteenth Chapter 1-5 Description of divine and demoniac traits with their fruits 1530 6-8 Mention of the outlook of the people who embrace the demoniac nature, having a disinclination for virtuous actions 1572 9-16 Impure conduct and ambitions with fruit of the men embracing the demoniac nature 1583 17-20 Evil nature of the people possessing a demoniac disposition and their evil effect 1602 21-24 Inspiration to act according to the ordinance of the scriptures, by being free from desire, anger and greed which are the roots of all demoniac traits 1613 Metres used in the sixteenth chapter 1623 Seventeenth Chapter 1-6 Description of three kinds of faith and the people who possess a demoniac nature 1626 7-10 Description of tastes of food of the three types of persons of the modes of goodness, passion and ignorance 1641 11-22 Three kinds of sacrifice, austerity and charity 1654 23-28 Explanation of the sacred appellations Om, Tat and Sat; and description of the 'Asap (unreal or naught) action 1684 Metres used in the seventeenth chapter 1698 Eighteenth Chapter 1-12 Description of different views on renunciation; and the Discipline of Action 1703 13-40 Description of the Discipline of Knowledge 1754 41-48 Description of the Discipline of Action with devotion 1834 49-55 Description of the Discipline of Knowledge 1877 56-66 Description of devotion to God 1898 67-78 Glory of the Gita 1978 Metres used in the eighteenth chapter 2025 Retrieved from "https://en.krishnakosh.org/w/index.php?title=Srimad_Bhagavadgita_-Ramsukhdas_435&oldid=51197"