Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 14 - Verse 20

gunan etan atitya trin dehi deha-samudbhavan
janma-mrityu-jara-duhkhair vimukto’mritam ashnute

Translation: 

By transcending these three modes that appear within the body, one becomes liberated from the miseries of birth, death, old age and other miseries. Then one tastes the nectar of immortality.

Translation: 
Commentary: 
Bewilderment and conditioning under the modes of material nature is difficult to overcome, but it is possible when one cultivates the knowledge of Bhagavad-gita and applies oneself sincerely to the process of bhakti-yoga. The knowledge attained through the study of Bhagavad-gita enables one to transcend the modes of nature because such knowledge is in itself transcendental and free from the defects of mistakes (bhrama), illusion (pramada), cheating (vipralipsa) and false perception (karanapatava). In other words, the knowledge contained in Bhagavad-gita is perfect and complete. ...continue reading »

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