Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 18 - Verse 17

yasya nahankrito bhavo buddhir yasya na lipyate
hatva’pi sa imal-lokan na hanti na nibadhyate

Translation: 

Those who have no false ego and whose minds are detached – even if they kill everyone on this battlefield, they actually do not kill and are not bound by their actions.

Translation: 
Commentary: 
Arjuna is a kshatriya, a warrior, and he stands with Shri Krishna on the battlefield of Kurukshetra between two great armies. Seeing friends and well-wishers on both sides, Arjuna initially resolved not to fight, but to throw down his weapons and renounce his duty. Shri Krishna herein brings our attention back to the battlefield when He says, hatva’pi sa imal-lokan na hanti na nibadhyate – he who kills does not actually kill and does not incur any reaction. ...continue reading »

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