To My Blog Readers

नासतो विद्यते भावो नाभावो विद्यते सतः। every day we see that…. some of us may have tried actually finding the meaning of it; may be, at least now… 🙂

In my own usual way I would have said… have you read the next line?? I give you here उभयोरपि दृष्टोऽन्तस्त्वनयोस्तत्त्वदर्शिभिः।।2.16।। but what does the second line mean?? It means as they say… the whole sloka means…[1]

That which is not, shall never be; that which is, shall never cease to be. To the wise, these truths are self-evident……

To the wise, these truths are self-evident……

I think this is not the correct meaning of second sloka….let’s see Hindi translation from the same link….BTW it’s a very good Geeta link by IIT…

Hindi Translation By Swami Ramsukhdas

।।2.16।।(टिप्पणी प0 55) असत्का तो भाव (सत्ता) विद्यमान नहीं है और सत्का अभाव विद्यमान नहीं है तत्त्वदर्शी महापुरुषोंने इन दोनोंका ही अन्त अर्थात् तत्त्व देखा है।

Hindi Translation By Swami Tejomayananda

।।2.16।। असत् वस्तु का तो अस्तित्व नहीं है और सत् का कभी अभाव नहीं है। इस प्रकार इन दोनों का ही तत्त्व? तत्त्वदर्शी ज्ञानी पुरुषों के द्वारा देखा गया है।

बाकी लिंक में पढ़िए….

मुझे आपका ध्यान अभी इस वक़्त पहला जो दूसरा लाइन है, उसपे लाना है… उभयोरपि मतलब… “दोनोंका” दोनों हिंदी वाले में है… दोनों का… That’s why I said that that was not the correct meaning of second sloka… they said

The wise, these truths are self-evident……

Two… दोनों original text उभय… . is missing in the English one… my point is that you always must see both the side…only you (neither me) can be truth. you must see both side…

I just stop here today…[2]

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[1] https://www.gitasupersite.iitk.ac.in/srimad?language=dv&field_chapter_value=2&field_nsutra_value=16&show_mool=1&htrskd=1&httyn=1&htshg=1&scsh=1&hcchi=1&scram=1&scmad=1&scms=1&etsiva=1&etpurohit=1&etassa=1&choose=1

[2] English Translation By Swami Sivananda

2.16 The unreal hath no being; there is non-being of the real; the truth about both has been seen by the knowers of the Truth (or the seers of the Essence).

 

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