Geeta Updesh Krishna to Arjun: Geeta, which is considered the most sacred book in Hindu religion, tells about four such desires, due to which a person can be ruined. Let us know about these four wishes.
Geeta Updesh Krishna to Arjun: A person’s desire never ends. In such a situation, if a person desires to take a share of his hard work from others, it can lead to his ruin. In fact, in Geeta, Lord Shri Krishna had also warned that if a person desires these four things, it can lead to his ruin.
Shrimad Bhagwat Geeta is considered one of the most sacred books in Hinduism. According to this book, if a person wishes for these four things then his troubles will increase in life. Let us understand this verse given in Geeta and its meaning in detail.
Parang Paradravyang Tathaiva Cha Pratigraham
Parstring Parnindang Cha Manasa Opi Bivarjayat
meaning of verse
One should never desire to eat someone else’s food, someone else’s money, someone else’s gift, someone else’s wife or criticize others.
Do not snatch food from others
Relying on your earnings, never consider yourself as having any right on the food of others. Because someone has bought it with his hard work.
Do not keep an eye on other’s property
If a person has fraudulently embezzled someone’s money, he may have to lose more than he got in return. Like in case of any illness or other expenses.
Don’t consider someone else’s donation as your own.
Never donate someone else’s earnings in your name. Due to this, the person will never get the virtue of charity because it was someone else’s earning.
thinking about another woman
Lust for another woman is a sexual sin. Try to control your mind and emotions. Doing this will not spoil the person’s image.
do not condemn
You should never criticize yourself. By doing this you will lose yourself. Actually, criticism is not good for anyone, it has only caused harm. Also, no one ever trusts those who criticize.
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