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The OP is referring to, perhaps, to the following sloka from the 3rd chapter of BG. ज्यायसी चेत्कर्मणस्ते मता बुद्धिर्जनार्दन। तत्किं कर्मणि घोरे मां नियोजयसि केशव।।3.1।। Arjuna said O Janardana, if knowledge is held to be superior to action by You, then why do You engage me in action that is terrible, O Kesava ? The following slokas are to ...


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Kunti exposed this truth to pandavas in Stri parva:26. That hero and great bowman, that leader of leaders of car-divisions, that warrior distinguished by every mark of heroism, who hath been slain by Arjuna in battle, that warrior whom, ye sons of Pandu, ye took forth, Suta’s child born of Radha, that hero who shone in the midst of his forces like the ...


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The Viṣṇu Purāṇa itself gives the reason: But this jewel, to be of advantage to the whole kingdom, should be taken charge of by a person who leads a life of perpetual continence: if worn by an impure individual, it will be the cause of his death. Now as I have sixteen thousand wives, I am not qualified to have the care of it. It is not likely that ...


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The answer depends on what Arjuna himself thought of Krishna's teaching given in the Gita. Arjuna in fact asked Krishna to again lecture his Gita teachings after the end of the war. Krishna was annoyed with Arjuna and gave a summary of the Gita teachings which is known as Anu Gita. Having been thus addressed, the greatly energetic Krishna, supreme ...


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The embryo was moved from Devaki's womb into the womb of Rohini and thus 7th child Balarama was born from Rohini. The six children's details are mentioned in Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam (Bhāgavata Purāṇa) » Skandha 10: CHAPTER EIGHTY-FIVE: Text 47: The Supreme Lord said: During the age of the first Manu, the sage Marīci had six sons by his wife Ūrnā. They were all ...


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