I am the power of rulers, the statesmanship of the seekers of victory.
Success in work comes quickly in this human world.
No one is even equal to You in the three worlds how can there be one greater than You O Being of Incomparable Glory.
Wherever is Krishna, the lord of yoga and wherever is Arjuna, the archer there will be everlasting prosperity, victory, happiness, and morality. This is my conviction.
The mind is restless, turbulent, obstinate, and very strong. To subdue it is more difficult than controlling the wind, but it is possible by constant practice and attachment. He who strives by right means is assured of success.
The soul who meditates on the self is content to serve the self and rests satisfied within the self there remains nothing more for him to accomplish.
Valor, glory, firmness, skill, generosity, steadiness in battle and ability to rule - these constitute the duty of a soldier. They flow from his own nature.
O Krishna, I have heard from You in detail about the origin and dissolution of beings, and Your imperishable glory.
Whatever is endowed with glory, brilliance, and power know that to be a manifestation of a fraction of My splendor.
But, you are not able to see Me with your physical eye therefore, I give you the divine eye to see My majestic power and glory.
Wherever there is Krishna, the lord of yoga, and Arjuna, the archer, I think, there will surely be, victory, welfare and morality.
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