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Devanagari

Devanagari

सिद्धिं प्राप्‍तो यथा ब्रह्म तथाप्‍नोति निबोध मे ।
समासेनैव कौन्तेय निष्ठा ज्ञानस्य या परा ॥ ५० ॥

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siddhiṁ prāpto yathā brahma
tathāpnoti nibodha me
samāsenaiva kaunteya
niṣṭhā jñānasya yā parā
siddhiṁ prāpto yathā brahma
tathāpnoti nibodha me
samāsenaiva kaunteya
niṣṭhā jñānasya yā parā

Synonyms

Synonyms

siddhim — perfection; prāptaḥ — achieving; yathā — as; brahma — the Supreme; tathā — so; āpnoti — one achieves; nibodha — try to understand; me — from Me; samāsena — summarily; eva — certainly; kaunteya — O son of Kuntī; niṣṭhā — the stage; jñānasya — of knowledge; — which; parā — transcendental.

siddhim: la perfection; prāptaḥ: obtenant; yathā: comment; brahma: le Suprême; tathā: ainsi; āpnoti: on atteint; nibodha: essaie de comprendre; me: de Moi; samāsena: en résumé; eva: certes; kaunteya: ô fils de Kuntī; niṣṭhā: le stade; jñānasya: de la connaissance; yā: lequel; parā: transcendantal.

Translation

Translation

O son of Kuntī, learn from Me how one who has achieved this perfection can attain to the supreme perfectional stage, Brahman, the stage of highest knowledge, by acting in the way I shall now summarize.

Ô fils de Kuntī, apprends comment celui qui est arrivé à cette perfection peut en atteindre la phase suprême, le Brahman, en laquelle réside la plus haute connaissance, en agissant comme Je vais te l’expliquer brièvement.

Purport

Purport

The Lord describes for Arjuna how one can achieve the highest perfectional stage simply by being engaged in his occupational duty, performing that duty for the Supreme Personality of Godhead. One attains the supreme stage of Brahman simply by renouncing the result of his work for the satisfaction of the Supreme Lord. That is the process of self-realization. The actual perfection of knowledge is in attaining pure Kṛṣṇa consciousness; that is described in the following verses.

Le Seigneur explique à Arjuna comment atteindre la plus haute perfection en s’acquittant simplement de son devoir, mais en le faisant pour Dieu, la Personne Suprême. On s’élèvera au stade suprême du Brahman simplement en renonçant au fruit de ses actes dans le but de satisfaire le Seigneur Suprême. Telle est la voie de la réalisation spirituelle. La vraie perfection du savoir consiste à atteindre la pure conscience de Kṛṣṇa, point qui sera développé dans les versets suivants.