The Poem of Unity..

Aa manav kyu lad raha hai..
kahke tu mera bhakth hai..
Jabki maine hai seekhaya tujhe ek parampara ki reet hai..

Hai agar croud dil mai..
To padh zara mere slokh ko

śhamo damas tapaḥ śhauchaṁ kṣhāntir ārjavam eva cha jñānaṁ vijñānam āstikyaṁ brahma-karma svabhāva-jam (18:42) Ki reeet ko

The natural duties of the Brahmanas are the control of the internal and external organs, austerity, purity, forgiveness, straightforwardness, knowledge as also wisdom [Knowledge refers to the understanding of subjects presented by the scriptures; wisdom means making them matters of one’s own experience.] and faith. (18:42)

Aaj mai dekh raha hun mera muh bole bakth ko, Sochta hai pavitra hai rakhke apne ander āsurāḥ ke guun ko..

pravṛittiṁ cha nivṛittiṁ cha janā na vidur āsurāḥ na śhauchaṁ nāpi chāchāro na satyaṁ teṣhu vidyate (16:7)

Neither do the demoniacal persons under-stand what is to be done and what is not to be done; nor does purity, or even good conduct or truthfulness exist in them. (16:7)

Pavitra tha ye desh hamara,
Aaj bhi Pavitra hai…
Bus soch jo uch thi..
Aaj wo neech hai..

Socha tha giyan dekar banaenge bharat ko Mahan..
Magar ye bhi wastav mai likha tha, ke bick jaegi aatma dhan dawlat ko deke samman

etāṁ dṛiṣhṭim avaṣhṭabhya naṣhṭātmāno ’lpa-buddhayaḥ prabhavanty ugra-karmāṇaḥ kṣhayāya jagato ’hitāḥ (16:9)

Holding on to this view, (these people) who are of depraved character, of poor intellect, given to fearful actions and harmful, wax strong for the ruin of the world. (16:9)

Magar yaad rakhna meri ye baat ko

yasmān nodvijate loko lokān nodvijate cha yaḥ harṣhāmarṣha-bhayodvegair mukto yaḥ sa cha me priyaḥ (12:15)

He, too, owing to whom the world is not disturbed, and who is not disturbed by the world, who is free from joy, impatience, fear and anxiety, is dear to Me. (12:15)

Ho agar tum bhakt mere to padte kyu nahi shlok meri gita ke.

Chahe phir wo hindu ho, ya ho sikh, eesaee, ya musalman, hai meri shiksha ye ki samman do ek dusre ko.. Samman do ek dusre ko….!

Reference: Bhagvat Gita

Written by: A True Indian

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