यो न हृष्यति न द्वेष्टि न शोचति न काङ्क्षति।
शुभाशुभपरित्यागी भक्ितमान्यः स मे प्रियः।।12.17।।
।।12.17।।जो न कभी हर्षित होता है? न द्वेष करता है? न शोक करता है? न कामना करता है और जो शुभअशुभ कर्मोंमें रागद्वेषका त्यागी है? वह भक्तिमान् मनुष्य मुझे प्रिय है।
12.17 Yah, he who; na hrsyati, does not rejoice on getting a coveted object; na dvesti, does not fret on getting an undesirable object; na socati, does not lament on the loss of a dear one; and na kanksati, does not hanker after an object not acired; subha-asubha-parityogi, who gives up good and bad, who is apt to give up good and bad actions; bhaktiman, who is full of devotion-he is dear to Me.
12.17 See Comment under 12.20
12.17 He who does not rejoice, i.e., that Karma Yogin, who, on obtaining things which cause joy to man, does not rejoice; who does not hate, does not hate on obtaining anything undesriable; who is not grieved by common sorrows which cause grief among men, as the loss of wife, son, fortune etc.; who does not desire anything like wife, son, fortune etc.; not already acired by him; who renounces good and evil, i.e., who renounces both merit and demerit because, like demert, merit also causes bondage, there being no difference between them in this respect - he who is like this and devoted to Me is dear to Me.
Yona hrishyati na dweshti na shochati na kaangkshati; Shubhaashubhaparityaagee bhaktimaan yah sa me priyah.
yaḥ—who; na—neither; hṛiṣhyati—rejoice; na—nor; dveṣhṭi—despair; na—neither; śhochati—lament; na—nor; kāṅkṣhati—hanker for gain; śhubha-aśhubha-parityāgī—who renounce both good and evil deeds; bhakti-mān—full of devotion; yaḥ—who; saḥ—that person; me—to Me; priyaḥ—very dear