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Bhagavad Gita Chapter 15 Verse 5

भगवद् गीता अध्याय 15 श्लोक 5

निर्मानमोहा जितसङ्गदोषा
अध्यात्मनित्या विनिवृत्तकामाः।
द्वन्द्वैर्विमुक्ताः सुखदुःखसंज्ञै
र्गच्छन्त्यमूढाः पदमव्ययं तत्।।15.5।।

English Translation - Swami Gambirananda

15.5 The wise ones who are free from pride and non-discrimination, who have conered the evil of association, [Hatred and love arising from association with foes and friends.] who are ever devoted to spirituality, completely free from desires, free from the dualities called happiness and sorrow, reach that undecaying State.

English Translation of Ramanuja's Sanskrit Commentary

15.5 Thus, when they have taken refute in Me, become free from perverse notions conerning the self, namely, become free from the delusion in the form of misconceiving the non-self (body) as the self; victorious over the evil of attachment, namely, victorious over the evil known as attachment to sense-objects consisting of the Gunas; ever devoted to self, namely completely absorbed in the knowledge of the self which is called Adhyatma or knowledge about the self; when they have turned away from desires other than this self-knowledge; when they are liberated from dualities called pleasure and pain - such undeluded souls, namely, those who are able to discern the natures of self and non-self, attain to that imperishable status. They attain the self as It is, in the form of infinite knowledge. Conseently for those who seek refuge in Me, all actions become easy of performance till perfection is attained by My grace.

Transliteration Bhagavad Gita 15.5

Nirmaanamohaa jitasangadoshaaAdhyaatmanityaa vinivrittakaamaah; Dwandwairvimuktaah sukhaduhkhasamjnairGacchantyamoodhaah padamavyayam tat.

Word Meanings Bhagavad Gita 15.5

niḥ—free from; māna—vanity; mohāḥ—delusion; jita—having overcome; saṅga—attachment; doṣhāḥ—evils; adhyātma-nityāḥ—dwelling constantly in the self and God; vinivṛitta—freed from; kāmāḥ—desire to enjoy senses; dvandvaiḥ—from the dualities; vimuktāḥ—liberated; sukha-duḥkha—pleasure and pain; saṁjñaiḥ—known as; gachchhanti—attain; amūḍhāḥ—unbewildered; padam—Abode; avyayam—eternal; tat—that