Share this page on following platforms.
Download Bhagwad Gita 16.14 Download BG 16.14 as Image

⮪ BG 16.13 Bhagwad Gita Swami Sivananda BG 16.15⮫

Bhagavad Gita Chapter 16 Verse 14

भगवद् गीता अध्याय 16 श्लोक 14

असौ मया हतः शत्रुर्हनिष्ये चापरानपि।
ईश्वरोऽहमहं भोगी सिद्धोऽहं बलवान्सुखी।।16.14।।

English Translation - Swami Sivananda

16.14 That enemy has been slain by me; and others also I shall slay. I am the lord. I enjoy. I am perfect, powerful and happy.

English Commentary - Swami Sivananda

16.14 असौ that? मया by me? हतः slain? शत्रुः enemy? हनिष्ये (I) shall slay? च and? अपरान् others? अपि also? ईश्वरः Lord? अहम् I? अहम् I? भोगी the enjoyer? सिद्धः perfect? अहम् I? भोगी the enjoyer? सिद्धः perfect? अहम् I? बलवान् powerful? सुखी happy.Commentary I will be the lord of all I survey. I will kill everyone who will not serve me. In fact I am the lord of all creation. I will be successful in all my undertakings. I have got plenty of landed property? cattle and immense wealth. I have got plenty of children and grandchildren. Even Indra is not eal to me. I am not an ordinary man. I am very powerful? strong? healthy and happy in every respect.In this verse there is a description of the vain imaginations of the people of demoniacal nature.

Transliteration Bhagavad Gita 16.14

Asau mayaa hatah shatrur hanishye chaaparaanapi; Eeshwaro’hamaham bhogee siddho’ham balavaan sukhee.

Word Meanings Bhagavad Gita 16.14

idam—this; adya—today; mayā—by me; labdham—gained; imam—this; prāpsye—I shall acquire; manaḥ-ratham—desire; idam—this; asti—is; idam—this; api—also; me—mine; bhaviṣhyati—in future; punaḥ—again; dhanam—wealth; asau—that; mayā—by me; hataḥ—has been destroyed; śhatruḥ—enemy; haniṣhye—I shall destroy; cha—and; aparān—others; api—also; īśhvaraḥ—God; aham—I; aham—I; bhogī—the enjoyer; siddhaḥ—powerful; aham—I; bala-vān—powerful; sukhī—happy; āḍhyaḥ—wealthy; abhijana-vān—having highly placed relatives; asmi—me; kaḥ—who; anyaḥ—else; asti—is; sadṛiśhaḥ—like; mayā—to me; yakṣhye—I shall perform sacrifices; dāsyāmi—I shall give alms; modiṣhye—I shall rejoice; iti—thus; ajñāna—ignorance; vimohitāḥ—deluded