Chapter 5 Verse 19

Bhagavad Gita Chapter 5 Verse 19

Ih, ev, taiH, jitH, sargH, yeshaam, saamye, sthitam, manH,
Nirdosham, hi, samm, Brahm, tasmaat, brahmani, te, sthitaH ||19||

Translation: (Ev) in reality (yeshaam) those whose (manH) minds (saamye) in equanimity (sthitam) are fixed (taiH) by them (ih) in this alive state (sargH) whole world (jitH) has been conquered i.e. they are ‘Manjeet’ / conquerers of mind (hi) undoubtedly those (nirdosham) devotees, free from sin (Brahm) God (samm) are equivalent to i.e. have become innocent souls (tasmaat) therefore (te) they (brahmani) in the Purna Parmatma only (sthitaH) are situated. (19)

Translation

In reality, those whose minds are fixed in equanimity have conquered the whole world in this alive state i.e. they have become manjeet/conquerers of mind. Undoubtedly those devotees, free from sin, are equivalent to God i.e. have become an innocent soul, and therefore they are situated in the Purna Parmatma only. Many merits of a sin-free soul and God are same, like eternal, free from love-hatred, free from birth-death, self-illuminated; although there is a lot of difference in power.


इह, एव, तैः, जितः, सर्गः, येषाम्, साम्ये, स्थितम्, मनः,
निर्दोषम्, हि, समम्, ब्रह्म, तस्मात्, ब्रह्मणि, ते, स्थिताः।।19।।

अनुवाद: (एव) वास्तव में (येषाम्) जिनका (मनः) मन (साम्ये) समभावमें (स्थितम्) स्थित है (तैः) उनके द्वारा (इह) इस जीवित अवस्थामें (सर्गः) सम्पूर्ण संसार (जितः) जीत लिया गया है अर्थात् वे मनजीत हो गए हैं (हि) निसंदेह वह (निर्दोषम्) पाप रहित साधक (ब्रह्म) परमात्मा (समम्) सम है अर्थात् निर्दोंष आत्मा हो गई हैं (तस्मात्) इससे (ते) वे (ब्रह्मणि) पूर्ण परमात्मामें ही (स्थिताः) स्थित हैं। पाप रहित आत्मा तथा परमात्मा के बहुत से गुण समान है जैसे अविनाशी, राग, द्वेष रहित, जन्म मृत्यु रहित, स्वप्रकाशित भले ही शक्ति में बहुत अन्तर है। (19)