श्रीमद् भगवद्गीता

मूल श्लोकः

yatra yōgēśvaraḥ kṛṣṇō yatra pārthō dhanurdharaḥ.

tatra śrīrvijayō bhūtirdhruvā nītirmatirmama৷৷18.78৷৷

English Commentary by Swami Sivananda

18.78 yatra wherever? yōgēśvaraḥ the Lord of Yoga? kṛṣṇaḥ Krishna? yatra wherever? pārthaḥ Arjuna? dhanurdharaḥ the archer? tatra there? śrīḥ prosperity? vijayaḥ victory? bhūtiḥ happiness? dhruvā firm? nītiḥ policy? matiḥ conviction? mama my.Commentary: This verse is called the Ekasloki Gita? i.e.? hagavad Gita in one verse. Repetition of even this one verse bestows the benefits of reading the whole of the scripture.Wherever: On that side on which.Yogesvarah: The Lord of Yoga. Krishna is called the Lord of Yogas as the seed of all Yogas comes forth from Him.Dhanurdharah: The wielder of the bow called the Gandiva. There: On the side of the Pandavas.Thus in the Upanishads of the glorious hagavad Gita? the science of the Eternal? the scripture of Yoga? the dialogue between Sri Krishna and Arjuna? ends the eighteenth discourse entitled:The Yoga of Liberation by Renunciation.OM SHANTIH! SHANTIH! SHANTIH! ,,

English Translation By Swami Adidevananda

18.78 Wherever there is Sri Krsna, the Lord of Yoga, and Arjuna the archer, there are ever fortune, victory, wealth and sound morality. This is my firm conviction.

English Translation By Swami Gambirananda

18.78 Where there is Krsna, the Lord of yogas, and where there is Partha, the wielder of the bow, there are fortune, victory, prosperity and unfailing prudence. Such is my conviction.

English Translation By Swami Sivananda

18.78 Wherever is Krishna, the Lord of Yoga; wherever is Arjuna, the wielder of the bow; there are prosperity, victory, happiness and firm policy; such is my conviction.

English Translation Of Sri Shankaracharya's Sanskrit Commentary By Swami Gambirananda

18.78 To be brief, yatra, where, the side on which; there is Krsna, yogeswarah, the Lord of yogas-who is the Lord of all the yogas and the source of all the yogas, since they originate from Him; and yatra, where, the side on which; there is Partha, dhanurdharah, the wielder of the bow, of the bow called Gandiva; tatra, there, on that side of the Pandavas; are srih, fortune; vijayah, victory; and there itself is bhutih, prosperity, great abundance of fortune; and dhruva, unfailing; nitih, prudence. Such is me, my ; matih, conviction.

English Translation of Abhinavgupta's Sanskrit Commentary By Dr. S. Sankaranarayan

18.74-78 Ityaham etc. upto matir mama While concluding the [Krsna-Arjuna] dialogue with Sanjaya's speech, the [sage Vyasa] teaches this : What leads to the Absolute Brahman is nothing but the recollection of the purport of the dialoguea recollection that is led finally to the status of the highly vivid, direct cognition admitting no differentiation [between its subject and object], resulting from the continuity helped by the series of incessant contemplations [on the purport of the dialogue] according to the method of firmly fixing. Thus, only through the recollection of the dialogue of the Bhagavat and Arjuna, the Reality could be reached and due to that come fortunes, voctories and prosperity.

English Translation of Ramanuja's Sanskrit Commentary By Swami Adidevananda

18.78 Wherever there is Sri Krsna, the son of Vasudeva, the 'Yogesvara' who is the ruler of the various manifestations of Nature pertaining to all intelligent and non-intelligent entities that have high and low forms, and on whose volition depend the differences in the essential natures, existences and the activities of all things other than Himself, and wherever there is Arjuna, the archer, who is his paternal aunt's son and who took sole refuge at His feet - in such places there always will be present fortune, victory, wealth and sound morality. Such is my firm conviction.

English Translation By By Dr. S. Sankaranarayan

18.78. Where Krsna, the Lord of Yogins remains, where the son of Prtha holds his bow, there lie fortune, victory, prosperity and firm justice-so I believe.

English Translation by Shri Purohit Swami

18.78 Wherever is the Lord Shri Krishna, the Prince of Wisdom, and wherever is Arjuna, the Great Archer, I am more than convinced that good fortune, victory, happiness and righteousness will follow"