श्रीमद् भगवद्गीता

मूल श्लोकः

ahiṅsā satyamakrōdhastyāgaḥ śāntirapaiśunam.

dayā bhūtēṣvalōluptvaṅ mārdavaṅ hrīracāpalam৷৷16.2৷৷

English Translation By Swami Adidevananda

16.2 Non-injury, truth, freedom from anger, renunciation, tranillity, non-slandering others, compassion to all beings, freedom from desire, gentleness, the sense of shame, freedom from fickleness;

English Translation of Ramanuja's Sanskrit Commentary By Swami Adidevananda

16.2 'Non-injury' is abstaining from injury to others. 'Truth' is communication by words of what one knows for certain and what is conducive to the good of others. 'Freedom from anger' is the absence in oneself of the mental state, which, if permitted, leads to injury to others. 'Renunciation' is the abandonment of everything that is contrary to the good of the self. 'Tranillity' is practice of controlling the senses from their propensity towards sense-objects. 'Not-slandering others' means refraining oneself from speech that may cause evil to others. 'Compassion to all beings' means one's incapacity to stand the suffering of others. 'Aloluptvam' means freedom from desire for sense-objects. 'Gentleness' means absence of harshness, and being worthy of associating with the good. 'Sense of shame' is shrinking from doing what should not be done. 'Acapalam' means being unattracted by objects enjoyable by the senses even when they are at hand.