श्रीमद् भगवद्गीता

मूल श्लोकः

यत्र योगेश्वरः कृष्णो यत्र पार्थो धनुर्धरः।

तत्र श्रीर्विजयो भूतिर्ध्रुवा नीतिर्मतिर्मम।।18.78।

 

English Commentary By Swami Sivananda

18.78 यत्र wherever? योगेश्वरः the Lord of Yoga? कृष्णः Krishna? यत्र wherever? पार्थः Arjuna? धनुर्धरः the archer? तत्र there? श्रीः prosperity? विजयः victory? भूतिः happiness? ध्रुवा firm? नीतिः policy? मतिः conviction? मम my.Commentary This verse is called the Ekasloki Gita? i.e.? Bhagavad 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 Bhagavad Gita? the science of the Eternal? the scripture of Yoga? the dialogue between Sri Krishna and Arjuna? ends the eighteenth discourse entitledThe Yoga of Liberation by Renunciation.OM SHANTIH SHANTIH SHANTIH ,,

Sanskrit Commentary By Sri Shankaracharya

।।18.78।। --,यत्र यस्मिन् पक्षे योगेश्वरः सर्वयोगानाम् ईश्वरः? तत्प्रभवत्वात् सर्वयोगबीजस्य? कृष्णः? यत्र पार्थः यस्मिन् पक्षे धनुर्धरः गाण्डीवधन्वा? तत्र श्रीः तस्मिन् पाण्डवानां पक्षे श्रीः विजयः? तत्रैव भूतिः श्रियो विशेषः विस्तारः भूतिः? ध्रुवा अव्यभिचारिणी नीतिः नयः? इत्येवं मतिः मम इति।।इति श्रीमत्परमहंसपरिव्राजकाचार्यस्य श्रीगोविन्दभगवत्पूज्यपादशिष्यस्य,श्रीमच्छंकरभगवतः कृतौ श्रीमद्भगवद्गीताभाष्ये

अष्टादशोऽध्यायः।।।।श्रीमद्भगवद्गीताशास्त्रं संपूर्णम्।।,

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.