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Karm yogi aur dharm yogi mein fark kya hai?

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Asked by tapas kumar, 12 Feb '13 12:42 pm
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Ek mehanti to doosra aadambar aur dhakosle baaz
Answered by Psycho, 12 Feb '13 12:43 pm

 
  
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(1) One who performs the prescribed duty without seeking its fruit is a Samnyasi and a (Karma) yogi,
(2) A yogi is called Self-realized who is satisfied with knowledge and understanding of the Self, who is equanimous, who has control over the (mind and) senses, and to whom a clod, a stone, and gold are the same
(3) "The yogi is deemed greater than body-disciplining ascetics, greater even than the followers of the path of wisdom or of the path of action; be thou, O Arjuna, a yogi"
(Bhagwad Geeta chapter 6)
Answered by Vikram, 12 Feb '13 12:50 pm

 
  
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Jab Karm hee Dharam ban jaaye to koee antar nahee rehtaa . Aur Dharmyogee bhee ek Karmhogee hee ho saktaa hain .
Answered by kartikay sharma, 12 Feb '13 12:50 pm

 
  
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All is karm even breathing
Answered by Kalpana Roy, 12 Feb '13 12:44 pm

 
  
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