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Surrender unto Krishna

Surrender unto Krishna

Supreme instructions and confidential Knowledge is given by God Shri Krishna:

God Shri Krishna has instructed us to always think about him and become his devotee, worship him, offer obeisances unto him. In this way, we will come closer to God Shri Krishna without fail even if we are engaged in all sorts of activities. He has promised this to us in Bhagavad-Gita. By the mercy of God, we will get transcendental peace and after our death, we will move ahead for supreme and eternal, imperishable abode. Those who reach there will not come back to this miserable and dangerous material world. 

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God Shri Krishna has instructed us in Bhagavad-Gita to leave all the varieties of religions and just surrender unto him. He will deliver us from all the sinful reactions. We do not have to fear as God Shri Krishna is with us 24x7. We have to just chant hare Krishna maha-mantra and hear and read Bhagavad-Gita. 

Krishna has also instructed us that this confidential knowledge should not be explained to those persons who do not believe in God Shri Krishna, who is not pure, who is not interested in self-realization and spiritual knowledge. It should not be explained to those persons who are uncompromising, severe in manner or appearance, strict, forbidding, not devoted to God, and not involved in devotional service to God Shri Krishna and those who are always envious of God Shri Krishna.

The person who will preach spiritual knowledge of Bhagavad-Gita to devotees will have the mercy of God Shri Krishna to the fullest that at the end of his life, he will come back to the abode of God i.e. Golak Vrindavan or Spiritual Sky which is illuminated by the effulgence of God Shri Krishna and not by any light produced through electricity, sun or moon. 

God Shri Krishna will bless him to involve in devotional service with more intensity and vigor under his protection. He will be dearest to God Shri Krishna than anyone in this world. God Shri Krishna has instructed us to depend upon him and work under his protection keeping away from false ego and always remain in Krishna Consciousness. Those who do not follow the instructions of God Shri Krishna will be lost in the material world which is not permanent and subject to change and full of distresses, miseries, worries, and a dangerous place to live in.

We are compelled to do work as per our own nature even if we are not inclined or interested to do work. We should perform prescribed duties according to our nature as these duties are not affected by sinful reactions and we should not engage in another's occupation as engaging in another's occupation is always unbeneficial. It is better to perform your prescribed duties born from your nature with fault than performing another's duties with perfection. Please remember that every endeavor is accompanied by some fault in its execution. One should not give up the work born of his nature even if such work has some fault. 

Perfection in our work is achieved by remembering God while doing work. Those who study Bhagavad-Gita will worship God Shri Krishna through their intelligence.

One of the benefits of hearing Bhagavad-Gita with faith and without envy is that it delivers the person who hears it from reactions of sinful actions and after death, the soul of that person goes to auspicious planets where pious souls reside.

Wherever there are God Shri Krishna and his devotees, there will be extreme power, morality, victory, opulence, spiritual environment, peace, compassion, and all the qualities of the mode of goodness.

Thanks for reading the blog,

Pankaj Mannan


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