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Wednesday, November 15, 2017

New Election Song 2074 by Pashupati Sharma and Manju Poudel.

Watch Nepali latest Electio song song 2074 Yo Chunabma Janatale Jitnu Parchha by Pashupati Sharma & Manju Poudel only on BMS Films official youtube channel. Downloading and re-uploading to any other channel is strictly prohibited.
BMS Films Presents Pashupati Sharma & Manju Poudel's Election Song Yo Chunabma Janatale Jitnu Parchha . song:- Yo Chunabma Janatale Jitnu Parchha Vocal:- Pashupati Sharma & Manju Poudel Lyrics:- Pashupati Sharma Music:- Pashupati Sharma A brand new Dashain Song 2074 with heart touching voice and perfect video. Director:- Durga Poudel Cinematographer:- Devraj Gurung Editor:- Nabin Gharti Magar/Prakash Dhamala Artist :- Pashupati Sharma & Manju Poudel Post Production:- Ekata Films Pvt. Ltd . 9801019723  

TRANSLATION If, however, you think that the soul is perpetually born and always dies still, you still have no reason to lament, O mighty-armed. PURPORT There is always a class of philosophers, almost akin to the Buddhists, who do not believe in the separate existence of the soul beyond the body. When Lord Krsna spoke the Bhagavad-gita, it appears that such philosophers existed, and they were known as the lokayatikas and vaibhasikas. These philosophers maintained that life symptoms, or soul, takes place at a certain mature condition of material combination. The modern material scientist and materialist philosophers also think similarly. According to them, the body is a combination of physical elements, and at a certain stage the life symptoms develop by interaction of the physical body and chemical elements. The science of anthropology is based on this philosophy. Currently, many pseudo religions--now becoming fashionable in America--are also adhering to this philosophy, as well as to the nihilistic nondevotional Buddhist sects. Even if Arjuna did not believe in the existence of the soul--as in the vaibhasika philosophy--there would still have been no cause for lamentation. No one laments the loss of a certain bulk of chemicals and stops discharging his prescribed duty. On the other hand, in modern science and scientific warfare, so many tons of chemicals are wasted for achieving victory over the enemy. According to the vaibhasika philosophy, the so-called soul or atma vanishes along with the deterioration of the body. So, in any case, whether Arjuna accepted the Vedic conclusion that there is an atomic soul, or whether he did not believe in the existence of the soul, he had no reason to lament. According to this theory, since there are so many living entities generating out of matter every moment, and so many of them are being vanquished at every moment, there is no need to grieve for such an incidence. However, since he was not risking rebirth of the soul, Arjuna had no reason to be afraid of being affected with sinful reactions due to his killing his grandfather and teacher. But at the same time, Krsna sarcastically addressed Arjuna as maha-bahu, mightyarmed, because He, at least, did not accept the theory of the vaibhasikas, which leaves aside the Vedic wisdom. As a ksatriya, Arjuna belonged to the Vedic culture, and it behooved him to continue to follow its principles. TEXT 27 jatasya hi dhruvo mrtyur dhruvam janma mrtasya ca tasmad apari

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