Meaning of shloka Karmanye vadhikaraste ma phaleshu kdacharan
In this Video, Dr. Sanjay Biyani, Academic Director, Biyani Group of Colleges teach us about the law of karma which was explain by Lord Krishna in kurushetra which is relevant in today’s world also. He explains the meaning of four line shloka ‘Karman vadhika raste mapheleshu kadachana’ in four parts and relates it to our daily life. Part-1 says we do not have an option about whether or not we want to do something , but what we want to do i.e. Good deeds or bad deeds is in our hands only. Part-2 says also we have no control over when and how much result will we get from our deeds. So do not worry about the results otherwise you will stop worrying about the quality of karma and start focusing on what we will get i.e. we will become greedy. The third part says that we should always work without expecting anything so that we feel satisfied with whatever you will get. Every action has equal and opposite reaction. The forth part says we should only focus on actions and develops our intellect accordingly and that is the only way to attain our Karma.