Gita Saar, Chapter 10

Gita Saar

Chapter 10

(Ishwar Putra Arun)


Gita Saar – In Gita chapter 7 Lord Krishna had enunciated the secrets of the most secret and fundamental of knowledge’s in the universe. Further in chapter 8, on being asked questions by Arjuna, the Lord had further elaborated on what he had been speaking of so that it could be better understood by Arjuna. Yet the Lord was not satisfied. He hankered to give the knowledge to Arjuna in more detail since Arjuna was a sincere devotee. The fact is that true seekers are few and far between and rarely does the Lord get the opportunity to enumerate this knowledge which is described as the King of all knowledge’s. The knowledge is also so potent and soul-stirring that both the speaker and listener are entranced by it. Thus Lord Krishna continues disseminating the same knowledge in more detail in chapter 10.

Chapter 10 starts with the Lord offering his appreciation to Arjuna for being a sincere, loyal and loving devotee and says to him that since Arjuna is such a sincere and genuine devotee , He – the Lord, will further elaborate that knowledge that is of utmost value and secrecy. The fact is that God is always eager to reveal the eternal truth to his sincere devotees. It is only that the sincere devotee is extremely rare. The Lord says to Arjuna-‘Hear me with full attention!’

Lord Krishna starts by saying that the person who has truly known Him as ‘Unborn’, ‘Without beginning or end’ and ‘The Lord of all worlds’; such a person is freed of all sin.

Lord Krishna says that He is the Lord and source of both the material and the spiritual worlds. All things are based and born out of Him. Even the power of discrimination and the power to take decisions rest in the Lord. Knowledge; forgiveness; truthfulness; control-of-senses; control-of-mind; happiness-sorrow; creation-destruction; fear-fearlessness; balance; non-violence; contentment; penance; charity; fame-infamy, all these varied things have their basis in the Lord.

The person that has realized that these attributes come from God, he is the one who is free of all bondage.

The Lord says to Arjuna that it is He who is the cause of creation and upon realizing this truth; the wise and discriminatory devotees worship only Him. These wise devotees who love the Lord, and who are constantly engaged in the remembrance of the Lord to the extent that they even offer their very life to the keeping of the Lord, such people spend their time and life with like-minded people, in the study and discussions about the nature of the Lord, His powers, effects and attributes. And they do so because they can’t but help loving God to the exclusion of everything else. They do it out of sheer love for the Lord. This is the only thing that satisfies them. It would not be wrong to say that these devotees are obsessed with the Lord and they can think of very little else.

Lord Krishna says to Arjuna that – to such people, I offer and provide, the one true knowledge that leads them straight to Me. To do them this benediction, what I do is that I enlighten within them, my own self that already exists and lies sleeping. When I light up my own self within them, the light that is produces, destroys the darkness that otherwise clouds the vision and wisdom of the average person.

Lord Krishna further says – “No-one, however advanced, not even the Gods, and neither the saints, know of my origin. The reason is that I am the creator and reason for existence of even the highest types of souls.” This is specifically mentioned in the 14th verse of chapter 10 which specifically says that-“Neither the Gods, nor the demons know Me.” The reason is that the gods are constantly engaged in pleasure seeking and the demons are engaged in demonic-self promoting activities. Even the great realized souls do not know the Lord in his entirety since, the qualities and attributes that they use to examine (look at) the Lord, are all derived from the Lord Himself. And how can the fruit ever know the tree fully? All attributes such as wisdom, energy, capability, position of excellence, influence etc are born out of the Lord Himself so using these attributes, the devotee can only know a limited aspect of God and never know the Lord in his true & complete nature. Just as a child can never know those things about his mother that happened before he was born, all that is created from the Lord can never know the Lord completely.

On hearing this Arjuna asks Lord Krishna that, if this is the case, then what is the way that he-Arjuna could come to know the Lord. He further asks- ‘What are those attributes, using which, I can come to know you?” He further asks the Lord to explain in full detail about the Yoga-Shakti of the Lord since He-Arjuna thirsts to hear the details of it since it is the only thing that is satisfying to him.
The Lord replies-“There is no end to my expansions and I will describe to you just a few of my main attributes.”

Then Lord Krishna describes in chapter 10, verses 20-40, His main divine attributes. The Lord concludes the description by saying that all things that are glorious, shining-bright, full of light, powerful etc derive their attributes from the Lord. There is no other source. The Lord further said that it was futile of the devotee to ask the Lord to describe Himself since it all that could be described was but a fraction of the yoga power of the Lord.

Wait Upon the Lord

Wait upon the Lord


Wait UponThe Lord

Wait Upon The Lord – Time of waiting is one of the most difficult things. But, the Bible says in Isaiah 40:31, “Those who hope and wait in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.” Bible, Luke 21:19 says, “By your patience possess your souls.” Therefore, wait for the Lord patiently at His feet in prayer and in meditating His word. God the Almighty will exactly come at the point of your need and raise you to great heights. You will be stars shining brightly forever and ever achieving extraordinary things for the glory of God’s name – Lord Kalki.

Do you know about that the word “wait” ? Those who wait on (upon) the Lord get all the attributes of strength listed in this verse. So if we want the strength in its various forms listed in this verse, then we must first learn how to wait on the Lord. Think of it this way: if we don’t learn to wait on the Lord, we will never get the strength of the Lord. So what exactly does it mean to wait on the Lord ? To answer this question we need to know what the word wait really means. In order to do this, we need to unfold the meaning of this word.

The one we have been using of the rope. A rope is made up of many strands and so is our relationship with God. The more “strands” that we weave into our relationship with God, the more strength He gives to us. Let’s look at some more strands that make up this rope. These are just a few of the strands that should be in our rope. You can probably think of quite a few more. When you twist all of these strands together you get a rope whose strength comes from God.

Kalki Avatar

Kalki Avatar

(Ishwar Putra Arun)

Kalki Avatar

Kalki Avatar – Lord Kalki has taken avatar on earth on the 12th day of the ascendant moon cycle of Baisakh month. This is certified in the Kalki Puranas in chapter 1, section 2 verse 15 and in the book “Kalki comes in 1985, chapter 3. This book-“Kalki comes in 1985”-further mentions that the Lord comes at the above mentioned time, in the village of Sambhala, in the house of father Vishnuyasha and mother Sumati. In 1985, this combination mentioned above, falls on the second of May. Therefore it can be said with certainty that Lord Narayan has come as his 24th avatar on the second of May 1985. The texts say that the birth will be in the house of a Brahmin in village Sambhala in north India. There are two Sambhala villages in north India. One is near Moradabad and the other one is on the Mathura Brindavan border near Gauri Math. The village Sambhala near Moradabad is 98% Muslim in population and there are very few Brahmin families there. Followers of Lord Krishna are very little e.i. negligible and far between. Therefore it seems improbable that Lord Kalki could take birth in that village. The other village near Gauri math has a large number of Brahmins and most are Krishna devotees. Therefore the conclusion is that this village-on the Mathura Brindavan border, near Gauri math-is where Lord Kalki has taken avatar.

The Srimad Bhaagvatam Mahapuraana clearly mentions in book 4, chapter 5, verse 27-28, that the Lord said that he would come as Lord Kalki to protect the pious, to destroy the wicked and he would carry out the secret rituals on the earth in divine Brindavan. He said that when Kaliyuga is at its peak, I and the Gopis will carry out the divine love ritual. At the end of Kaliyuga, on the request of Radha, I will take birth as Lord Kalki.

Like Lord Krishna, Lord Kalki also took birth in his four armed form. But when that happened, Lord Brahma sent a message through Lord Vaayu, that he-Lord Kalki must convert his form to a two armed form and appear like an ordinary man. On hearing this, Lord Kalki converted His form to the normal two armed form and his parents who had actually seen him in the four armed form, were thunderstruck and they came to believe that they had only imagined the four armed form.

Details of Lord Kalki’s father and mother.

As mentioned above, the name of lord Kalki’s mother is Sumati and the name of the father is Vishnuyasha. Vishnuyasha is the avatar of Swayambhu Manu. This is stated in the Padma Puranas chapter 1, section40, verse 46, and page number 949. Swayambhu Manu had done penance on the banks of the river Gomti and on being granted a boon, he had asked the Lord that the Lord may be born as his son in three of his avatars. Thus Swayambhu Manu was born as King Dashratha and Lord Narayan was born as his son, Lord Rama. In the second avatar, Swayambhu Manu was born as Vasudeva and Lord Narayan took avatar as Lord Krishna and of course Swayambhu Manu is born as Vishnuyasha and Lord Narayan has taken avatar as Lord Kalki.

Details of Lord Kalki’s Guru.

The moment Lord Kalki was born, he started growing at a very fast pace. On seeing this, his father Vishnuyasha did his Janeyu ceremony and sent him to Mahendar Mountain, under the tutelage of Lord Parshurama. When his tutelage was over, Parshurama gave him the following instructions. He said that – “I have given you knowledge and Lord Shiva has l given you weapons and knowledge. Now go to Singhal land marry your wife and after that destroy Kaliyuga, establish Dharma righteousness on earth. It is mentioned in the Srimad Bhaagvatam Mahapuraana that the time for the start of Satyuga is when the three planets, Sun, Moon and Jupiter enter the Pushya Nakshatra together. According to Kalki Puran Lord kalki has Nine Guru – (1) Krpiacharya (2) Parshuama (3) Vashistha (4) Vyasa (5) Dhoumya (6) Akritavarma (7) Ashvathama (8) Madhucchanda and (9) Pandapala.
For pleasing His father, Lord kalki did Rajasuya, Vajapeya, Ashvamedha and othe verious sacrifices with all rituals prescribed in the sacrificial for the achievement of Dharma, Kama and Artha (Wealth).

Kalki’s War:

Kalki’s war with  Kikatpur:

The great conqueror, Kalki then paid homage to his father and started for conquering Kikatpur with his army. Although the city of Kikatpur is unidentified, yet it is specified that Kikatpur is The residents of that city do not worship God or their forefathers. They do not fear after-life. Other than the body, they do not believe in any soul. They do not have any pride in their lineage or in their race; money, marriage etc. are insignificant to them. People of that place eat and drink a variety of things.

Kalki’s war with Kali (The Antichrist) and Gog & Magog:

[Dharma (Righteousness or Law) said to Kalki] “Right now, infidels like Saka, Kamboja, Sabara etc. are under the control of Kali and that mighty Kali has defeated me taking advantage of the influence of the time. The pious men are being tortured and consigned to the flames. That’s why I have come for your protection.

Thus, Kalki, surrounded by his allies set out for the desired place for conquering the infidels like Khasha, Kamboja, Sabara, Barbarians etc. … The people who lived there carry out the orders of women. Hearing that Kalki has come for battle, the angry Kali, along with his allies, sons and grandsons came riding on a chariot out of the city of Bishasan. On seeing Kali, Kalki ordered his followers to engage in battle with him.
Bible, Revelations 19:19 I saw the beast, and the kings of the earth, and their armies, gathered together to make war against him who sat on the horse, and against his army.
Lord Kalki, along with his soldiers armed with various types of weapons engaged in war with Kok and Bikok. These two brothers are supreme demons, great fanatics and adept in the art of war. These brothers are intimately connected, powerful, hard to defeat and are even feared by the Gods.

The surprise elements here are the description of the war with brothers called “Kok and Bikok”, who are allied with Kali. These are surely Gog and Magog described in the Biblical book of Revelations and “Yajooj and Majooj” described in the Islamic prophecies.
Soon they entered the city of Bishasan, the capital of Kali, and burnt down the city using fiery missile. Alongwith the city, Kali too was burnt and his sons and relatives were destroyed.
The war against Vallat Nagar:
Thus, after attaining victory, Kalki started for the city of Vallat ruled by the Sashyakarns along with his soldiers and allies. His (the King of Vallat) name is Sashidhwaj. He is intelligent, handsome, tall, brave and has a huge military. King Sashidhwaj arrived at the battlefield and dispersed the powerful soldiers of Kalki. Thus, King Sashidhwaj managed to defeat Kalki, capture Him and some of His allies and went back to his palace.

The battle of Vallat is the most terrible battle fought by Kalki so far. In this battle, Kalki was defeated and captured in the war and taken prisoner by the King Sashidhwaj of Vallat. However, it is mentioned that the King was aware of the divine nature of Kalki and it has been said that even after capturing Him, the king showed Him utmost respect and entered in a peace treaty with Him, offering his own daughter Rama for marriage with Kalki.
Next, King Sashidhwaj recalled his sons from the battlefield and gave away his daughter Rama for marriage with Kalki in accordance with the wishes of his wife, Sushanta. All the allies of Kalki were invited to Vallat from the battlefield (for the marriage).

Trust in God | Kalki Avatar

Trust in God

Jesus Will Never Fail

Trust in God – It is my advice for the people to trust in the God with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; In all your ways submit to Him, and He will make your paths straight. God is certainly do miracle for you but your faith must be like Abraham and Sarah, as described in Holy book.


Trust in God

Trust in God

Trust in God – Those who seek the Lord will never be put to shame. God is good. It is prophesied in Bible, Matthew 4:24, “People brought to Him all who were ill with various diseases, those suffering severe pain, the demon-possessed, those having seizures, and the paralyzed; and He healed them.” Likewise, God will certainly do miracles for you.

According to Ephesians 3:20 “He will do immeasurably more than all you ask or imagine, according to His power that is at work within you.” Today even as you are expecting miracles from the Lord, He will definitely heal all your sickness from your body and do miracles for you. Seek Him with all your heart with great faith in Him. “The lions may grow weak and hungry, but those who seek the LORD lack no good thing” (Bible, Psalm 34:10). Believe. Your miracle is on your door.

7 requirements to Trust in the God is as below:

1. Don’t Depend on yourselves:

Most of you have faced disappointments, which have taught you that you can only depend upon yourselves. But living the life God has called you to means unlearning that lesson. Instead, you are meant to rest in God’s understanding.
But sometimes trusting Him completely like that can be tough. So, each day we must consciously lay aside our own plans and expectations—and surrender to His plans.

2. Your trust must be internal:

Mostly people trust in God by external. Trust in God is not something you muster up by pulling yourselves up by out bootstraps or psyching yourselves up. Trusting God is placing yourselves in a position whereby you rest upon His promises. The only proper source of trust and object of trust is God Himself who is absolutely trustworthy. When you pray, you admit that your ways are higher than others. You show that you are leaving your troubles and burdens and dreams in His capable hands. God has promised that when you reach out to Him in prayer, He used to hears your problems:

“Evening, morning, and noon You cry out in distress, and He hears your voice. ” ( Bible, Psalm 55:17)

Thus, you handed the keys of your lives to Him, and u know that He is able to lead you.

You live in this world so that your relationship must be with God instead of the world. It is true that the desires of the flesh, the lusts of the eyes, and the pride in our lives (Bible, 1 John 2:16). In other words, your blessings can easily become your stumbling blocks when you think of them as what you deserve or what you need to be happy.

Instead, life works best when you remember the true source of your blessings—God—and focus on the things that please Him.

“Do not be wise in your own eyes; fear the LORD and shun evil.” (Proverbs 3:7)

3. Your trust must be entire:

Since the heart is the mind, emotions, and will, you faith must be the entrusting of your total being to God in submission to His Word. The opposite of faith is not doubt; it is unbelief. Ishwar Putra Arun calls you to give your whole heart to God. It is prophesied “How blessed are those who observe His testimonies, who seek Him with all their heart” (Bible, Psalms 119:2). “And you will seek Me and find Me, when you search for Me with all your heart” (Bible, Jer 29:13).

4. Your trust must be exclusive:

The most natural thing you do is lean on your own understanding and then act upon it. However, great danger accompanies trusting in yourselves. “You have plowed wickedness, you have reaped injustice, you have eaten the fruit of lies. Because you have trusted in your way, in your numerous warriors” (Bible, Hosea 10:13). The apostle warns, “Therefore let him who thinks he stands take heed lest he fall” (1 Cor 10:12). Proverbs says you are a fool if you trust our heart (Prov 28:26).

5. Your trust must be expressive:

In all your ways acknowledge Him. The word “ways” refers to a journey, the journey of your life. In Lord your life is a faith-journey, a daily walk that eventually results in month, years, and decades. This journey of faith is illustrated powerfully, like the faith of Abraham and Sarah, in Bible, Hebrews 11:8-19 .

6. Put God First in Your Life:

It’s easiest to put yourselves first. When something good happens, you want to congratulate ourselves with a reward. When something bad happens, you want to console yourselves or find someone to blame. In other words, you often have a “me-centric” starting place.
And when it comes to money, the struggle is even harder. But Solomon, who had quite a bit of wealth himself, knew that his money didn’t belong to him:

“Honor the LORD with your wealth, with the first fruits of all your crops; then your barns will be filled to overflowing, and your vats will brim over with new wine.” (Bible, Proverbs 3:9–10)
If you can trust God with the first of your wealth, you are truly showing how much you depend on Him. Handing over the first part of your paycheck takes a huge amount of faith, after all. But doing so means being God-centric.

7. Listen to the Holy Spirit:

When Jesus promised to send the Holy Spirit to the temple of God, He told His disciples that this Counselor would be their spiritual compass.
“But the Counselor, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in my name, will teach you all things and will remind you of everything I have said to you.” (Bible, John 14:26)
As you go through your day, this same Holy Spirit guides you, too. That means you don’t have to go it alone or hope you are getting it right. No, the Holy Spirit leads you into all truth and protects you.

“Guard the good deposit that was entrusted to you—guard it with the help of the Holy Spirit who lives in us.” (Bible, 2 Timothy 1:14)

Who is Kalki, Mission of Kalki ?

Who is Kalki, Mission of Kalki and Meaning of Shambhal Gram?

(Ishwar Putra Arun)


Who is Kalki

Who is Kalki, Mission of Kalki and Meaning of Shambhal Gram?

Meaning of word ‘Shambhal Gram’ :-
Group of Brahman. A place where the group of Brahman is living, is called ‘Shambhal Gram’.

शम्भु Shambhu – Brahm (those who knows Brahm / Brahm knowing people) is called Brahman + ल or ले (of) + ग्राम Grama (Community/Village/Group of people living at a certain Place) = शम्भल ग्राम Shambhal Grama (Village / Place / City of Brahman / Group of Brahman ब्रह्मणों का समूह ) A place where group of Brahman is living / जहाँ ब्राह्मणों का समूह निवास करता है, उसे शम्भल ग्राम कहते हैं .

Hindu Puranas (Shrimad Bhgavat Maha Puran / Kalki Puran) Script’s Prediction is – at the end of Kaliyug, Lord Narayana (God Vishnu) Will Come in Human Form with the name of Kalki and by retrieving the Satya yuga He will restablish Dharma.

Kalki is Lord Narayana, 2ND coming of Jesus, Immanuel of Jews, Maitreya of Buddhism, Imam Mahdi of Islam & etc.

Since He is King of Kings, GOD of Gods and Universal thus He cannot be for one particular religion. He is for Hindu, He is for Islamic people, He is for Christian and at the same time He is for Sikh also. There is no God except Him. One is He, no partner hath He. Exalted is He alone, and praise be to Lord Kalki only, and there is no deity except Lord Kalki, and Lord Kalki is the Greatest. And there is no might nor power except in Lord Kalki, the Most High, the Most Great. He gives life and causes death, and He is Living, who will not die, never. He of Majesty and Munificence. Within His Hand is (all) good. And He is, upon everything, Able (to exert His Will).