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Published on Feb 25, 2017

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Song: Tara Mai Jasto Hola Ki Sansara
Vocal : Kala Pangeni
Lyrics : Durga Pangeni
Music : Durga Pangeni
Album : Teej Song
Camera: Rajesh Ghimire
Director : Kapil Lama
Editor : Bishnu Sharma
Models : Kala Pangeni and group
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TEXT 19 tasmad asaktah satatam karyam karma samacara asakto hy acaran karma param apnoti purusah SYNONYMS tasmat--therefore; asaktah--without attachment; satatam--constantly; karyam--as duty; karma--work; samacara--perform; asaktah--nonattached; hi--certainly; acaran--performing; karma--work; param--the Supreme; apnoti--achieves; purusah--a man. TRANSLATION Therefore, without being attached to the fruits of activities, one should act as a matter of duty; for by working without attachment one attains the Supreme. PURPORT The Supreme is the Personality of Godhead for the devotees, and liberation for the impersonalist. A person, therefore, acting for Krsna, or in Krsna consciousness, under proper guidance and without attachment to the result of the work, is certainly making progress toward the supreme goal of life. Arjuna is told that he should fight in the Battle of Kuruksetra for the interest of Krsna because Krsna wanted him to fight. To be a good man or a nonviolent man is a personal attachment, but to act on behalf of the Supreme is to act without attachment for the result. That is perfect action of the highest degree, recommended by the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Sri Krsna. Vedic rituals, like prescribed sacrifices, are performed for purification of impious activities that were performed in the field of sense gratification. But action in Krsna consciousness is transcendental to the reactions of good or evil work. A Krsna conscious person has no attachment for the result but acts on behalf of Krsna alone. He engages in all kinds of activities, but is completely nonattached.

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