2.51 karma-jaṁ buddhi-yuktā hi (Original)

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karma-jaṁ buddhi-yuktā hi
phalaṁ tyaktvā manīṣiṇaḥ
padaṁ gacchanty anāmayam

‘The wisdom-united forsake work-born fruit; and released from bondage of birth, repair indeed to that state which is free of ill.’

Those who are so wise do work, unmindful of the fruit it produces. These, delivered from bonds of births, journey to that state which is void of ills: (disease, death, affliction, misery, etc). Indeed this is the well-known doctrine or teaching of all the Upanishads[1. Or the Vedantas, the spiritual doctrines of the Vedas. Lit: the word means “sitting near’. And so Upanishad is confidential knowledge imparted to a postulant disciple sitting near.].

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