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Shrimad Bhagavad Gita (Chapter 18, Verse 29 to 32)

29. Hear thou the triple distinction of intellect and fortitude, according to the Gunas, as I declare them exhaustively and severally, O Dhananjaya.


30. That which knows the paths of work and renunciation, right and wrong action, fear and fearlessness, bondage and




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