101+ Lord Krishna Quotes on Life, Karma, and Truth from Gita

Lord Krishna Quotes: In this post, we will take you through some of the most useful and practical quotes from the Bhagavad Gita. Quotes that are still applicable today and can seriously set you on a path to a better quality of life. We will go through each chapter and highlight the best quotes from the same.

Lord Krishna is considered the Symbol of pure love and hence it is no surprise that there are many thoughts and quotes attributed to him. He is the one who entangle the Gopis of Gokul in a divine web of love in the Dwapara Yuga, and later in the Kali Yuga, Mirabai was forever immersed in her love for her Krishna and finally merged with him in the holy city of Dwarka.

Krishna is an eternal font of love that flows with compassion for his relatives, friends, and devotees, be it his consort Rukmini or his beloved Radha, his love is boundless. In his physical avatar, he continued to spread the message of love till the end of his avatar near Bhalka Tirth in Somnath, Gujarat. Here are some beautiful lord Krishna quotes in English.


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Krishna Quotes on Life

“Most divine love is of Mother and son.”

“Faith in Krishna is the best and safest course.”

“The key to happiness is the reduction of desires.”

“I’m at the beginning, mid, and end of production.”

“Do not let your heart be troubled. Trust in Krishna.”

“Set your heart upon your work, but never its reward.”

“Hell has three entrances – Greed, Anger, and excitement.”

“A man is made by his beliefs. As he believes. So He becomes.”

“There are three gates to self-destructive hell- Lust, Anger, And Greed.”

“Play Your obligatory duty, Because action is far better than inaction.”

“He’s no attraction can really love others, for his love is pure and divine.”

“Happiness is a state of mind that has nothing to do with the external world.”

“One who sees inaction in action and action in inaction- he is a smart man.”

“Perform your obligatory duty, because actions are indeed better than inaction.”

“Among all kinds of killers, Time is the ultimate because Time kills everything.”

”The only way you can conquer me is via love, and there I am happily conquered.”

“No one that does good work will ever come to a terrible ending, either in the world to come.”

“The day we surrender ourselves completely to Krishna, he will accept our proposal of love.”

“Calmness, gentleness, silence, self-restraint, and purity are the disciplines of the mind.”

“The pleasure from the senses seems like nectar at first, but it is sour as the toxin in the end.”

“Never trust anyone completely but Krishna. Love people, but put your full trust only in Krishna.”

“It is much better to execute one’s own duties imperfectly than to learn the responsibilities of another.”

“Fear not. What is not real, Never was, and never will be. What’s true, Always was and cannot be destroyed.”

“But memories don’t bother you when, you love Krishna, with Krishna you will move on to the worst of memories.”

“Change is the law of the world. In a moment, you become the owner of millions. In another, you become penniless.”

“I want to forget you but then realize that moving on also means accepting that some memories will stay forever.”

“When a person responds to the joys and sorrows of others as though they were his own, he or she has attained a higher spiritual union.”

“Krishna is offering, By his decent, that “If you want to enjoy like this in the society of beautiful young boys and girls, come to Me. here it is, Reality.”

“The mind is fickle. It won’t obey you. Every Time the mind misbehaves, use your discretionary intellect to bring it back to the equanimous position.”

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Lord Krishna Quotes

“Your eyes stole all my words away.”

“We are never defeated unless we give up on Krishna.”

“If you don’t fight for what you want. Don’t cry for what you lost.”

“Krishna sees everyone as a moving temple as he stays in everyone’s heart.”

“No one who does good work will ever come to a bad end, either here or in the world to come.”

“Krishana Didn’t make a mistake when he made you. You need to see yourself as Krishna sees you.”

“The lotus feet of Lord Krishna are so wonderful that whoever takes shelter under them immediately becomes purified.”

“My concern is, not whether Krishna is on our side, and my greatest concern is to be on Krishna’s side, for Krishna is always right.”

“Everything rest upon Krishna. .he is a supreme personality of a godhead. Reading his past times, we will come to know about him, and his glories.”

“Krishna is the biggest cheater for the people who try to cheat his devotees, if a person cheats on a devotee of Krishna even once, Krishna will cheat the cheater for many lifetimes.”

“Life without Lord Krishna seems like prayers without devotion, words without emotion, Followers without fragrance, Echo Without resonance, Existence without a goal, world without soul.”

Quote From Each Chapter Of Gita

Chapter 1 – “Wrong thinking is the only problem in life.”

Chapter 2 – “Right knowledge is the ultimate solution to all our problems.”

Chapter 3 – “Selflessness is the only way to progress and prosperity.”

Chapter 4 – “Every act can be an act of prayer.”

Chapter 5 – “Renounce the ego of individuality and rejoice in the bliss of infinity.”

Chapter 6 – “Connect to the higher consciousness daily.”

Chapter 7 – “Live what you learn.”

Chapter 8 – “Never give up on yourself.”

Chapter 9 – “Value your blessings.”

Chapter 10 – “See divinity all around.”

Chapter 11 – “Have enough surrender to see the truth as it is.”

Chapter 12 – “Absorb your mind in the higher.”

Chapter 13 – “Detach from Maya and attach to the divine.”

Chapter 14 – “Live a lifestyle that matches your vision.”

Chapter 15 – “Give priority to Divinity.”

Chapter 16 – “Being good is a reward in itself.”

Chapter 17 – “Choosing the right over the pleasant is a sign of power.”

Chapter 18 – “Let go, let us move to union with God.”

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Krishna Quotes on Karma

“He who sees Me everywhere and sees everything in Me, to him I am never lost, nor is he ever lost to Me.”

“I am the Self, seated in the hearts of all creatures. I am the beginning, the middle, and the end of all beings.”

“He who is able to withstand the force of lust and anger even here before he quits the body, he is a Yogi, a happy man.”

“He who works without attachment, resigning his actions to Brahman, is untainted by sin, as a lotus leaf by water.”

“That man who lives completely free from desires, without longing, devoid of the sense of “I” and “mine,” attain peace.”

“A Yogi, striving diligently, is purified of all sins and, becoming perfect through many births, reaches the Supreme Goal.”

“Let a man be lifted up by his own self; let him not lower himself; for he himself is his friend, and he himself is his enemy.”

“If the embodied soul meets with death when Sattva prevails, it goes to the spotless realms of those who know the Highest.”

“Let him withdraw the fickle and unquiet mind from whatever causes it to wander away, and restore it to the control of the Self alone.”

“Some by meditation perceive the Self in themselves through the mind, some by devotion to knowledge, and some by devotion to work.”

“The man of self-control, moving among objects with his senses under restraint, and free from attachment and hate, attain serenity of mind.”

“Therefore always do without attachment the work you have to do; for a man who does his work without attachment attains the Supreme.”

“The love and hatred that the senses feel for their objects are inevitable. But let no one come under their sway; for they are one’s enemies.”

“As fire is concealed by smoke, as a mirror by dust, as an unborn baby by the womb, so is knowledge concealed by ignorance.”

“Freed from passion, fear, and anger, absorbed in Me, taking refuge in Me, and purified by the fire of knowledge, many have become one with my being.”

“Not knowing My supreme nature, immutable and transcendent, foolish men think that I, the unmanifest, am endowed with a manifest form.”

“Among thousands of men, one, here and there, strives for perfection; and of those who strive and succeed, one perchance knows Me in truth.”

“For him who is temperate in his food and recreation, temperate in his exertion at work, temperate in sleep and waking, yoga puts an end to all sorrows.”

“Never was there a time when I did not exist, nor you, nor these kings of men. Never will there be a time hereafter when any of us shall cease to be.”

“When a man has no attachment to the objects of the senses or to works, and when he has wholly renounced his will, he is said to have attained Yoga.”

“I am the origin of the entire universe and also its dissolution.
There exists nothing higher than me, all is strung on Me like a row of gems on a thread.”

“When the embodied soul has risen above the three Gunas of which its body is made, it gains deliverance from birth, death, old age, and pain and becomes immortal.”

“Yoga is hard to attain, I think, by a man who cannot control himself; but it can be attained by him who has controlled himself and who strives by right means.”

“Even as a person casts off worn-out clothes and puts on others that are new, so the embodied self casts off worn-out bodies and enters into others that are new.”

“The enjoyments that arise from contact with objects are the only source of pain. They have a beginning and an end, O son of Kunti, and the wise find no delight in them.”

“Being established in Yoga, O Dhananjaya, perform your actions, casting off attachment and remaining even-minded both in success and in failure. This evenness is called Yoga.”

“Even as the embodied self passes, in this body, through the stages of childhood, youth, and old age, so does it pass into another body. Calm souls are not bewildered by this.”

“A selfless man who has renounced the fruit of his action attains peace, born of steadfastness. But the man who is not selfless and who is led by desire is attached to the fruit and therefore bound.”

“The embodied soul who has subdued his senses, having renounced all actions with a discerning mind, dwells happily in the city of nine gates, neither working nor causing work to be done.”

“Notions of heat and cold, of pain and pleasure. arise, O son of Kunti, only from the contact of the senses with their objects. They come and go; they are impermanent, endure them, O Bharata.”

“If the embodied soul meets with death when Rajas prevails, it is born among those who are attached to action; and if it meets with death when Tamas prevails, it is born in the wombs of creatures devoid of reason.”

“He who is alike to foe and friends, unaltered in honor and dishonor; who is the same in cold and heat, in pleasure and pain; who is free from attachment, who is unchanged by praise and blame; who is silent, content with whatever he has, the homeless, firm of mind, and full of devotion-that man is dear to Me.”

“Shutting out all external objects; fixing the gaze of his eyes between his brows; equalizing the outward and inward breaths moving in the nostrils; controlling his senses, mind, and understanding; being ever bent on liberation; ridding himself of desire, fear, and anger – such a man of contemplation is indeed always free.”

“He who never hates any being and is friendly and compassionate to all, who is free from the feelings of “I” and “mine” and even-minded in pain and pleasure, who is forbearing, ever content, and steady in contemplation, who is self-controlled and possessed of firm conviction, and who has consecrated his mind and understanding to Me-dear to Me is the one who is thus devoted to Me.”

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