Yada Yada Hi Dharmasya is the beginning of the below Slokas or verses in the Bhagavad Gita
“ yadā yadā hi dharmasya
glānir bhavati bhārata
tadātmānaṁ sṛjāmy aham ”
Yada Yada Hi Dharmasya Means
Yada Yada Hi Dharmasya infers that whenever there is mounting of evil or the operations of evil, which can devastate the humanity, consequently God comes into the picture and rescues the mankind by killing the evil and try to reestablish the harmony and serenity. The God can appear in any form means to say either by an incarnation or a devotee who obtains the equivalent heights of God by performing his via ‘chitta-shuddhi’(meaning deep concentration).
Word to word meaning of the Yada Yada Hi Dharmasya:
Yada means whenever
Hi means absolutely
Dharmasya means of duty or religion
Glanir means collapse
Bhavati means is
Bharata means name of Arjuna called as the Bharat
Abhyutthanam means supremacy
Adharmasya means something irreligious( Dharma relates to religious)
Thada means at that moment
Atmanam means self
Sr Jami means manifests
Aham means I
Yada Yada Hi Dharmasya – Significance:
- Srjami is an important word in the Sloka. In this context, it cannot be used in the point of creation, because in consonance to the previous verse, there exists no creation of the God’s form or body, as all of the forms are continually existent. For that reason, srjami means that the God exhibits himself as he is. Despite the fact that the God comes into view as per schedule, particularly at the final stage of the Dwapara yuga of the 28th millennium of the 7th Manu in one day of Brahma, he doesn’t have any restrictions to obey the rules and regulations, because he is extensively free to execute in multiple ways as per his will.
- The Lord comes into the picture whenever it is found that the irreligious acts are dominating the true religious events. In Vedas, principles of Vedas are clearly mentioned and any conflicts in the subject of performing the rules of the Vedas improperly leads to irreligious acts.
- In Bhagavatam, these principles are treated as the laws of the God. the God can only produce a system of religion. Even the Vedas are greatly accepted as these are originally uttered by the Lord himself to Brahma. Hence, the principles of religion or dharma can be considered as the direct orders passed by the supreme, God.
- In Bhagavad gita, these principles are clearly stated in all the episodes of it. The main objective of the Vedas is to organize such principles according to the orders of the supreme. At the end of Bhagavad gita, ‘surrendering unto him only and nothing else ‘is the ultimate principle of the religion.
- These Vedic principles makes one to incline towards the surrender unto the supreme. If anything gets deviated in such principles because of the act of the demons then Lord comes into the view and balance the imbalances.
- It is believed that the Lord Buddha is another form(incarnation) of Lord Krishna according to the texts of the Bhagavatam. Lord Buddha came into existence when the materialism was in an uncontrolled state and freethinkers were using the pretext of the authority of the Vedas.
- In Spite of some obligatory rules and regulations on animal sacrifice for few specific purposes in the Vedas, people of maniacal impulse took animal sacrifice granted without any look on specifications stated in the Vedic principles. Lord Buddha involved in this matter and stopped the ridiculousness and created the Vedic principles of nonviolence. This clearly explains that each and every incarnation of the almighty has a specific purpose of existence that are mentioned in the disclosed scriptures. Not necessarily in India, Lord may appear on any soil.
- The Lord can incarnate himself at anytime and anywhere as per his desire in the form of a son or send a representative or a servant or himself in an unrecognized form. In his every incarnation, the objective will be same, make people follow the principles of religion and surrender to the almighty.
- All the principles of the Bhagavad Gita were spoken to Arjuna, as he was an exceptional thinker when compared to other people on the stage. In each and every incarnation of the Lord, the same principles are delivered which appear to be low-level and high-level in varied situations. The main agenda of spreading these principles is to induce that Lord Krishna is everywhere and is the reason for the creation.