Chapter-4. ( Jnana-karma-sanyasa-yogam )
Slokam-20. ( After giving up desire / attachment for fruitive results, always satisfied, indifferent to external phenomena, he, in spite of being engaged in activities , does not do anything at all. )
tyaktva karma-phalasamgam nitya-trpto nirasrayah,
karmany abhipravrttopi naiva kincit karoti sah.
karma-phalasamgam tyaktva = having given up the desire / attachment for the fruits / results/gains;
nitya-trptah = always being satisfied ( in the inner satisfaction/ atmanandam);
nirasrayah = not depending anything else;
sah karmani = he, in his activities;
abhipravrttah api = being fully engaged in spite of;
kincit na karoti eva = certainly does not do anything.
Now Lord Krishna speaks about the non-binding effects that the actions of the spiritually intelligent insure. They are without egoism and unattached to the doership of actions. Being completely satisfied by the …