Bhagavad Gita -Madhvacharya 144

Bhagavad Gita -Sri Madhvacharya

(Bhashya and Tatparya Nirnaya)


Chapter 4
Jnyaana Yoga

34 - 35. Know That Essence from the Wise, the seers of That Truth, by humble reverence, by repeated inquiry and by service, who will (then) communicate to you that Wisdom. Knowing which you, O Pandava, will never again be deluded in this manner. For by this you shall perceive all the beings in Self and them in Me.
Bhashya :- his mind. Therefore, the words, येन ज्ञानेव – by which awareness are used in verse to instruct Arjuna. By which Wisdom perceiving all the selves in divine Self, your delusion will be destroyed.
Tatparya Nirnaya :- Knowledge along with Wisdom, thus saying Sri Krishna intitaes.
36 – 37 - 38. Even if among all the demeritorious ones you are the worst, even then you will cross over the demerits by this raft of Wisdom. Even as the kindled fire reduces all fuel to ashes, even so, O Arjuna, does the fire of Wisdom turns to ashes all the actions. Nothing is similar here to the purity of Wisdom. That will be known by one who is established in Equanimity, in course of time in his Self.
Bhashya :- Here in these three verses the Wisdom is praised again.