Bhagavad Gita -Madhvacharya 207

Bhagavad Gita -Sri Madhvacharya

(Bhashya and Tatparya Nirnaya)


Chapter 8
Aksharabrahma Yoga

Tataprya Nirnaya :- Further when the words accompanied with sacrifice along with the elements which are useful to the creatures – अधिभूतादि, are used for attaining the wisdom of Sri Vishnu alone, why should there be any doubt about others being Brahman? When it is established that the Supreme Immutable is primarily Sri Vishnu alone, the doubt is dispelled. Since both „I am the अधियज्ञ and „saadhiyajnya‟ (along with adhiyajnya) have been mentioned, there is a possible doubt of separation of the Lord and the Supreme Sacrifice. For removal of such doubt it is mentioned that He is the indweller of all the creatures, whereby He also becomes the material cause of the Supreme Sacrifice also.
As the indweller in the bodies of creatures, Sri Vishnu is known as adhiyajnya; He alone in his all-pervading nature is celebrated as Brahman, by His additional nature of sacrifice, of effervescence, in principle the Supreme Lord is known as Supreme Self. The creation of the Gross elements and the Jiva is said to the act of the Sri Hari. Since Jivas are superior among the all, the creatures, they are also known as adhibhoota. The superior divinity is Sri Vishnu, hence Sri Rama establishing herself in His heart. is known as adhidaivata by the human beings” thus in Tattva Viveka text.
For the query – “What is the form of adhiyajnya ? I, verily, am the One having shown the marks in this manner, all doubts are removed.