Bhagavad Gita -Madhvacharya 222

Bhagavad Gita -Sri Madhvacharya

(Bhashya and Tatparya Nirnaya)


Chapter 9
Rajavidya-rajaguhya Yoga

6. As the mighty wind, moving ceaselessly abides ever in the space, in the same manner all the beings abide in Me.
Bhashya :- In Brahman, yet as if not in Brahman, as in the case though abiding in the space , not touched by air.
7. All beings, O Arjuna, return at the end of the cycle to nature which is My attribute, and at the beginning of the cycle again I send them forth.
Bhashya :- By way of clarification Sri Krishna speaks of the dissolution of all the beings.
8. Establishing in My own nature, I send forth again and again these multitudes of helpless beings under the control of the Nature.
Bhashya :- Just as one who is capable of walking takes the help of the stick, the Lord even though capable of creating the universe on His own, uses the Nature for that purpose. “Do not consider the Lord, who is repository of all the attributes, dependent like other beings on others”, thus in Moksha Dharma. “You are entitled to, know Me who is the repository of all the attributes”. ”Knowing the Supreme Lord through seven subtle forms and five subsidiary forms, the one who is equanimous goes to Supreme Brahman”. “The immeasurable power of the Supreme Lord does not get exhausted in any manner. “Even then taking the assistance of the Nature, be engages in Creation dissolution etc”, thus in Rigveda.