Bhagavad Gita -Madhvacharya 223

Bhagavad Gita -Sri Madhvacharya

(Bhashya and Tatparya Nirnaya)


Chapter 9
Rajavidya-rajaguhya Yoga

“Each of My attributes having their own innumerable attributes and innumerable forms”, thus in Bhagavat Puraana. “Why is He referred to as Brahman? Because He being Complete makes others also Complete”, thus in Atharva Veda. His power is Supreme and multifaced”, thus in scriptures. “Who can speak of the innumerable exploits ? Even the (four-faced) Brahma capable of counting the grains of dust, is unable to do”. “O Vishnu, no one can describe your attributes, neither the ancients nor the new comers”. “Prakriti (nature) being dependent, is said to be paradheena” . “You are verily the energizer of all the actions. Without expectation of assistance of Nature, You on your Power and own, all the fourteen worlds which are dependent on Nature, are created and destroyed by You”.
9. Not to Me do these actions bind, O Arjuna, I am indifferent and unattached by those actions.
Bhashya :- Appears indifferent, not indifferent. Unattached, thus Sri Krishna speaks. Neither known by speech nor engaged in actions, thus in scriptures. “Elements, performance of actions, Time and similarly the attributes of the beings - all these are due to Your grace. Without Your grace, they would be naught”, thus in Bhagavat Puraana. He who creates and destroys the universe effortlessly, how can there be any attachment to in His actions? This is the purport. “He does neither grow nor shrink by performance of actions. He who controls all actions, how can they bind Him ?”, thus in scriptures.