Bhagavad Gita -Madhvacharya 247

Bhagavad Gita -Sri Madhvacharya

(Bhashya and Tatparya Nirnaya)


Chapter 10
Vibhuti Yoga

37 – 38. Of the Vrishnis, I am Vasudeva, of the Pandavas, I am Arjuna, of the sages, I am Vyasa and of the poets, I am Ushana. Among the chastisers, I am the rod; of the seekers of success I am the conduct. Among the mystics, I am Silence and among the, wise, I am the Awareness.
Bhashya :- Envelops all, the goal of all, abides in all, therefore वासु:. The meaning of the word देव has been explained earlier. Enveloping the entire world, I illuminate like the rays of the Sun. Being indweller in all the creatures, I am वासुदेव.
Being especially in all the things as the best, he is Vyasa”, thus in Moksha Dharma text. “He is Vyasa , vaIit means the best. He is above, below, in the west as well as in the east, in the south and in the north as well”, thus, in Agniveshya section. “Whatever we see or hear in the world, internally and externally, enveloping on all quarters Narayan is established” thus also having been clarified.
39 – 40. Whatever seed or existence may there be, I am That One, O Arjuna. There never ever exists anything ever without Me whether moving or non-moving. There exists no end to My Divine Manifestations, O Arjuna. What has been declared by Me, is only by way of illustration of My infinite resplendence.
Bhashya :- Without Me, there is nothing that exists. Of universal form, of endless goal, of endless manifestations, of endless descents, verily, (I am) the endless One, thus, in Moksha Dharma Text.