Gita Madhurya -Swami Ramsukhdas
Lord Krsna in the thirty-third and the thirty-fourth verses of the fourth chapter explained the superiority of the path of knowledge (wisdom) and exhorted Arjuna to gain knowledge. Then He explained the glory of the knowledge. After that He explained the importance of the worship of the Supreme, Who is attributeless and formless in the sixteenth and the seventeenth verses and from the twenty-fourth to the twenty-sixth verses of the fifth chapter, from the twenty-fourth to the twenty-eighth verses of the sixth chapter and from the eleventh to the thirteenth verses of the eighth chapter.
In the forty-seventh verse of the sixth chapter Ile explained the glory of the devotee. From the seventh chapter to the eleventh chapter He time and again through the terms 'aham' (I) and 'm tm' (Me) specially laid emphasis on the importance of the worship of God, Who is endowed with attributes and form and also is endowed with attributes but is formless. At last in the fifty-fourth and fifty-fifth verses of the eleventh chapter He glorified exclusive devotion and its fruit.