Srimad Bhagavadgita Sadhaka Sanjivani -Swami Ramsukhdas
Om tatsaditi srimadbhagaeadgitasupanisatsu brahmavidyayam
Thus with the words Om, Tat, Sat, the names to the Lord, in the Upanisad of the Bhagavadgita, the knowledge of Brahma; the Supreme, the scripture of Yoga, the dialogue between Sri Krsna and Arjuna, ends the third discourse, designated 'Karmayoga or the Discipline of Action'. This chapter is designated 'Karmayoga' (the Discipline of Action), because the Discipline of Action has not been described so clearly in any other chapter, as in this. Words, letters and Uvaca (said) in the Third Chapter </poem>
In this chapter, 'ra-gaga' being used, in the first quarter of first and thirty-seventh verses, and in the third quarter of eleventh verse, there is 'ra-vipula'; 'na-gaga being used in the first quarter of fifth verse there is 'na-vipula; bha-gaga' being _ used, in the first quarter of nineteenth, twenty-sixth and thirty-fifth and in the third quarter of eighth and twenty-first verses, there is 'bha-vipula; 'na-gaga and 'ra-gaga' being respectively, in the first and third quarter of the seventh verse there is 'sadktrna-vipula' metre. The remaining, thirty-three verses, have the characteristics of 'pathyavaktra' anustup metre.