Bhagavad Gita -Madhvacharya 185

Bhagavad Gita -Sri Madhvacharya

(Bhashya and Tatparya Nirnaya)


Chapter 7
Jnyaana vijnyaana Yoga

It is not only that entire creation is subservient to the supreme Lord, but that they are all forms of his splendour. The Supremacy is because of the splendour and because of that being the established cause, supreme Lord being the enjoyer as well as the illuminator.
As the creator, destroyer, overseer, energizer all the things that can be thought, even though unknowable to speech - thus He is eulogized. Again the Seers praised Him as the enjoyer of all, as entirety, even of the future enjoyments, unimaginable power, the enjoyment becoming hise, thus in Narada Puraana.
Tatparya Nirnaya :- Gross and Subtle are the two-fold forms of Prakriti. Endowed with the three attributes (satva-raja-tama), the subtle Consciousness, Sri Devi is the beloved of Sri Hari. Both these forms being subservient to Sri Vishnu, cause the world to be created. Sri Vishnu is Father of the world and Sri, the subtle consciousness, is the mother. Energized by the creative energy of Sri Vishnu, the world is created through her.
7. O Arjuna, there is nothing else superior to Me. By Me alone are all these woven like pearls on the string.
Bhashya :- I, alone am the Supreme Principle and there is none else. This is the wisdom.