Bhagavad Gita -Madhvacharya 246

Bhagavad Gita -Sri Madhvacharya

(Bhashya and Tatparya Nirnaya)


Chapter 10
Vibhuti Yoga

Bhashya :- क– having pleasant form, पि - to nourish and ल is to absorb the worlds, hence कपिल:. प्रीति: is Love, सुखं is pleasure. k and आनन्द: meaning bliss are corresponding words. Similarly, प्राण is Brahman, कं is Brahman and खं is Brahman. “The Seer Kapila who knows throgh awareness what was born earlier, what is being born now, and what will be born hereafter, through immeasurable pleasure, through Bliss, through sustenance and through absorption, should be known as the Lord”, thus in Babhravya section.
31- 32 – 33 – 34 – 35 – 36. I am the wind among the purifiers, of the warriors, Rama am I, of the water-borne creatures, I am the alligator and of the rivers I am the Ganga. Of the creation, I am the beginning, the end and also the middle. O Arjuna. I am the science of the Self among the sciences, of the debates, I am the logic. sides. I am all-devouring Death (of the past) and also the Origin of that which is yet to come. Of the feminine, I am fame, splendour, speech, memory, intelligence and compassion. Of the hymns I am Brahat Saman, of the metres, Gayatri. Of the months, I am Margashirsha and of the seasons, I am the Spring. Among gambling I am deceit, I am the splendour among the splendoured ones, I am the success among effort and also nobilty of the noble.. Bhashya :- Being of the form of Bliss, being complete, being the delighter of the people, He is known as Rama. thus in Shandilya section - “Of the blissful form, unlimitable, from whom the world revels, He is Raama", thus in Shandilya section. र and अम is the root (र + अम = राम:).