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By Mahadeva Sastri Alladi

The textual content of the Gita as stated by means of Sankara has come down the centuries as the actual textual content and this remark of his has proved to be of seminal worth ever on the grounds that. Its translation into English by way of Sri Alladi Mahadeva Sastri has stood the try out of time due to the fact its first book in 1897, the one English translation of Sankara 's Gita Bhashya on hand for eighty years. The past due Pandit Mahadeva Sastri used to be Director, Oriental part Adyar Library, Curator, govt Oriental Library, Mysore and Fellow of the Theosophical Society. He has additionally translated Sankara's remark on Taittiriya Upanishad and Amritabindu, Dakshinamurti Stotra~ Pranava Vartika and Dakshinamurti
Upanishad in addition to modifying four out of five volumes of Minor Upanishads for the Adyar Library.

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V. 11) Elsewhere, after having said that' man attains perfectiqn by worshipping Him with his own duty' (xviii. " (xviii. 50). gita is that salvation is attained by knowledge alone, not by knowledge 11] 29 SANKHYA YOGA. conjoined with works.. That such is the teaching of the Gita. we shall shew here and there in the following sections according to the context. The Self is immortal. Now finding no means other than Self-knowledge for the deliverance of Arjuna who was thus confounded as to his duty and was deeply plunged in the mighty ocean of grief, Lord Vasudeva who wished to help him out of it introduced him to~ Self-knowledge in the following words:~~erra- " ' .

Nce--{A) 16-17] 31 SANKHYA YOGA. ' Therefore, there is no existence of the unreal, the fictitioussuch as the body and the pairs of opposites-or of their causes. Neither does the realĀ·-the Self (Atman)-ever cease to exist ; for, as already pointed out, our consciousness of the Self never fails. This conclusion--that the real is ever existent and the unreal is never existent-regarding the two, the Self and the non-Self, the real and the unreal, is always present before the minds of those who attend only to truth, to the real nature of the Brahman, the Absolute, the All, That!

Do fight, therefore, 0 descendant of Bharata. -The end. of such objects as the mirage consists in the cessation-as the result of investigation into their nature by proper tests of truth-of the idea of reality which has been associated with them. So also these bodies have an end. [No tautology is involved in the use of both 'eternal' and 'indestructible;' for, two kinds of eternality and of destruction are met with in our experience. The physical body, fer instance, entirely clisap:pearing when reduced to ashes, is 18} SANKHYA YOGA.

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