Namaskaar. We move on to Verse #3 of the GITA DHYANA SHLOKAS with commentary by Smt. Jaya Row.
Salutations to Krsna, the Parijata (fulfiller of all desires) to those who take refuge in Him, the milker of the Gita-nectar, the holder of the cane in one hand and jnana mudra in the other.
This verse is a tribute to Lord Krsna, the guru in the Bhagavad Gita, who took Arjuna, from a hopeless situation to a state of inspiration. Salutation is paid to Krsna because of the manner in which he took Arjuna out of his state of despondency. Full of love, affection, friendship and sincerity. Yet, never did he order Arjuna to follow his advice. He simply put forth eternal principles, gave his opinion when asked and gave Arjuna the complete freedom to choose his path of action. Continue reading