Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 4 - Verse 38

na hi jnanena sadrisham pavitram iha vidyate
tat svayam yoga-samsiddhah kalenatmani vindati

Translation: 

There is nothing as pure as knowledge in this world. In due course, one who is perfect in yoga realizes this.

Translation: 
Commentary: 
As per the understanding of advanced students and masters of Bhagavad-gita, Shri Krishna’s instruction in verse thirty-four is that one should try to understand the truth by approaching a tattva-darshi, one who has seen the truth, with an attitude of submissive inquiry (pariprashna) and service (seva). Being satisfied by such submissive inquiry and service, the tattva-darshi will instruct and initiate the disciple in the sacred science of yoga. In other words, Krishna is telling Arjuna that to know the truth he must approach a spiritual master (guru) and become his disciple. ...continue reading »

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