tasmad ajnana sambhutam hrit-stham jnanasinatmanah
chittvainam samshayam yogam atishthottishtha bharata
ॐ तिदित ीमहाभारते शतसाहां संिहतायां
वैयािसां भीपवािण ीमगवीतासूपिनष
िवायां योगशाे ीकाजनसंवादे
brahma-vidyayam yoga-shastre shri krishnarjuna-samvade
jnana-yogo nama caturtho’dhyayah
Therefore, O Bharata, with the sword of knowledge slash these doubts of yours that have arisen out of ignorance within your heart. Taking shelter of the process of yoga, stand and fight! om tat saditi shri-mahabharate-shata-sahasryam samhitayam OM TAT SAT – Thus ends Chapter Four entitled Jnana Yoga from the conversation between Shri Krishna and Arjuna in the Upanishad known as Shrimad Bhagavad-gita, the yoga-shastra of divine knowledge, from the Bhishma-parva of Mahabharata, the literature revealed by Vyasa in one hundred thousand verses.