by Ramchandra Keshav Bhagwat | 1954 | 284,137 words | ISBN-10: 8185208123 | ISBN-13: 9788185208121
This is verse 10.12 of the Jnaneshwari (Bhavartha-Dipika), the English translation of 13th-century Marathi commentary on the Bhagavad-Gita.—The Dnyaneshwari (Jnaneshwari) brings to light the deeper meaning of the Gita which represents the essence of the Vedic Religion. This is verse 12 of the chapter called Vibhuti-yoga.
Commentary called Jnaneshwari by Jnaneshwar:
Oh God, thou art indeed the Supreme Brahman, the haven of rest, where-unto return these primeval great elements of the world, and, Oh Lord of the world, Thou art the holiest of holies. Thou art the Supreme Deity of the triad (God Brahmadeva, Vishnu, and Mahesh). Thou art Thyself the Supreme Soul absolute, eternally standing behind the veil of Prakriti. Now, have I seen the truth that thou art the Master of the Universe, uncreate and self-existent, whom birth and decay touch not. Clearly indeed has the vision gleamed on my mind that Thou art the great Being that pulls the strings of past, present and future time, the guardian spirit of all that throbs with life, and of the entire sphere of the Universe.