Bhagavadgeeta Verse 2.25
अव्यक्तः अयं अचिन्त्यः अयं अविकार्यः अयं उच्यतॆ
तस्मात् एवं विदित्वा एनं न अनुशॊचितुं अर्हसि ॥ २.२५ ॥
ಅವ್ಯಕ್ತಃ ಅಯಂ ಅಚಿಂತ್ಯಃ ಅಯಂ ಅವಿಕಾರ್ಯಃ ಅಯಂ ಉಚ್ಯತೇ
ತಸ್ಮಾತ್ ಏವಂ ವಿದಿತ್ವಾ ಏನಂ ನ ಅನುಶೋಚಿತುಂ ಅರ್ಹಸಿ || ೨.೨೫ ||
avyaktaH ayaM achiMtyaH ayaM avikAryaH ayaM uchyatE
tasmAt EvaM viditvA EnaM na anushOchituM arhasi || 2.25 ||
He is un-manifest; He is incomprehensible; He is not changeable; He is so described by the Shrutis. Therefore it is not fit for you to grieve, having known this (soul) to be such,
The eternal existence of the soul being established on the threefold ground that the soul is not destructible – (1) by the interruption of the relation of the Lord whose image he is, (2) by the curses or boons, (3) by the action of weapons; you knowing the jeeva to be eternal, etc., there is no reason for you to grieve for him.
ayaM avyaktaH = Shri Hari is subtle and invisible
ayaM achiMtyaH = He is beyond human contemplation of mind
ayaM avikAryaH = He is always the same without any change
uchyatE = told so in Vedic authorities
tasmAt EnaM EvaM viditvA anushOchituM na arhasi = Therefore jIva is eternal (being pratibimba of Shri Hari). having thus understood, there is no reason to feel sorrow over it and it is NOT fit to feel sorrrow over the soul.
tasmAt = Therfore having understood that Shri Hari alone is independent and gives moksha by removing all sorrow.
EnaM = That BhagavAn
EvaM = Likewise (He is avyakta)
viditvA anushOchituM na arhasi = Having understood Shri Hari like this, if the dharmic war is fought, Arjuna is not fit for sorrow f material world, i.e. he will attain Moksha.
1. Why is Paramatma NOT sBlogger: Tatvavaada Philosophy – Create Posteen even though He is all pervasive. This is answered as avyakta, he is subtle.
2. How is it possible for Shri hari to have a body then? He is achiMtyaH, beyond human mind.
3. Can His achiNtyashakti be destroyed anytime? This is answered as He is avikAryaH, unchanging.