[Advaita-l] Discussion on Bhagavat Gita

Suresh mayavaadi at yahoo.com
Sat May 10 07:11:53 CDT 2008

Dear Friends,

Sorry for the long gap in posting. 

Here's another verse, which is quite popular and often
viSayA vinivartante

nirAhArasya dehinaH

rasa-varjam raso 'py asya

param dRSTvA nivartate

I'll be honest. The words make sense individually, but
as a verse, it's quite difficult to understand. Any
insights will be appreciated. If the words from 'raso'
to 'nivartate' mean 'Seeing the Supreme, even his
taste ceases,' how is the rest interpreted?


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