[Advaita-l] Sanskrit contradicts

anil aggrwal aaggarwal at wi.rr.com
Sat Dec 3 12:15:13 CST 2011

The first one is more true

Anil Aggarwal

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Dear fellow virtual Advaitins,

I have found two opposing translations of Bhagavad Gita VII,24. I am not a
Sanskritist and would appreciate some philological insightsufficient to
humble a BhaktiVedanta devotee in the airport.

"Those who lack discrimination, not knowing my limitless,changeless nature
beyond which there is nothing greater, look upon me who isformless as one
endowed with a manifest form. " -Swami Dayananda

"The unintelligent, unaware of My supreme state which isimmutable and
unsurpassable, think of Me as the unmanifest that has becomemanifest. "
-Swami Gambhirananda

At your collective feet,
MichaelChandra Shekar Cohen
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