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Bhagavad Gita Chapter 10 Verse 11

भगवद् गीता अध्याय 10 श्लोक 11

तेषामेवानुकम्पार्थमहमज्ञानजं तमः।
नाशयाम्यात्मभावस्थो ज्ञानदीपेन भास्वता।।10.11।।

हिंदी अनुवाद - स्वामी रामसुख दास जी ( भगवद् गीता 10.11)

।।10.11।।उन भक्तोंपर कृपा करनेके लिये ही उनके स्वरूप (होनेपन) में रहनेवाला मैं उनके अज्ञानजन्य अन्धकारको देदीप्यमान ज्ञानरूप दीपकके द्वारा सर्वथा नष्ट कर देता हूँ।

Rudra Vaishnava Sampradaya - Commentary

After bestowing the divine spark of spiritual intelligence the Supreme Lord Krishna residing within as paramatma the Supreme Soul makes sure it remains steady until His exclusive devotee eradicates all nescience and achieves atma tattva or realisation of their eternal soul and subsequent moksa or liberation from the material existence and samsara being the perpetual cycle of birth and death. This is what is meant by the words anukampa- artham which means He shows them special mercy out of great compassion for their devotion, the Supreme Lord blesses them and by His Grace all the darkness of material existence is illuminated. By what means is this accomplished and how is this done? Lord Krishna anticipating such a query speaks the words atma-bhava-stho meaning situated within their etheric heart as paratmatma, He illuminates their consciousness with the glowing radiance of spiritual knowledge.

Brahma Vaishnava Sampradaya - Commentary

Shri Vaishnava Sampradaya - Commentary

It is due to the loving compassion felt by the Supreme Lord Krishna for those persons who dedicate and devote their lives to Him that He is always manifest in their hearts and minds as the paramount object of their thoughts and plans and activities, accompanied by the realisation of His transcendental qualities and attributes. The words jnana-dipena meaning the radiant light of knowledge is verily Lord Krishna Himself in all their thoughts. Tamah or the darkness of ignorance to which beings are continuously subjected to is due to past and present karma or the reactions to ones actions. This tamah and karma are extremely antagonistic to spiritual intelligence and produce the desire for things material and temporary instead of things spiritual and eternal which lead to Lord Krishna; but for His devotees He dispels their tamah and dissolves their karma. Having comprehended the qualities, attributes and character of the Supreme Lord Krishna regarding His vibhuti or phenomenal, transcendental potencies manifesting throughout all of creation and His yoga or the science of the individual consciousness attaining communion with His ultimate consciousness, eternally. This knowledge will mature into appreciation which will evolve into bhakti or exclusive loving devotion for Him and subsequently unlimited bliss will naturally arise within the hearts and minds of His devotees.

Kumara Vaishnava Sampradaya - Commentary

It is due to the loving compassion felt by the Supreme Lord Krishna for those persons who dedicate and devote their lives to Him that He is always manifest in their hearts and minds as the paramount object of their thoughts and plans and activities, accompanied by the realisation of His transcendental qualities and attributes. The words jnana-dipena meaning the radiant light of knowledge is verily Lord Krishna Himself in all their thoughts. Tamah or the darkness of ignorance to which beings are continuously subjected to is due to past and present karma or the reactions to ones actions. This tamah and karma are extremely antagonistic to spiritual intelligence and produce the desire for things material and temporary instead of things spiritual and eternal which lead to Lord Krishna; but for His devotees He dispels their tamah and dissolves their karma. Having comprehended the qualities, attributes and character of the Supreme Lord Krishna regarding His vibhuti or phenomenal, transcendental potencies manifesting throughout all of creation and His yoga or the science of the individual consciousness attaining communion with His ultimate consciousness, eternally. This knowledge will mature into appreciation which will evolve into bhakti or exclusive loving devotion for Him and subsequently unlimited bliss will naturally arise within the hearts and minds of His devotees.