23. Is the Way of Worship written in Gita sufficient?

23. Is the Way of Worship written in Gita sufficient?

Is the way of worship to attain salvation mentioned in Bhagavad Gita?

Question: -  We do not even know which knowledge in Bhagavad Gita is for attainment of salvation. We have read Gita, but not understood it. The way of worship which our religious gurus have advised, we have been doing it with devotion. The way of worship contrary to the scriptures that has been prevalent for years seems to be true to all the devotees. Is the way of worship written in Gita sufficient?

Answer: - In Gita, only the way of worship upto the level of Brahm has been mentioned. For complete salvation, one will have to worship Param Akshar Brahm. The complete method is not present in Bhagavad Gita; there is only an indication.

Like, in Gita Chapter 17 Verse 23, it is stated that - “For the attainment of Sachidanand Ghan Brahm i.e. Param Akshar Brahm, there is instruction of this mantra “Om Tat Sat”. It is chanted (repeatedly remembered) in three ways. In this mantra, “Om”, which is a mantra of Kshar Purush i.e. Brahm, is clear, but the mantra of “Par Brahm” (Akshar Purush) is “Tat” which is coded; only a Tatvadarshi saint tells it to a disciple. “Sat” this mantra is of Purna Brahm (Param Akshar Brahm) and is coded; this also is only told by a Tatvadarshi saint to a disciple. A Tatvadarshi saint has the path of complete salvation with him that is not even in the Vedas, neither in Gita, nor in Purans, nor in any Upnishad. Gita and Ved are helpful in proving the authenticity of Tatvagyan. The way of worship that is in Vedas and Gita is also in Tatvagyan. Not only Sukshmved i.e. Tatvagyan has the way of worship of the Vedas and Gita, but apart from that it also has the way of worship of complete salvation.

For example, the curriculum of tenth class is not wrong, but is incomplete. In the curriculum of B.A., M.A, the knowledge of tenth class is there as well as beyond it. Consider this to be the difference in the knowledge of Vedas, Gita and Sukshm Ved.