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32. The Giver of Knowledge of Gita calls himself Immortal in Chapter 4 Verse 6

Question: - In Gita Chapter 4 Verse 6, the Speaker of Gita has stated that despite being unborn and also being immortal and also being the Lord of all the living beings, I appear by my Yog Maya. In this, Shri Krishna is calling himself the immortal God of all the living beings. He has also called himself as unborn.

Answer: Kaal Brahm has delivered the knowledge of Gita by entering into the body of Shri Krishna. There is no role of Shri Krishna. The Speaker of the knowledge of Gita is Kaal Brahm. The Speaker of Gita has stated that all the living beings that are under me in my twenty-one brahmands, I am their Supreme God. This evidence is also given in Gita Chapter 15 Verse 18 that the Speaker of Gita has said that based on the folklore (hearsay), I am famous as Purushottam (Supreme God) in my twenty-one brahmands because I am superior to the embodied living beings and the immortal soul who are under me in my twenty-one brahmands. In reality, Purushottam (Supreme God) is someone else who is mentioned in Gita Chapter 15 Verse 17.

In Gita Chapter 4 Verse 6, it is stated that I (ajH) am unborn, that is, I am not born like you. I appear by my (leela) divine act. Like, in Gita Chapter 10, he had shown the Viraat form. Then He has said that (Avyayatma) my soul is immortal.

Then he has said that (Sambhavami) I take birth (Aatmmayya) by my divine act.

Here, taking birth is mentioned because this Kaal Brahm dies after one yug of Akshar Purush. Then at that time, one Brahmand is destroyed. Then all the souls go to another brahmand. Even the soul of Kaal Brahm goes there. There he again acquires a young body. Similarly, Goddess Durga dies. Then she also acquires a young body along with Kaal. This is a rule of Param Akshar Brahm (Satya Purush). Then in that new brahmand, both of them in the form of husband-wife give rise to new Rajgun-equipped Brahma, Satgun-equipped Vishnu and Tamgun-equipped Shiv. Then the sequence of creation commences in that Brahmand. In this way, this Kaal Brahm dies and is born by divine act. It is also clear in Gita Chapter 4 Verse 9, in which the Speaker of Gita has stated that my births and actions are supernatural. In reality, he is mortal. The soul of all the living beings is also immortal. Your Mahamandleshwars, Acharyas and Shankaracharyas do not have any knowledge. Therefore, because of not understanding the precious holy books properly, they narrate folklores (baseless stories). You may see in this Gita Chapter 4 Verse 5 that the Speaker of Gita is himself saying that – Oh Arjun! You and I have had several births. I know them all; you do not know.’ Its meaning has been explained above. The meaning of Sambhavat is to take birth.

Evidence: - It is also mentioned in Yajurved Chapter 40 Mantra 10 that – Some consider God to (Sambhavaat) take birth like Ram and Krishna; some consider Him to (Asambhavaat) not take birth and be formless, that is, listen to the Tatvdarshi Saints who impart true knowledge. They will tell whether God is born or not. In reality, God is Self-existent. He has never taken birth, neither will. There is no question of death. On the other hand, the speaker of Gita is himself saying that – “I take birth and die. I am not immortal. ‘Param Akshar Brahm’ is immortal.”

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