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यो मामेवमसम्मूढो जानाति पुरुषोत्तमम्।

स सर्वविद्भजति मां सर्वभावेन भारत।।15.19।।

Sanskrit Commentary By Sri Ramanuja

।।15.19।।यः एवम् उक्तेन प्रकारेण पुरुषोत्तमं माम् असंमूढो जानाति? क्षराक्षरपुरुषाभ्याम् अव्ययस्वभावतया व्यापनभरणैश्वर्यादियोगेन च विसजातीयं जानाति? स सर्ववित् मत्प्राप्त्युपायतया यद् वेदितव्यं तत् सर्वं वेद। भजति मां सर्वभावेन ये च मत्प्राप्त्युपायतया मद्भजनप्रकारा निर्दिष्टाः तैः च सर्वैः भजनप्रकारैः मां भजते।सर्वैः मद्विषयैः वेदनैः मम या प्रीतिः या च मम सर्वैः मद्विषयैः भजनैः उभयविधा सा प्रीतिः अनेन वेदनेन मम जायते।इति एतत् पुरुषोत्तमत्ववेदनं पूजयति।

English Translation of Ramanuja's Sanskrit Commentary By Swami Adidevananda

15.19 He who, without delusion, knows the Supreme Person as Myself, as already stated, i.e., knows Me, as differing in kind from the perishable and the imperishable Persons, because of My being immutable and because of My being distinguished from them as pervading, supporting and ruling etc., by nature - such a devotee knows all. He knows all that is to be known as the means of attaining Me. He worships Me in 'every way,' i.e., whatever ways of worshipping Me have been prescribed as the means of attaining Me, he worships Me by all these modes of worship. Whatever love is evoked in Me towards one approaching Me by all forms of knowledge having Me for their object, and whatever love is roused up in Me towards those who practise various modes of worship having Me for their object - all that in a unified form is generatd in Me towards one who has the knowledge of Me as described. Now, Sri Krsna eulogises this knowledge of the Supreme Person:

English Translation Of Sri Shankaracharya's Sanskrit Commentary By Swami Gambirananda

15.19 Bharata, O scion of the Bharata dynasty; yah, he who; asammudhah, being free from delusion; janati, knows; mam, Me, God, having the aforesaid alifications; purusottamam, the supreme Person; evam, thus, in the way described, as 'I am this One'; sah, he; is sarva-vit, all-knowing- he knows everything through self-identification with all-, i.e. (he becomes) omniscient; and bhajati, adores; mam, Me, existing in all things; sarva-bhavena, with his whole being, i.e. with his mind fixed on Me as the Self of all. Now then, having stated in this chapter the knowledge of the real nature of the Lord, which has Liberation as its fruit, it is being euligized: