- Ahameva param tatvam. अहमेव परम तत्त्वं । The Lord said that He was the Ultimate God or Paramatman.
- Darsanam bheda eva cha. धर्सनम भेद एव च। Siddhantam or Philosophy is not Advaitam, but based on the separate entities of Achit, Chit and Iswara. Understanding all the three as one, was wrong.
- Upayeti prapattisyat. उपायेती प्रपत्तिस्याद। Means to reach the Lord was Ultimate surrender or saranagati.
- Antima smriti varjanam. अंतिम स्मृति वर्जनं। Such persons who have surrendered to Him, need not remember the Lord at the last moments in the death bed, to get Moksham.
- Dehavasane muktisyad. देहावसाने मुक्तिस्याद । Moksham will be granted when the body with which he surrendered, is cast off after death, in this birth itself; he need not have to wait for all papa or sins to be expended.
- Poornacahrya samasrya: पूर्णचार्य समाश्रय: Swami Ramanuja should seek Swami Periya Nambi [महा पूर्णा] as his Acharya.
na tu mam sakyase drastum
divyam dadami te caksuh
pasya me yogam aishvaram
"But you cannot see Me with your present eyes. Therefore I give you divine eyes. Behold My mystic opulence!"
The Lord says that He was to offer Arjuna with Divine eyes. Te = to you [Arjuna], divyam = Divine, caksu = eyes or eyesight, dadami = [I, Sri Krishna, am going to] give. Pasya = look [ with such Divine gift], me = My [Sri Krishna's], yogam aishvaram = auspicious qualities, divinely beautiful image, everything without exception contained in the Body, Magnificent Power and Infinite Capacity. Arjuna got the doubt: couldn't he see with the eyes he had? The eyes we have, have limited powers. Was he not seeing Sri Krishna? No, they were not enough to see Viswaroopam. This is explained in the First Two lines of the sloka. Mam = I [Sri Krishna], aneana = with these, sva-caksusa = your [Arjuna's] [ordinary] eyes, drasyam = viewing [the Viswaroopam], na sakyase = not possible. Arjuna would not be able to see with the physical eyes he had. But he could see the Lord in His divine form, with the help of the Divine eyes, the Lord was about to grant. We know that Swami Koorathalwan, to save this sampradaya, lost his eyes. Swami Ramanuja ordered him, to go to Sri Devaraja, and pray to get his lost eyes. Reluctantly, Swami Koorathalwan arrived at Kanchi and composed a beautiful poem Sri Varadaraj Sthavam. He prayed the Lord to show Him. The Lord appeared and enquired what he wanted. Unwilling to ask for the lost eyes and at the same time to obey Swami Ramanuja's order, Swami Koorathalwan requested the Lord to grant hin eyes with which he could see only the Lord and Swami Ramanuja. The Lord also granted Moksham to all his relatives. And, as prayed by Swami Koorathalwan, the traitor Naluran [நாலூரான்], who helped the King to summon and remove eyes for not complying with King's order, also was granted Moksham. It is therefore, evident that only with His grace, one can ever see Him, whether in Viswaroopam or in temples in Archa form. We have to take efforts to get His blessings.