sattvam sukhe sanjayati
rajah karmani bharata
jnanam avrtya tu tamah
pramade sanjayaty uta
"O son of Bharata, the mode of goodness conditions one to happiness; passion conditions one to fruitive action; and ignorance, covering one’s knowledge, binds one to madness."
Sanjayati = propels. Each quality propels us in something. Satvam propels in sukham or comfort. Though earlier Two effects, Gyana and Ananda were mentioned, Gyana is pursued to have Ananda or comfort. Rajas quality propels into action. Lust, passion and love make person to act and so action is important in rajo quality. Tamah tu = while tamo quality, jnanam = Gyana or intellect, avrtya = is covered or hidden [from seeing the true nature of matters]. This results in pramade = carelessness. All our prescribed actions will be done improperly. Carelessness is more severe than laziness and sleep. All the Three qualities propel us in their respective effects [satva in sukham, rajas in activities and tamas in carelessness] and the associated actions perpetuate us in samsaram. To get out of these, worshiping Sri Amrutavalli Thayar and Sri Kalyana Madhava, is the only way. We will now take leave of this temple.