There is compassion on the banks of the river. Vinob says the minds of those who live there are the same. It is difficult to object if it is said that there is compassion depending on the condition of the river. But the similarity of the river here has to be seen from a slightly different angle.
The visible comparison to Vinoba is like a river. Its turns are beautiful and it looks like the river has become a ‘river’ by the time Vinob arrives. At this level it can be compared to the Brahmaputra. The true equivalent is the Brahmaputra. So in the tradition the word samyoga has two meanings. There are also two shades in the old and new old sense. The first shadow, the cold-heat, the joy-sorrow, the disgrace-shame, the praise-condemnation, whatever you face, is to not disturb the peace and balance of your mind. This state of mind is also known as ‘synergy’. At the level of the explorer, this equivalent intellect is required. The importance of such an egalitarian mindset is stated in Gita.
Keep in joy and sorrow
You can afford it all
They are infinite (vv. 2-14)
This is the Marathi version of the verse ‘Matrasparsasthu Kaunteya’. Positive and unfavorable pains regain joy and sorrow. While performing the duty, however, one should not consider the positive and the negative based on the judgment of the senses. Because these feelings are enough. The second meaning is to perform the supreme Bhagavad Gita. There is also mention in the song.
Surrendered after taking many births
Vasudev St. is very rare in the world.
(Gitai A. 7-19)
All the narrators of the song agree on these two meanings. It should be noted that Lokmanya used two terms ‘Samayayog Varnan’ and ‘Samatva Buddhi’ for this role. This similarity in Vedopanishat is not limited to the ideological level, but is limited to personal means. Periodically occupied an important place as personal learning and the highest principle. The two verses in the above verse confirm this.
The sadhu tradition expanded the social meaning of this egalitarian intelligence. In doing so, he did not regard the principle as an obstacle. Extends the opposite principle. The performance of Bhagwat and the commentators in this regard is very important. For example, we can see the very proud Pasaydana in the fifth section of BJ Bhagwat and the protest goes to Acharya Ramanuja on the untouchable concept in the Gandhiji Ashram vrata. This ‘Sarita’ was joined intact so Vinoba was able to give a new meaning to the combination. Bhagwat holding her mercy as she hoisted her arrows. He developed this philosophy throughout his life through study, meditation, contemplation and precise behavior. It is no coincidence that comparisons appear in the Vinoba song.
– Atul Sulakhe