|Thou knowest the
arguments of Yoga
but the mind is clouded. Thou know this: except through supreme devotion, there is no
liberation. Entire virtue remains hidden within the name of Rama; This is the final
message of all theSastras. The name of the Lord devoutly taken is the sole religion of the
Kali era. We know of it but grasp not the essence, Says Sankara, transient is this body;
Never again wilt thou gain this; Cast off all pride of action and think of the feet of
Hari With the sole devotion of thy heart.
has prescribed certain qualifications necessary for a real Bhakta. He must possess the
qualities of sympathy, beneficence, forgiveness, softness of heart and complete mastery
over his passions. He seems to have laid more emphasis on the control of the senses. This
has been clearly explained in his Balichalan.