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Ramanuja's commentry on the ninth chapter of bhagavathgita

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Ramanuja commenting on the text has the following elaboration of its import;
God is equal towards all beings irrespective of caste, form, nature and knowledge. No one is discarded by him on grounds of caste, form, nature and knowledge. He does not refuse one on these grounds. He only cares for the loving surrender on the part of the devotee. If that all-important condition is fulfilled and the devotee feels himself incapable of living apart from worship of him, as an end in itself, whatever the other merits or demerits from the world's point of view, he is granted life in god on a footing of equality with the object of his worship.

with regards
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