ya ete pitr-devanam
sastrena caksusa veda
jana-stho ’pi na muhyati
yah—one who; ete—on this path (as recommended above); pitr-devanam—known as pitr-yana and deva-yana; ayane—on this path; veda-nirmite—recommended in the Vedas; sastrena—by regular study of the scriptures; caksusa—by enlightened eyes; veda—is fully aware; jana-sthah—a person situated in a material body; api—even though; na—never; muhyati—is bewildered.
Even though situated in a material body, one who is fully aware of the paths known as pitr-yana and deva-yana, and who thus opens his eyes in terms of Vedic knowledge, is never bewildered in this material world.
Acaryavan puruso veda: one who is guided by the bona fide spiritual master knows everything as stated in the Vedas, which set forth the standard of infallible knowledge. As recommended in Bhagavad-gita, acaryopasanam: one must approach the acarya for real knowledge. Tad-vijnanartham sa gurum evabhigacchet: [MU
“To understand these things properly, one must humbly approach, with firewood in hand, a spiritual master who is learned in the Vedas and firmly devoted to the Absolute Truth.”
[Mundaka Upanisad 1.2.12]
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