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Bg. 10.4-5
education pertains only to matter, and it is not accepted here as knowledge. Knowledge means knowing the distinction between spirit and matter. In modern education there is no knowledge about spirit Intelligence refers to the power to analyze things in their proper perspective, and knowledge refers to understanding what is spirit and what is matter. Ordinary knowledge obtained by a university ; they are simply taking care of the material elements and bodily needs. Therefore academic knowledge is not complete.
Bg. 18.22
The “knowledge” of the common man is always in the mode of darkness or ignorance because every living entity in conditional life is born into the mode of ignorance. One who does not develop knowledge through the authorities or scriptural injunctions has knowledge that is limited to the body. He is knowledge means the satisfaction of bodily demands. Such knowledge has no connection with the Absolute Truth. It is more or less like the knowledge of the ordinary animals: the knowledge of eating, sleeping
Bg. 18.63
The Lord has already explained to Arjuna the knowledge of brahma-bhūta. One who is in the brahma knowledge. Kṛṣṇa also discloses knowledge of the Supersoul. This is also Brahman knowledge, knowledge of Brahman, but it is superior.
Bg. 9.2
This knowledge is the king of education, the most secret of all secrets. It is the purest knowledge
Bg. 13.19
The Lord has described in summary the body, knowledge and the knowable. This knowledge is of three the science of knowledge. Perfect knowledge can be understood by the unalloyed devotees of the Lord items become one, but the devotees do not accept this. Knowledge and development of knowledge mean attain real knowledge. In other words, knowledge is nothing but the preliminary stage of
Bg. 4.38
When we speak of transcendental knowledge, we do so in terms of spiritual understanding. As such , there is nothing so sublime and pure as transcendental knowledge. Ignorance is the cause of our bondage, and knowledge is the cause of our liberation. This knowledge is the mature fruit of devotional service, and when one is situated in transcendental knowledge, he need not search for peace elsewhere , for he enjoys peace within himself. In other words, this knowledge and peace culminate in Kṛṣṇa consciousness. That is the last word in the Bhagavad-gītā.
Bg. 9.2
Vedānta-sūtra. So there is no dearth of knowledge in the field of philosophy or transcendental knowledge. Now the Lord says that this Ninth Chapter is the king of all such knowledge, the essence of all knowledge that can be derived from the study of the Vedas and different kinds of philosophy. It is the most confidential because confidential or transcendental knowledge involves understanding the difference between the soul and the body. And the king of all confidential knowledge culminates in devotional service.
Bg. 4.38
In this world, there is nothing so sublime and pure as transcendental knowledge. Such knowledge is service enjoys this knowledge within himself in due course of time.
Bg. 13.18
unmanifested. He is knowledge, He is the object of knowledge, and He is the goal of knowledge. He is situated in everyone’s heart.
Bg. 18.18
Knowledge, the object of knowledge, and the knower are the three factors that motivate action; the
Bg. 4
Transcendental Knowledge
Bg. 18.66
The Lord has described various kinds of knowledge and processes of religion – knowledge of the Supreme Brahman, knowledge of the Supersoul, knowledge of the different types of orders and statuses of social life, knowledge of the renounced order of life, knowledge of nonattachment, sense and mind