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This is part of Pandit Motilal Shastri's volumes on Gitavijnana-bhashya. Shastriji based this small volume on his guru, Pandit Madhusudan Ojha's commentaries on Bhagavad Gita titled Gitavijnanabhashya. In Gita, atma is termed as filled with jnana and karma. Shastriji has explained this concept in detail in the context of Creation.Here he has explained the meaning and context of atma and its two components, jnana and karma. The atma knows and does and the entire world is dependent on these two aspects. The jnana part of atma is Brahma. It is termed as amrit in Bhagvad Gita. The term karma is referred to as mrityu or dissolution.