Jñāna Karma Sanyāsa Yoga is the third chapter of the Bhagavad Gita, which is also known as the Yoga of Knowledge and Action. In this chapter, Lord Krishna explains to Arjuna the nature of action, knowledge, and renunciation.
Lord Krishna tells Arjuna that there are two paths to liberation: the path of knowledge (Jñāna Yoga) and the path of action (Karma Yoga). He explains that both paths lead to the same goal but have different methods. The path of knowledge involves renunciation of action and the path of action involves performing one’s duty without attachment to the results.
Lord Krishna emphasizes that one must perform one’s duty without attachment to the fruits of one’s actions. He also explains that true renunciation is not the abandonment of action but rather the abandonment of the desire for the fruits of action.
Lord Krishna further explains that the performance of action is inevitable and that no one can remain without performing action. Therefore, one must perform action as a sacrifice to the Lord without expecting any reward.
The Jñāna Karma Sanyāsa Yoga emphasizes the importance of performing one’s duty without attachment to the results and the importance of knowledge and renunciation in achieving liberation. It teaches that one can achieve liberation by performing one’s duty as a sacrifice to the Lord and by acquiring knowledge and renunciation.