अव्यक्तोऽयमचिन्त्योऽयमविकार्योऽयमुच्यते ।तस्मादेवं विदित्वैनं नानुशोचितुमर्हसि॥॥

अव्यक्तोऽयमचिन्त्योऽयमविकार्योऽयमुच्यते |

तस्मादेवं विदित्वैनं नानुशोचितुमर्हसि || 25||

avyakto ’yam achintyo ’yam avikāryo ’yam uchyate
tasmādevaṁ viditvainaṁ nānuśhochitum arhasi

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भावार्थ:

यह आत्मा अव्यक्त है, यह आत्मा अचिन्त्य है और यह आत्मा विकाररहित कहा जाता है। इससे हे अर्जुन! इस आत्मा को उपर्युक्त प्रकार से जानकर तू शोक करने के योग्य नहीं है अर्थात्‌ तुझे शोक करना उचित नहीं है॥25॥

Translation

The soul is spoken of as invisible, inconceivable, and unchangeable. Knowing this, you should not grieve for the body.

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English Translation Of Sri Shankaracharya’s Sanskrit Commentary By Swami Gambirananda

2.25 Moreover, ucyate, it is said that; ayam, This, the Self; is avyaktah, unmanifest, since, being beyond the ken of all the organs, It cannot be objectified. For this very reason, ayam, This; is acintyah, inconceivable. For anything that comes within the purview of the organs becomes the object of thought. But this Self is inconceivable becuase It is not an object of the organs. Hence, indeed, It is avikaryah, unchangeable. This Self does not change as milk does when mixed with curd, a curdling medium, etc. And It is chnageless owing to partlessness, for it is not seen that any non-composite thing is changeful. Not being subject to transformation, It is said to be changeless. Tasmat, therefore; vidivata, having known; enam, this one, the Self; evam, thus, as described; na arhasi, you ought not; anusocitum, to grieve, thinking, ‘I am the slayer of these; these are killed by me.’