niÅcayaá¹ Åá¹á¹u me tatra
tyÄgo hi puruá¹£a-vyÄghra
niÅcayam - certainty; Åá¹á¹u - hear; me - from Me; tatra - therein; tyÄge - in the matter of renunciation; bharata-sat-tama - O best of the BhÄratas; tyÄgaá¸¥ - renunciation; hi - certainly; puruá¹£a-vyÄghra - O tiger among human beings; tri-vidhaá¸¥ - of three kinds; samprakÄ«rtitaá¸¥ - is declared.
Although there are differences of opinion about renunciation, here the Supreme Personality of Godhead, ÅrÄ« Ká¹á¹£á¹a, gives His judgment, which should be taken as ï¬nal. After all, the Vedas are different laws given by the Lord. Here the Lord is personally present, and His word should be taken as ï¬nal. The Lord says that the process of renunciation should be considered in terms of the modes of material nature in which it is performed.