|Chapter 18||Final Revelations of the Ultimate Truth||Verse 38|
Rudra Vaisnava Sampradaya:
The sukham or happiness that arises innately due to the interaction of the five senses: eyes, ears, noses, tongue and body with the objects of the senses, which seems just like nectar in the beginning but after constant repetition over and over again unlimitedly becomes like poison in the end causing pain and discomfort in the present life and the next life Lord Krishna declares is situated in raja guna the mode of passion.
Brahma Vaisnava Sampradaya:
Sri Vaisnava Sampradaya:
The sukham or happiness of those who enjoy the objects of the senses and take great pleasure in sense gratification Lord Krishna states which seems like nectar in the beginning but which in the end after incessant repetition and habitual engagement seems to be just like a potion of poison when detected too late that such activities are a guaranteed premium paid reservation for samsara the perpetual cycle of birth and death is situated in raja guna the mode of passion.
Kumara Vaisnava Sampradaya:
The sukham or happiness that is derived from sense gratification by the contact with the objects of the senses such as sexual and sensual bodily enjoyments, although seeming to be like nectar in the beginning when it is fresh and newly experienced but later after habitual repetition over and over again continuously throughout one's life it becomes just like venom yielding unhappiness in this world and the next. Such activities are for begetting children in the grihasta ashram or married life and perpetuating the species otherwisw such activites keep on in bondage and and hence are deplorable. Such sukham Lord Krishna confirms as situated in raja guna the mode of passion.