|Chapter 18||Final Revelations of the Ultimate Truth||Verse 56|
Rudra Vaisnava Sampradaya:
The Supreme Lord Krishna is now concluding the topic of obtaining moksa by taking full refuge in the Supreme Lord even while performing prescribed Vedic activities daily and occasionally. Even if one still has the residue of desires while performing such activities but take sole refuge in the Supreme Lord not seeking mundane material gains from the demigods and not striving for entry into the heavenly planets. Such an aspirant will receive the grace of the Supreme Lord and by their exclusive devotion to Him and attain His eternal association in the transcendental spiritual worlds.
Brahma Vaisnava Sampradaya:
Concluding this theme Lord Krishna again reiterates the performance of sadhana or internal propitiation. One should take complete shelter in Him offering Him all actions ordained in the Vedic scriptures. It should not be misconstrued that one can offer actions that are not sanctioned by the Vedic scriptures for that would be an abomination. Only demons and the most degraded of living entities would devilishly conspire to contrive such a travesty. In the phrase sarva-karmany api meaning all types of activities, the conjunction api meaning although denotes that without surrender and devotion to the Supreme Lord no actions should be offered to Him.
Sri Vaisnava Sampradaya:
All prescribed Vedic activities even the ones that are performed out of kamya or craving a result, if offered as worship of the Supreme Lord with full faith in Him understanding that He alone is the Supreme controller will inevitably attain the Supreme state of eternal communion with Lord Krishna which is sasvatam timeless and avyayam infinte.
Kumara Vaisnava Sampradaya:
Thus the results of communion with the Supreme Lord have been elaborated upon by Lord Krishna. This is established through perfecting the performance of prescribed Vedic activities as a natural duty selflessly without any egoistic conceptions or any desire for rewards. Now He reveals that the results for those who are performing prescribed Vedic activities in this way taking sole refuge in the Supreme Lord Krishna as the only goal to be attained and only reward to be sought after even while embroiled in worldly associations and mundane activities will still by His Grace attain immutable, imperishable, eternal communion with Him.