Finally, the fourth chapter of Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra is about liberation - Kaivalya Pada.

Yoga-Sutra

Kaivalya-Pada

Sentence 9

jati desha kala vyavahitanam-apy-antaryam snriti-sanskarayoh ekarupatvat ||9||

जाति देश काल व्यवहितानामप्यान्तर्यां स्मृतिसंस्कारयोः एकरूपत्वात् ॥९॥

jāti deśa kāla vyavahitānām-apy-āntaryāṁ smr̥ti-saṁskārayoḥ ekarūpatvāt ॥9॥

Even if modality, place and time cease to exist, the continuity of wish and consequences remains, for remembrance (smriti) and impressions (samskaras) are part of the same being. ||9||


jāti = (voc. sg. f.) class; caste; social class; station in life; quality
deśa = (voc. sg. m.) place
kāla = (voc. sg. m./voc. sg. n. from kāla) time
vyavahitānām = (g. pl. m./g. pl. n./g. pl. f. from vyavahita) interrupted; separated
api = (iic. from ap) even; although
anantaryaṁ = (yān = acc. pl. m. from ya; taryām = loc. sg. f. from tara; loc. sg. f. from tari) uninterrupted sequence; continuity
smr̥ti = (iic.) remembrance
saṁskārayoḥ = (loc. du. m./g. du. m. from saṁskāra) impressions
eka = (iic.) one
rūpa = form; being

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