Chapter V Sloka 02

ïI-gvanuvac, 

s<Nyas> kmRyaegí in>ïeyskravu-aE, 
tyaeStu kmRs<NyasaTkmRyaegae iviz:yte.

þrŸbhagav˜nuv˜ca | 

sanny˜sa× karmayogaþca
ni×þreyasakar˜vubhau | 
tayostu karmasanny˜s˜t
karmayogo viþiÿyate ( 5|02)||

The Blessed Lord said:
Renunciation and the Yoga of action both lead to the highest bliss; but of the two, the Yoga of action is superior to the renunciation of action.

Commentary

Sannyasa (renunciation of action) and Karma Yoga (performance of action) both lead to Moksha or liberation or the highest bliss. Though both lead to Moksha, yet of the two means of attaining to Moksha, Karma Yoga is better than mere Karma Sannyasa (renunciation of action) without the knowledge of the Self.
But renunciation of actions with the knowledge of the Self is decidedly superior to Karma Yoga.
Moreover, Karma Yoga is easy and is therefore suitable to all. ( Cf. III. 3; V. 5; VI. 46)

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