|Chapter 12||The Path of Devotion||Verse 16|
Rudra Vaisnava Sampradaya:
8 The word anapeksah or independent means free from expectations and indifferent to things that have even come on their own accord. Sucih or clean denotes both external cleanliness of the physical body and internal cleanliness of mind. Daksah means expert and infers lack of laziness. Udasinah or impartial means not taking sides. Gata-vyathah or untroubled means free from anguish. The phrase sarva-arambha-parityagi means renouncing all endeavours that are opposed to devotion. Such a devotee of Lord Krishna possessing these qualities is very dear to Him.
Brahma Vaisnava Sampradaya:
Sri Vaisnava Sampradaya:
The word anapeksah or indifference means aloof to external objects being solely attracted to the atma or eternal soul within. Sucih or purity means sustaining the body by nourishing oneself by sanctified foods as ordained in the Vedic scriptures. Daksah or expert means proficiency in performing the Vedic injunctions and ordinances. Udasinah or unconcerned means uninterested in matters that are not eternal. Gata-vyathah or free from agitation means unaffected by experiencing the dualities of pleasure and pain, joy and grief , etc. while performing one's Vedic enjoined duties. Parityagi or fully renounced means one who has given up all endeavours unconnected to the Supreme Lord Krishna is very dear to Him.
Kumara Vaisnava Sampradaya:
One who craves for nothing and remains unattached to the worldly objects which come unsolicited of their own accord, who is cleansed within and without, who is expert in applying the teachings of the Vedic scriptures and performing the obligatory rites, who is indifferent to mundane matters and unconcerned about insult or praise while renouncing all conceptions of doership in all undertakings except those that increase bhakti or exclusive loving devotion to the Supreme Lord is very dear to Lord Krishna.