Gītārtha Saṃgraha verse 1

svadharma jñāna-vairāgya sādhya bhakti-eka gocaraḥ |
nārāyaṇaḥ paraṃ brahma gītā-śāstre samīritaḥ ||

“The message of the Bhagavad Gītā is:
The vision of the lord is certain through
singular devotion developed by honouring ones Dharma
in a spirit that leads to clarity and detachment.”

svadharma - own highest dutyjñāna - knowing; knowledge; higher knowledgevairāgya - dispassion, disinclination, detachment, non-attachment; indifference to worldly objects and to lifesādhya - to be accomplished or effected; to be formed; practicable, feasible, attainable; to be proved or demonstrated; to be substantiated or made good; to be inferred or concluded; to be subdued or mastered, subduable, to be conquered, conquerablebhakti - attachment, devotion; fondness for, devotion to, trust, homage, worship, piety, faith or love or devotion (as a religious principle or means of salvation, together with karma, ‘works’, and jñāna, ‘spiritual knowledge'.eka - one; alone, solitary, single, happening only once, that one onlygocara - within the range, within the view of; accessible, attainable; something that is perceptible can only just be seen or noticednārāyaṇa - supreme being in the qualified non-dualism conventionpara - higher, highest, supreme, chief; othergītā - a name given to certain sacred writings in verse as expositions of particular religious and theosophical doctrines; songśāstra - precept, rules, manual, compendium, book or treatisesamīrita - sent forth, uttered; stirred, movedbrahma - the one self-existent spirit, the absolute; name of one of the principal hindu deities; referred to as the creator within the triple deity of supreme divinity

Commentaries and Reflections

Commentary by TKV Desikachar:

“The message of the Bhagavad Gītā is:
The vision of the lord is certain through
singular devotion developed by honouring ones Dharma
in a spirit that leads to clarity and detachment.”

Commentary by Paul Harvey:

“The message of the Gītā
is that the highest is
attainable by Bhakti alone.”