The contemporary Gita Manishis and Shankaracharyas of Hindu religion do not even know in which God’s shelter, the giver of the knowledge of Gita has asked Arjun to go into in Gita Chapter 18 Verse 62 other than himself. They say that there is no God other than Shri Vishnu alias Shri Krishna i.e. the giver of the knowledge of Gita. The reality is as follows :-
The knowledge-giver of Gita had told Arjun in Gita Chapter 7 Verse 29 that "those worshippers who want to become free (moksh) from (jaraa) old age and (maran) death are familiar with Tat Brahm, complete spirituality and all the actions.”
Arjun asked a question in Gita Chapter 8 Verse 1 that – What is ‘Tat Brahm’ that has been mentioned in Gita Chapter 7 Verse 29? The Lord, who is the knowledge-giver of Gita, has given its answer in Gita Chapter 8 Verse 3 that He is "Param Akshar Brahm".
After this, in Gita Chapter 8 Verses 5, 7, the Giver of the knowledge of Gita has asked Arjun to do his bhakti, and in this same Chapter 8 Verses 8, 9, 10, he has advised Arjun to do bhakti of Param Akshar Brahm i.e. Sachidanand Ghan Brahm (Complete God) other than him. He has also clarified that the one who worships me, comes to me. He who worships Tat Brahm i.e. Param Akshar Brahm, goes to Him. Then he has told one letter ‘Om’ (ॐ) as mantra for his worship, and for the worship of the Tat Brahm (Param Akshar Brahm / Divine Supreme God / Sachidanand Ghan Brahm) he has told the mantra "Om (ॐ) Tat Sat".
In Gita Chapter 18 Verse 62, the giver of the knowledge of Gita has told that it is only possible to attain supreme peace and (Shashvatam Sthanam) the eternal supreme abode (which Sant Garibdas ji has called Satyalok / Amarlok) by going into the shelter of that same Param Akshar Brahm. Sant Rampal Ji has given the above-mentioned knowledge and shown it in Holy Book Gita in videos through spiritual discourses. He has shown it to us i.e. Hindus and explained it by drawing conclusions. What our Hindu religious preachers / teachers / Manishis and Mandaleshwars could not understand, Das (the author) has understood.
Those who know my entire (adhyatm) spiritual knowledge and all actions, those men, resorting to that Brahm, strive to get rid of old age and death.
O Purushottam! What is that Brahm? What is Adhyatm? What is Karm? What is called by the name Adhibhoot, and who is said to be Adhidaiv?
God Brahm, the giver of the knowledge of Gita has replied – He is 'Param Akshar Brahm' (Supreme God), who always lives with the soul; His own form i.e. a soul with the characteristics of God is called by the name ‘Adhyaatm’, and the sacrifice which gives rise to the nature of a jeev / soul / living being is called by the name ‘Karm’.
One who even at the time of death, gives up his body while remembering me alone, he attains the nature of scripture-based bhakti, sadhna upto Brahm. There is no doubt in this.
Therefore O Arjun! You should remember me at all times and fight as well. Thus, possessing the mind and intellect devoted to me, you will undoubtedly come to me i.e. whenever you will have a human birth, you will engage in my worship and will remain with me only.
O Paarth! Endowed with bhakti in the form of practice of the repetition of mantra (jaap of naam) of the Supreme God i.e. engrossed in the worship of the Supreme God with undeviated attention, a bhakt who constantly thinks of God goes to the Supreme Divine God i.e. to Supreme God only.
Kavirdev i.e. Supreme God Kabir who becomes famous as a poet, He is immemorial, controller of all, subtler than the subtlest, inconceivable, perpetually radiant like the sun. He who (does sumiran of) remembers that Sachchidanandghan Parmeshwar (the true happiness-giving Supreme God) beyond the darkness of ignorance.
That worshipper equipped with bhakti, at the time of death, by the effect of the bhakti of the repetition of mantra (jaap of naam) by properly fixing the life-breath in the middle of the eyebrows, then with a steadfast mind goes to the unknown, divine Supreme God only.