आनन्दादयः प्रधानस्य ॥ ११ ॥
ānandādayaḥ pradhānasya || 11 ||
ānandādayaḥ—Bliss and other attributes; pradhānasya—of the subject (i.e. Brahman).
11. Bliss and other attributes (which depict the true nature) of the subject (i.e. Brahman) (have to be combined from all places in the meditation on Brahman).
Brahman is described as Bliss, Knowledge, all-pervading, the self of all, true, etc. in different texts of different Sakhas. All the attributes are not mentioned in all places. Now the question is whether they have to be combined in the meditation on Brahman or not. This Sutra says that they have to be combined, since the object of meditation (Brahman) is one and the same in all Sakhas, and therefore the Vidya is one.