दर्शयतश्चैवं प्रत्यक्षानुमाने ॥ २० ॥
darśayataścaivaṃ pratyakṣānumāne || 20 ||
darśayataḥ—(The two) show; ca—and; evaṃ—thus; pratyakṣa-anumāne—perception and infcrerce-
20. And thus perception and inference show.
This Sutra says that the transcendental aspect of the Lord is established by both the Sruti and Smriti. That form which the previous Sutra cited merely as an example, this Sutra establishes on the authority of the Sruti and Smriti. “There the sun shines not, nor the moon, nor stars” etc. (Mu. 2. 2. 10); “That the sun illumines not. nor the moon, nor the fire” etc. (Gita 15. 6).