The seventeenth chapter of the Bhagavad-Geeta is the Shraddharatyavibhagyoga.
In this chapter, Krishn describes three types of beliefs related to the three qualities of material nature. Lord Krishn further states that it is the nature of faith that determines the quality of life and the character of living entities. Those who believe in longing and ignorance, do such tasks which give temporary and material fruits, but those who believe in good work according to scriptural instructions and hence they get permanent and more proficient fruits. Those who purify the mind even more.
Shree Bhagwan said - That reverence arising out of mere nature, devoid of classical rites of human beings (Shraddha arising out of the sacrament of deeds performed in eternal births is called "Swadhapaja"). It only happens. You hear it from me.
All humans have reverence for their conscience. This man is reverent, so the man who is revered like him is also the same. Sattvic men worship gods, Rajas worship men and demons and others who are tamas humans worship phantoms and ghosts.
Food also has three types of love according to their nature. And in the same way, Yajna, Tapa and Dan are also of three types. You hear from them this distinct separation. Those who increase age, intelligence, strength, health, happiness and love, are juicy, smooth and stable . And by nature, mind is dear - Such food, ie the food items are dear to the sattvik man. Bitter, sour, saline, very hot, pungent, dry, caustic, and diets that cause sorrow, anxiety and diseases, ie the food items are loved by the rajas. The food which is undercooked, unsweetened, deodorant, rancid and picky and also unholy, is the food that is loved by the man Tamas.
That which is prescribed by the Shastra method, it is the duty to perform the yajna- thus resolving the mind, done by men who do not want fruit, is sattvik.
Guru Govindam Saranam . 🙏 🙏