Shri Bhagvad–Gita and Vidurniti all these (three) from Mahabharat, Shri Vasudev–mahatmya, contained in Vishnukhand of Skand Puran.
તથા શ્રી ભગવદ્ ગીતા તથા વિદુરજીએ કહેલી જે નીતી, તથા સ્કંદપુરાણનો જે વિષ્ણુખંડ તેને વિષે રહ્યું એવું જે શ્રી વાસુદેવમહાત્મ્ય.
Tengo las siguientes ocho Escrituras como autoridad superior y la verdad sobre nuestra filosofía y religión, (Sat-Shastras). Los Vedas, el Brahmasutra de Vyas, Shree Bhagvata Purana, el Sahasranama Vishnu, Shreemad Bhagavad Gita, el Neeti narrado por Vidura (los tres del Mahabharata) Shree Vasudeva Mahatmiyam de Vaishnava canto de Skanda Purana y Smriti Yagnyavalkya entre Dharma Shastras.
'And Shri Bhagwad Gita, the code of conduct prescribed by Vidur and Vasudeva Mahatmya from Vishnu Khanda in Skand Puran are connected to word Bharat given in previous Shloka. Shrimad Bhagwadgita has been given in the Bhishma Parva of Mahabharat, it has eighteen chapters and holds the status of Brahm-Vidya (knowledge of supreme reality). Therefore, it stands as a scripture. The code of conduct prescribed by Vidur, has been given in Udyog Parva of Mahabharat. It has nine chapters addressed by Vidur to Dhritrashtra. It is a scripture. Skanda - means Kartika Swami, and the Skanda Purana which was told by Kartikaswami, has seven parts. Its Vaishnava khanda means the part pertaining to Lord Vishnu. The glory and greatness of Vasudeva described in that part. This is told by Shri Narnaraya and holds thirty-two chapters under the title 'Shrikrishna Mahatmya.'