तदभाबात्संयोगाभावो हानं तद्दृशेः कैवल्यम् ॥२५॥
tad-abhābāt-saṁyoga-abhāvo hānaṁ taddṛśeḥ kaivalyam ||25||

[RS] 2.25 When a lack of insight (avidya) disappears, this identification likewise disappears. Once this identification has completely disappeared, liberation (kaivalya) of the true self (drashtu) has occurred.

[JW] 2.25 Since this [non-sight] does not exist, there is no correlation. This is the escape, the Isolation of the Seer.

[SS] 2.25 Without this ignorance, no such union occurs. This is the independence of the Seer.  [p112]

[EB] 2.25 By the removal of ignorance, conjunction is removed. This is the absolute freedom of the seer. [p234]

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(तद्, tad) = whose
(अभाव, abhāva) = to overcome; to disappear
(संयोग, saṁyoga) = unity; bond; identification
(हान, hāna) = reliquish; cease
(तत्, tat) = that; which; whose
(दृशेः, dṛśeḥ) = the seer
(कैवल्यम्, kaivalyam) = liberation; redemption