1) The notion of yogyata is not limited to the context in which the relation between word and meaning is argued; it is universally accepted in the framework of the karaka theory. The yogyata as one of the wordmeaning relations is merely an instance of the one which is fundamentally incorporated in that theory. That the word is treated as the instrument in the act of conveying the meaning admits of this interpretation. The, underlying idea according to which the notion of yogyata is introduced is that a karaka functioning as agent sets into play other karaka-s that are capable of bringing to accomplishment of an action, whereby the action is brought to accomplishment (yogyasadhanaviniyoga).
2) ‘Yogyata’ and ‘sakti’ are synonymous with each other in that both of them denote the same concept of ability to produce the fruit. The karrtviniyoga being introduced, however, ‘yogyata’ gains its aspect of potentiality.