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BHAGAVAD GITA CHAPTER 11-THE UNIVERSAL FORM

Sundar Caitanya Goswami Maharaja

BHAGAVAD GITA CHAPTER 11-THE UNIVERSAL FORM

5 SECTIONS

  1. 1 TO 8 Arjuna’s request to see the Visva rupa
  2. 9 to 31 Description of Visva rupa by Arjuna
  3. 32 to 34 Krihna’s request to become an instrument. What Krishna wants from us
  4. 35 to 46 Prayers by Arjuna
  5. 47 to 55 Revelation of Krishna’s transcendental form. How it is seen by devotees only.

 

Arjuna’s emotional transformation

  • Friendship
  • Wonder
  • Fear
  • Owe and reverence
  • Regret
  • Gladness mix with fear
  • Friendship will be reinstated
Krishna instructing Arjun

Arjuna’s 10 names

 

Arjuna replied, “Because I conquered many countries and collected their wealth, I am called Dhanaïjaya. 

I never return from battle without defeating my enemy and thus I am called Vijaya.

 My steeds are white and so they call me Swetavahana.

 I was born when the constellation Uttarä Phälguna was in the ascendant; therefore, I am Phälguné. 

Because I wear the brilliant diadem given to me by Indra, I am called Kiréöé. I am dreadful to behold in battle and so men call me Bhibatsu.

 I am named Savyasäcin because I can draw the bow with either hand.

 Being unapproachable and irrepressible, I am known as Jiñëu. 

Arjuna is my name because I always perform white deeds of great purity. 

My father, out of affection for a black-complexioned boy, called me Kåñëa. These are my ten names, O prince.”