BHAGAVAD GITA CHAPTER 11-THE UNIVERSAL FORM
- 1 TO 8 Arjuna’s request to see the Visva rupa
- 9 to 31 Description of Visva rupa by Arjuna
- 32 to 34 Krihna’s request to become an instrument. What Krishna wants from us
- 35 to 46 Prayers by Arjuna
- 47 to 55 Revelation of Krishna’s transcendental form. How it is seen by devotees only.
Arjuna’s emotional transformation
- Owe and reverence
- Gladness mix with fear
- Friendship will be reinstated
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.”