Gita : Ch-11. Slo-7.

Srimad Bhagavad-Gita :

Chapter-11.( Visvarupa-darsana-yogam)

Slokam-7. ( Whatever you wish to see can be seen all at once in this body. This universal form can show you all that you now desire, as well as whatever you may desire in the future. Everything is here completely.)

ihaikastham  jagat  krtsnam  pasyadya  sacaracaram,

mama  dehe  gudakesa  yaccanyaddrashtumicchasi.

gudakesa! = hey Arjuna!

scaracaram krstnam jagat = with all living and non-living things, the whole jagat;

anyat yat = other things;

drashtum iccasi ( tat ) ca = if  you are anxious to see, all of them;

mama dehe iha adya = now here in My body ( Visvarupam );

ekastham = all together ( present in one );

pasya = watch yourself.

 Now Lord Krishna emphasises clearly that the total material manifestation consisting of unlimited things, animate and inanimate, moving and stationary, sentient and insentient all are harmoniously comprised within only a part of His visvarupa or divine universal form.

Not only that but also creation, evolution, dissolution, past, present, future are also there to be seen. There should be absolutely no doubts about this reality.

Lord Krishna reveals that the whole creation consisting of unlimited moving and stationary things are all contained in ihaikastham meaning in only one part of His visvarupa or divine universal form and anything else that could be desired to be seen is in this location as well.

This denotes that there are many other marvels and wonders in other parts that are undisclosed.

Lord Krishna is stating pasya behold now in His visvarupa or divine universal form, this very moment the entire creation with all its movable and immovable components all integrated together and united as different parts of a singular form in His transcendental universal form.

This phenomenal form is impossible of being seen by demigods, humans and demons even in tens of millions of years wandering unobstructed throughout all creation.

Everything that exists can be seen in this universal form as well as anything else that may be seen such as past and future along with different conditions in creation including victory and defeat. Also prakriti the material substratum as well as the brahman the spiritual substratum pervading all existence.

To be continued  ....


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