Gita : Ch-11. Slo-49.

Srimad Bhagavad-Gita :

Chapter-11. ( Visvarupa-darsana-yogam)

Slokam-49.(Your mind has been perturbed upon seeing this horrible feature of Mine. Now let it be finished. My devotee, be free from all disturbance. With a peaceful mind you can now see the form you desire.)

ma  te  vyatha  ma  ca  vimuddha-bhavo

drshtva  rupam  ghoramidmrmamedam,

vyapeta-bhih  prita-manah  punas-tvam

tad-eva  me  rupam-idam  prapasya.

idrk  ghoram  mama  =  this  fearsome,  terrible  Mine;

idam  rupam  drshtva  =  after  seeing  this  Visvarupam;

te  vyatha  ma  =  do  not  afraid;

vimuddha-bhavah  ca  ma  =  and  do  not  get  bewildered;

tvam  vyapeta-bhih  prita-manah  =  you  without  fear,  be  happy;

mama  tat idam  rupam  eva  =  My  old / usual  form  only,  here;

punah  prapasya  =  look  at  ( the form ) again.  

 Lord Krishna continues stating that if Arjuna is disturbed from seeing the terrifying and frightening aspect of the visvarupa or divine universal form then with a peaceful, contented heart and cheerful mind free from fear behold His familiar four armed form again.

Lord Krishna consoles Arjuna telling him that he should let go of any anxiety, fear or trepidation that may have bewildered and perplexed him while witnessing His visvarupa or divine universal form in all its terrifying splendour, for now Lord Krishna will reveal His four-armed four which Arjuna was in the habit of seeing

Now Lord Krishna comforts Arjuna instructing that he should not be bewildered and feel fear and agitation from beholding the terrifying aspect of the visvarupa or divine universal form because now He will reveal His more familiar four armed form which Arjuna had previously requested to see in verse 46 to delight and cheer him up.

To be continued  ...


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