Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 11 - Vishvarupa Darshana Yoga - The Yoga of the Universal Form

Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 11 - Verse 36

Arjuna said: O Master of the senses, it is only fitting that the whole universe should blissfully praise You and become attracted to You. Struck with terror, the wicked flee in all directions and all perfected beings offer their respects unto You.

Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 11 - Verse 37

And, O Great One, why should they not bow down before You? You are even more exalted than Brahma, the creator of this universe. O unlimited One, O Master of the demigods, O Supreme shelter of the universe – You are eternal, beyond that which is existent and non-existent.

Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 11 - Verse 38

You are the Original Supreme Divinity, the Supreme Primeval Person, and the sole shelter of the whole universe. You are the knower and that which is knowable. You are the Supreme Refuge and Your infinite forms pervade the entire cosmos.

Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 11 - Verse 39

You are the presiding deity of the air (Vayu), You are the presiding deity of death (Yama), You are the presiding deity of fire (Agni), You are the presiding deity of water (Varuna), You are the creator and the grandfather of all living beings. I offer You my obeisance thousands of times, again and again.

Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 11 - Verse 41-42

I was unaware of Your greatness and due to familiarity I have ignorantly addressed You as a friend. For whatever I have said casually such as, ‘O Krishna, O Yadava, O friend’ and for whatever disrespect I have shown to You even in jest or while playing, relaxing, sitting together or eating, alone or in the presence of others – O Infallible One, O Inconceivable One, I beg Your forgiveness.

Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 11 - Verse 43

You are the father of all moving and non-moving beings in the universe. You are the most venerable and most glorious teacher. You have no equal within all the three worlds. How can there be anyone greater than You, O Master of incomparable power?

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