Seeing fathers-in-law, all those kinsmen, and other dear ones standing in the ranks of the two armies, Arjuna was overcome with great compassion and sorrowfully said O Krishna, seeing my kinsmen standing with a desire to fight, My limbs fail and my mouth becomes dry. My body quivers and my hairs stand on end.
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The unsuccessful yogi is reborn, after attaining heaven and living there for many years, in the house of the pure and prosperous.
just as one sun illuminates this entire world, similarly the creator illumines or gives life to the entire creation.
People worship or approach Me with different motives.
You alone are able to fully describe Your own divine glories, the manifestations, by which You exist pervading all the universe.
O Arjuna, now behold the entire creation animate, inanimate, and whatever else you like to see all at one place in My body.
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