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Bhagavad Gita Chapter 10 Verse 14

भगवद् गीता अध्याय 10 श्लोक 14

सर्वमेतदृतं मन्ये यन्मां वदसि केशव।
न हि ते भगवन् व्यक्ितं विदुर्देवा न दानवाः।।10.14।।

हिंदी अनुवाद - स्वामी रामसुख दास जी ( भगवद् गीता 10.14)

।।10.14।।हे केशव मेरेसे आप जो कुछ कह रहे हैं यह सब मैं सत्य मानता हूँ। हे भगवन् आपके प्रकट होनेको न तो देवता जानते हैं और न दानव ही जानते हैं।

English Translation of Sanskrit Commentary By Sri Shankaracharya's

10.14 O Kesava, manye, I accept; to be rtam, true indeed; sarvam, all; etat, this that has been said by sages and You; yat, which; vadasi, You tell, speak; mam, to Me. Hi, certainly; bhagavan, O Lord; na devah, neither the gods; na danavah, nor the demons; viduh, comprehend; te, Your; vyaktim, glory [Prabhavam in the Commentary is the same as prabhavam, glory, the unalified State.]. Since You are the origin of the gods and others, therefore,

English Translation of Commentary - Dr. S. Sankaranarayan

10.14 Sri Abhinavagupta did not comment upon this sloka.

English Translation of Ramanuja's Sanskrit Commentary

10.14 Therefore, I deem all this to be a statement of facts as they are in reality, and not merely an exaggeration - all this which You tell me of Your sovereign glory and infinite auspicious attributes which are unie, unbounded, unsurpassed and natural. Therefore, O Lord, O Treasure of unsurpassed knowledge, power, strength, sovereignty, valour and radiance! - neither the gods nor the demons who possess limited knowledge know Your manifestation, the way in which You manifest Yourself.

Transliteration Bhagavad Gita 10.14

Sarvametadritam manye yanmaam vadasi keshava; Na hi te bhagavan vyaktim vidurdevaa na daanavaah.

Word Meanings Bhagavad Gita 10.14

sarvam—everything; etat—this; ṛitam—truth; manye—I accept; yat—which; mām—me; vadasi—you tell; keśhava—Shree Krishna, the killer of the demon named Keshi; na—neither; hi—verily; te—your; bhagavan—the Supreme Lord; vyaktim—personality; viduḥ—can understand; devāḥ—the celestial gods; na—nor; dānavāḥ—the demons