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Bhagavad Gita Chapter 11 Verse 1

भगवद् गीता अध्याय 11 श्लोक 1

अर्जुन उवाच
मदनुग्रहाय परमं गुह्यमध्यात्मसंज्ञितम्।
यत्त्वयोक्तं वचस्तेन मोहोऽयं विगतो मम।।11.1।।

हिंदी अनुवाद - स्वामी रामसुख दास जी ( भगवद् गीता 11.1)

।।11.1।।(टिप्पणी प0 573.1) अर्जुन बोले -- केवल मेरेपर कृपा करनेके लिये ही आपने जो परम गोपनीय अध्यात्मतत्त्व जाननेका वचन कहा? उससे मेरा यह मोह नष्ट हो गया है।

Rudra Vaishnava Sampradaya - Commentary

The Supreme Lord Krishna out of extreme compassion revealed His prominent vibhuti or divine, transcendental opulence in the previous chapter. Now in this chapter His compassion is extended even further and being eagerly requested by Arjuna He reveals His universal form. At the end of the last chapter Lord Krishna reveals that He pervades and supports the whole creation of everything cognisant and non-cognisant with just a fraction of His potency. Thus the universal form has been hinted at. Although so many topics were of an esoteric and secretive nature, to alleviate His devotees despair and delusion Lord Krishna gently corrected all erroneous conceptions and confirmed the reality that the soul is eternal and everyone and everything is irrevocably following the will of the Supreme Lord in all respects. Arjuna is acknowledging that he understands these things throughly.

Brahma Vaishnava Sampradaya - Commentary

Shri Vaishnava Sampradaya - Commentary

In order to kindle great affection for bhakti or excluisve loving devotion unto the Supreme Lord and fan the flame until combustion with the reality about the nature of divinity and encompassing all things within and withiout, accompanied by a multitude of expressions of vibhuti or divine, transcendental opulence, sublime and phenomenal which partially characterise the unlimited qualities, attributes and potencies of the Supreme Lord Krishna. This has all been delineated in the previous chapters and contingent upon this reality the understanding that all differing and contrary natures, everything that is cit or sentient and acit or non- sentient and their substance, their manifestation and their span of life along with their derivation from the divine nature are actually one perfectly harmonising consciousness flowing through all existence and this has also been explicitly explained. Previously Arjuna had been labouring under the false illusion of loving his perishable physical body as if it was the imperishable atma or eternal soul. Lord Krishna has compassionately dispelled such misconceptions by completely revealing in chapter two the eternal nature of the atma. The word adhyatma or wisdom of the eternal soul is that which is embodied within Srimad Bhagavad-Gita beginning in chapter two, verse 12 and ending in chapter six, verse 46 Having learned these essential and esteemed subject matters such as the eternality of the atma, the singular oneness of the Supreme Lord and the dependence of all things moving and non-moving for their very existence on Him from the Supreme Lord Krishna Himself, Arjuna has come to the conclusion that everything Lord Krishna has revealed is the complete absolute truth. But desiring to perceive this with His faculties of perception he queries the Supreme Lord further as will be revealed further in this chapter

Kumara Vaishnava Sampradaya - Commentary

In order to kindle great affection for bhakti or excluisve loving devotion unto the Supreme Lord and fan the flame until combustion with the reality about the nature of divinity and encompassing all things within and withiout, accompanied by a multitude of expressions of vibhuti or divine, transcendental opulence, sublime and phenomenal which partially characterise the unlimited qualities, attributes and potencies of the Supreme Lord Krishna. This has all been delineated in the previous chapters and contingent upon this reality the understanding that all differing and contrary natures, everything that is cit or sentient and acit or non- sentient and their substance, their manifestation and their span of life along with their derivation from the divine nature are actually one perfectly harmonising consciousness flowing through all existence and this has also been explicitly explained. Previously Arjuna had been labouring under the false illusion of loving his perishable physical body as if it was the imperishable atma or eternal soul. Lord Krishna has compassionately dispelled such misconceptions by completely revealing in chapter two the eternal nature of the atma. The word adhyatma or wisdom of the eternal soul is that which is embodied within Srimad Bhagavad-Gita beginning in chapter two, verse 12 and ending in chapter six, verse 46 Having learned these essential and esteemed subject matters such as the eternality of the atma, the singular oneness of the Supreme Lord and the dependence of all things moving and non-moving for their very existence on Him from the Supreme Lord Krishna Himself, Arjuna has come to the conclusion that everything Lord Krishna has revealed is the complete absolute truth. But desiring to perceive this with His faculties of perception he queries the Supreme Lord further as will be revealed further in this chapter