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Bhagavad Gita Chapter 11 Verse 23

भगवद् गीता अध्याय 11 श्लोक 23

रूपं महत्ते बहुवक्त्रनेत्रं
महाबाहो बहुबाहूरुपादम्।
बहूदरं बहुदंष्ट्राकरालं
दृष्ट्वा लोकाः प्रव्यथितास्तथाऽहम्।।11.23।।

हिंदी अनुवाद - स्वामी रामसुख दास जी ( भगवद् गीता 11.23)

।।11.23।।हे महाबाहो आपके बहुत मुखों और नेत्रोंवाले? बहुत भुजाओं? जंघाओं और चरणोंवाले? बहुत उदरोंवाले? बहुत विकराल दाढ़ोंवाले महान् रूपको देखकर सब प्राणी व्यथित हो रहे हैं तथा मैं भी व्यथित हो रहा हूँ।

English Translation of Sanskrit Commentary By Sri Shankaracharya's

11.23 Mahabaho, O mighty-armed One; drstva, seeing; te, Your; mahat, immence, very vast; upam, form of this kind; bahu-vaktra-netram, with many mouths and eyes; bahu-bahu-uru-padam, having many arms, thighs and feet; and further, bahu-udaram, with many bellies; and bahu-damstra-karalam, fearful with many teeth; lokah, the creatures in the world; are pravya-thitah, struck with terror; tatha, and so also; am even aham, I. The reason of that is this:

English Translation of Commentary - Dr. S. Sankaranarayan

11.23 Sri Abhinavagupta did not comment upon this sloka.

English Translation of Ramanuja's Sanskrit Commentary

11.23 Beholding Your mighty form, as described earlier, which is an exceedingly terrifying figure because of the large teeth - all the worlds, described earlier and containing three kinds of beings, friendly, antagonistic and neutral, and I myself too have become panic-stricken.

Transliteration Bhagavad Gita 11.23

Roopam mahat te bahuvaktranetramMahaabaaho bahubaahoorupaadam; Bahoodaram bahudamshtraakaraalamDrishtwaa lokaah pravyathitaastathaa’ham.

Word Meanings Bhagavad Gita 11.23

rūpam—form; mahat—magnificent; te—your; bahu—many; vaktra—mouths; netram—eyes; mahā-bāho—mighty-armed Lord; bahu—many; bāhu—arms; ūru—thighs; pādam—legs; bahu-udaram—many stomachs; bahu-danṣhṭrā—many teeth; karālam—terrifying; dṛiṣhṭvā—seeing; lokāḥ—all the worlds; pravyathitāḥ—terror-stricken; tathā—so also; aham—I