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Bhagavad Gita Chapter 11 Verse 34

भगवद् गीता अध्याय 11 श्लोक 34

द्रोणं च भीष्मं च जयद्रथं च
कर्णं तथाऽन्यानपि योधवीरान्।
मया हतांस्त्वं जहि मा व्यथिष्ठा
युध्यस्व जेतासि रणे सपत्नान्।।11.34।।

हिंदी अनुवाद - स्वामी रामसुख दास जी ( भगवद् गीता 11.34)

।।11.34।।द्रोण? भीष्म? जयद्रथ और कर्ण तथा अन्य सभी मेरे द्वारा मारे हुए शूरवीरोंको तुम मारो। तुम व्यथा मत करो और युद्ध करो। युद्धमें तुम निःसन्देह वैरियोंको जीतोगे।

English Translation of Sanskrit Commentary By Sri Shankaracharya's

11.34 By saying, who have been killed by Me, the Lord names Drona and those very warriors with regard to whom Arjuna had (his) doubts. Now then, uncertainty with regard to Drona and Bhisma is well-founded. Drona was the teacher of the science of archery, and was eipped with heavenly weapons; and particularly, he was his (Arjunas) own teacher and most respected. Bhisma was destined to die at will, and possessed heavenly weapons. He fought a duel with Parasurama and remained unvanished. So also Jayadratha-whose father was performing an austerity with the idea that anyone who made his sons head fall on the ground would have even his own head fall. Since Karna also was eipped with an unerring spear given by Indra, and was a son of the Sun, born of a maiden (Kunti), therefore he is referred to by his own name itself. As a mere instrument, tvam, you; jahi, destory them; who have been hatan, killed; maya, by Me. Ma, do not; vyathisthah, be afraid of them. Yuddhyasva, fight. Jetasi, you shall coner; the sapatnan, enemies-Duryodhana and others; rane, in battle.

English Translation of Commentary - Dr. S. Sankaranarayan

11.33-34 Tasmat etc. Drona etc. The world is of the nature of perfect and imperfect knowledge and it is swallowed (11.completely controlled) by the power of the perfect, imperfect and mixed Consciousness. Hence, here an answer is given accordingly by the Bhagavat. This secret is a almost indicated in this chapter. Yet for the benefit of those persons who are capable of understanding only what has been clearly marked, let us (11.Ag.) assume the misfortune of taking the trouble of writing a few lines. What is declared by the Bhagavat - viz., As the foes have been slain [by Me], be a token cause and win glory, this is by way of answering to what Arjuna has said earlier viz., We do not know who, amongst both of us, is more powerful than the other etc. (11.II, 6).

English Translation of Ramanuja's Sanskrit Commentary

11.34 Say Drona, Bhisma, Karna, etc., who have ben chosen for destruction by me alone, as they have transgressed the law of righteousness. Be not distressed, considering, How can I slay these teachers, relations and others who are attached to enjoyments? Do not be thus distressed by thinking about the right and wrong of it, or out of love and compassion for them. These persons are guilty of unrighteousness by siding with the evil-minded Duryodhana. They have been chosen by Me alone for destruction. Therefore fight without doubt. You shall conqer your enemies in battle. In slaying them, there is not the slighest trace of cruelty. The purport is that victory is the sure result.

Transliteration Bhagavad Gita 11.34

Dronam cha bheeshmam cha jayadratham chaKarnam tathaa’nyaanapi yodhaveeraan; Mayaa hataamstwam jahi maa vyathishthaaYudhyaswa jetaasi rane sapatnaan.

Word Meanings Bhagavad Gita 11.34

droṇam—Dronacharya; cha—and; bhīṣhmam—Bheeshma; cha—and; jayadratham—Jayadratha; cha—and; karṇam—Karn; tathā—also; anyān—others; api—also; yodha-vīrān—brave warriors; mayā—by me; hatān—already killed; tvam—you; jahi—slay; mā—not; vyathiṣhṭhāḥ—be disturbed; yudhyasva—fight; jetā asi—you shall be victorious; raṇe—in battle; sapatnān—enemies