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Bhagavad Gita Chapter 11 Verse 36

भगवद् गीता अध्याय 11 श्लोक 36

अर्जुन उवाच
स्थाने हृषीकेश तव प्रकीर्त्या
जगत् प्रहृष्यत्यनुरज्यते च।
रक्षांसि भीतानि दिशो द्रवन्ति
सर्वे नमस्यन्ति च सिद्धसङ्घाः।।11.36।।

हिंदी अनुवाद - स्वामी तेजोमयानंद

।।11.36।। अर्जुन ने कहा -- यह योग्य ही है कि आपके कीर्तन से जगत् अति हर्षित होता है और अनुराग को भी प्राप्त होता है। भयभीत राक्षस लोग समस्त दिशाओं में भागते हैं और समस्त सिद्धगणों के समुदाय आपको नमस्कार करते हैं।।

Brahma Vaishnava Sampradaya - Commentary

The word sthane means most appropriate. The moon, the sun and fire are all Lord Krishnas vibhuti or divine transcendental opulence and their rays attract the senses of all jivas or embodied beings and enthral them all over creation. In this way He is being addressed as Hrisikesha or the controller of the senses. The characteristics of the rays are directed by the projection of the light. The evidence is seen in Moksa Dharma wwhich having stated that sun and the moon are like His eyes, the presiding power of His divinity over the mind and senses is obvious, especially as He is manifesting as caitanya or the life force within all living beings. Other statements such as: My senses will not succumb to unrighteous behaviour support this as well. In the Moksa Dharma Lord Krishna states: Even through His hair are the sun, moon and fire projected into prakriti or the material substratum pervading all physical existence. Into trillions of universes these suns and moons are projected appearing like rays in the firmament to energise and protect, each rising and setting according to the times allotted them. By such instruction and protection all creation is pleased and by such benevolent activities of unlimited suns and moons He is known as Hrisikesha the origin of creation and the ultimate granter of benedictions.