11.14 tataḥ sa vismayāviṣṭo (Original)

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Chapter 11

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tataḥ sa vismayāviṣṭo
hṛṣṭa-romā dhanañ-jayaḥ
praṇamya śirasā devaṁ
kṛtāñjalir abhāṣata

‘Then, struck with amazement, and hairs thrilling
in ecstasy, did Dhanañjaya reverently bow his head to the Deva, and did, palms joined exclaim.’

Then did Arjuna perceiving the Lord Divine, —in a nook of whose Frame, upheld by Him, lay the whole marvellous Kosmos,— the Deva, the all-Wielder, and Container of all the wonderful countless glorious qualities such as wisdom etc,— became petrified with astonishment, his hairs bristling with transport of joy. And like an inanimate rod, fell prostrate, head bowed down; and with palms clasped, exclaimed:

>> Chapter 11 verse 15

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