11.9 evam uktvā tato rājan (Original)

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Chapter 11

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sañjaya uvāca
evam uktvā tato rājan
mahā-yogeśvaro hariḥ
darśayām āsa pārthāya
paramaṁ rūpam aiśvaram

Sañjaya said (to Dhṛitarāshtra):—

‘So saying then, O king! Hari1, the Great Lord of yoga, disclosed to Pārtha, His Supreme Sovereign spectacle.’

So saying, He who was seated as Charioteer in the chariot, Arjuna’s own maternal brother-in-law2 (!) the Great Lord of yoga —or united centre of Perfections and Magnificence— or the Lord of wonderful Powers —Hari3, —Who is Parabrahma Nārāyaṇa,—unravelled to Arjuna, His own paternal brother-in-law4, His extraordinary Sovereign Form; —the Form, the Seat of all the diverse and wonderful Kosmos; the Form, commanding all.

That Form, was like this:—

>> Chapter 11 verse 10

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  1. Hari=The 361st and 656th name of Vishṇu as He who removes obstacles or sins. Also vide Mahā: bhā: Śānti-parvq III-43-39.
  2. Maternal uncle’s son.
  3. Hari=The 361st and 656th name of Vishṇu as He who removes obstacles or sins. Also vide Mahā: bhā: Śānti-parvq III-43-39.
  4. Paternal aunt’s son.

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