The Universal form of Vishnu 11.51

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Drst Vedam– seeing the divine philosophical knowledge

Manusam — that shows all the human (Telugu)

rupam — forms (Telugu)

tava —  your

saumyam — ability of getting along with others is of value

O’ Janardana — people ruler you are

Idamnim — this (idam) minute(nim nimusham)

asmin — I have been

samvrttan — equal in the way it applys to all

sacetah — along with (sa) own doing (Cetah)

prakrtim — this is the own nature’s way

gatah — of telling the past (Telugu)

Iksvakave Meaning:

Seeing the divine philosophical knowledge, that shows all of the humans forms, your ability of getting along with others is of value, people’s ruler you are. This minute I have been (in all human forms), equal in the way it applys to all, along with own doing. This is the own nature’s way of telling the past.

Meaning Isckon:

When Arjuna thus saw Krishna in His original form, he said: O Janārdana, seeing this humanlike form, so very beautiful, I am now composed in mind, and I am restored to my original nature.

About Iksvakave

I am on a quest to understand my religion --- Hinduism. I have decided to keep a log of my discoveries, and experiences and what I have come to learn in the process. I like to travel through people vicariously. To observe the working of the mind, body and spirit. And heart. The soul infact is what our bodies have and what we are ultimately or in the end! The pricelessness of the soul is a soul is only potentially divine. Our journey here is therefore to understand that divinity in our lives. The ideals of societies, language, culture religion, and spirituality, is what interests me. what we know and don't know and outside of our four walls, maybe the priceless truth of that journey here on earth also, our yoga to be learned and equally perfected in life. What this blog is about is the values of the mother tongue India. And the values and culture of India and my nationality America. Pricelessness of it one will come to know you see. The forehead, is the center of the Hindu conscious. veena kodali

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