The Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 11, The Manifesting of the One and the Manifold Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11, The Manifesting of the One and the Manifold Summary and Analysis

Arjuna's growing belief causes him to make a request. He specifically asks to see the complete and revealed form of the chariot's driver, Krishna. He admits with some understandable fear, that he only wishes to see this if the other judges correctly that Arjuna can 'handle' the vision of it.

Krishna obliges happily. However, there is some kind of limitation, whether intentional or not cannot be sure. Krishna states that his true form is hinted at in the guises of all things; the relatively innumerable forms of nature are clues as to his true form. Then he also claims that his present incarnation in the role of the charioteer is also suggestive of his true nature. He offers Arjuna the ability to look with "divine...

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