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Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 11, Verse 30


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लेलिह्यसे ग्रसमान: समन्ता-
ल्लोकान्समग्रान्वदनैर्ज्वलद्भि: |
तेजोभिरापूर्य जगत्समग्रं
भासस्तवोग्रा: प्रतपन्ति विष्णो || 30||

lelihyase grasamānaḥ samantāl
lokān samagrān vadanair jvaladbhiḥ
tejobhir āpūrya jagat samagraṁ
bhāsas tavogrāḥ pratapanti viṣhṇo

lelihyase—you are licking; grasamānaḥ—devouring; samantāt—on all sides; lokān—worlds; samagrān—all; vadanaiḥ—with mouths; jvaladbhiḥ—blazing; tejobhiḥ—by effulgence; āpūrya—filled with; jagat—the universe; samagram—all; bhāsaḥ—rays; tava—your; ugrāḥ—fierce; pratapanti—scorching; viṣhṇo—Lord Vishnu

BG 11.30: With Your fiery tongues You are licking up the hosts of living beings on all sides and devouring them with Your blazing mouths. O Vishnu, You are scorching the entire universe with the fierce, all-pervading rays of Your effulgence.

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