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Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 11, Verse 49


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मा ते व्यथा मा च विमूढभावो
दृष्ट्वा रूपं घोरमीदृङ्ममेदम् |
व्यपेतभी: प्रीतमना: पुनस्त्वं
तदेव मे रूपमिदं प्रपश्य || 49||

mā te vyathā mā cha vimūḍha-bhāvo
dṛiṣhṭvā rūpaṁ ghoram īdṛiṅ mamedam
vyapeta-bhīḥ prīta-manāḥ punas tvaṁ
tad eva me rūpam idaṁ prapaśhya

mā te—you should not be; vyathā—afraid; mā—not; cha—and; vimūḍha-bhāvaḥ—bewildered state; dṛiṣhṭvā—on seeing; rūpam—form; ghoram—terrible; īdṛik—such; mama—of mine; idam—this; vyapeta-bhīḥ—free from fear; prīta-manāḥ—cheerful mind; punaḥ—again; tvam—you; tat eva—that very; me—my; rūpam—form; idam—this; prapaśhya—behold

BG 11.49: Be neither afraid nor bewildered on seeing this terrible form of Mine. Be free from fear and with a cheerful heart, behold Me once again in My personal form.

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