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Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 18, Verse 74


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सञ्जय उवाच |
इत्यहं वासुदेवस्य पार्थस्य च महात्मन: |
संवादमिममश्रौषमद्भुतं रोमहर्षणम् || 74||

sañjaya uvācha
ity ahaṁ vāsudevasya pārthasya cha mahātmanaḥ
saṁvādam imam aśhrauṣham adbhutaṁ roma-harṣhaṇam

sañjayaḥ uvācha—Sanjay said; iti—thus; aham—I; vāsudevasya—of Shree Krishna; pārthasya—Arjun; cha—and; mahā-ātmanaḥ—the noble hearted soul; saṁvādam—conversation; imam—this; aśhrauṣham—have heard; adbhutam—wonderful; roma-harṣhaṇam—which causes the hair to stand on end

BG 18.74: Sanjay said: Thus, have I heard this wonderful conversation between Shree Krishna, the Son of Vasudev, and Arjun, the noble-hearted son of Pritha. So thrilling is the message that my hair is standing on end.

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