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Bhagavad Gita Online Class 92

Arjuna now begins to see the future through the vishvaroop (Universal Form). The two examples of how the Kauravas would meet their deaths: like rivers meeting the ocean and like moths rushing into a blazing fire (chapter 11 verses 22 to 30) 


•A study of the 12 Sādhyas through the Vāyu Purana.


•A study of the 10 Visvas (gods).


•A study of the 7 Ushmapā (ancestors) through the Shiv Purana.


•Why Arjuna has said so many times that the vishvaroop ("Universal Form") has many mouths and many eyes. When a person is terrified, frightened and fearful, then mixed feelings arise from them.


•The description of the vishvaroop ("Universal Form") as blazing with many hues and colours, and having large glowing eyes.


•Why ShreeKrushna is addressed as as Devesha (Lord of the gods) and Jaganivāsa (Refuge of the worlds).


•Until now Arjuna was looking at the past and the present moment of the vishvaroop ("Universal Form"). From the 27th verse, he begins to also see the future.


•A study of the poems of the poet Sagir about how to recognise that everything is being done by God.


•Why birth is a very subtle event whereas death is a very physical event.


•Arjuna's two examples of how the Kauravas would meet their deaths: the first example of rivers meeting the ocean and the second example of moths rushing into a blazing fire.


•Why an individual has to pay the consequences of his own karmas.


•A study of the Garuda Purana about how a person who is running after sensual happiness forgets what is good for him.


Chapter 11 verse 21:


Chapter 11 verse 22:


Chapter 11 verse 23:


Chapter 11 verse 24:


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 Chapter 11 verse 29:


 Chapter 11 verse 30: 


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