The eleventh chapter of the Bhagavad Gita is known as the Viśva-Rūpa-Darśana-Yoga, which means the Yoga of the Vision of the Cosmic Form. In this chapter, Arjuna asks Lord Krishna to show him His divine form. Krishna grants Arjuna’s request and reveals to him His cosmic form, which is described in great detail.
Krishna’s form is said to be awe-inspiring, with countless mouths and eyes, and an infinite number of arms. Arjuna sees within Krishna’s form all the beings of the universe, both living and non-living. The sight is so overwhelming that Arjuna begs Krishna to return to His normal form.
This chapter emphasizes the importance of having faith in God and the power of devotion. It also teaches that God is present in all things, both animate and inanimate, and that His form is infinite and beyond human comprehension. By seeing the cosmic form of God, Arjuna is able to overcome his fear and doubt and re-establish his faith in Krishna.
The Viśva-Rūpa-Darśana-Yoga is considered one of the most important and powerful chapters of the Bhagavad Gita, as it provides a glimpse into the nature of God and the universe. It is also seen as a pivotal moment in Arjuna’s spiritual journey, as he is able to move beyond his limited human perspective and experience the vastness and complexity of the divine.