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Whose Vishwaroop did Arjuna actually see?

Specifically, relating to the Gita verse 11.15 mentioned in the video link given in the question, two famous modern Indian translations/meanings are presented below. 1. Meaning (tAtparya)taken from ...
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Why Atma is interpreted as a witness.?

First, you have committed a causal fallacy in your opening. You have equated the material act of perception with the 'perception' of Brahman. How men perceive this universe is limited to the senses ...
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Why Atma is interpreted as a witness.?

Witness or Sakshi is to be self Aware, or to bear witness to the one's own existence, which is nothing but to witness the infinite, Whole, Brahman. Because there is no Second entity to witness other ...

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