The Bhagavadgita - Chapter 2, Verse 1
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taṃ tathā kṛpayāviṣṭam aśrupūrṇākulekṣaṇam
viṣīdantam idaṃ vākyam uvāca madhusūdanaḥ.
Sanjaya said : To him thus with pity overcome, with smarting brimming eyes, despondent,
Madhustidana spake these words :
Said Sanjaya," Seeing Arjuna thus filled with compassion, histearful eyes and melancholic
mood, Madhusudhana spoke these words."
Sanjaya said: To him who was thus overcome with pity and who was despondent, with eyes full of
tears and agitated, Krishna or Madhusudana (the destroyer of Madhu), spoke these
Sanjaya said: To him who was thus overcome with pity and afflicted, and whose eyes were full of
tears and agitated, the destroyer of Madhu spoke as follows :
Sanjaya said: To him who was thus overwhelmed with pity and sorrowing, and whose
eyes were dimmed with tears, Madhusudana spoke these words:
Sanjaya then told how the Lord Shri Krishna, seeing Arjuna overwhelmed with compassion,
his eyes dimmed with flowing tears and full of despondency, consoled him:
Sanjaya said: Lord Krishna spoke these words to Arjuna whose eyes were tearful and
downcast, and who was overwhelmed with compassion and despair.
Sanjaya. Him, filled with such compassion and such grief, With eyes tear-dimmed,
despondent, in stern words The Driver, Madhusudan, thus addressed:
Sanjaya said,--"Unto him thus possessed with pity, his eyes filled and oppressed
with tears, and desponding, the slayer of Madhu said these words."
To him, who was thus overcome with pity, and dejected, and whose eyes were full
of tears and turbid, the destroyer of Madhu spoke these words.
Sanjaya said: To him who was thus overwhelmed by compassion, whose troubled eyes
were full o f tears, W ho was deeply depressed, M adhusudana spoke these words.
Sanjaya said: To him, who was overwhelmed with sorrow and despair, whose eyes were
flowing with tears, Madhusudana said: