jyāyasī cētkarmaṇastē matā buddhirjanārdana.
tatkiṅ karmaṇi ghōrē māṅ niyōjayasi kēśava৷৷3.1৷৷
3.1 jyāyasī superior? cēt if? karmaṇaḥ than action? tē by Thee? matā thought? buddhiḥ knowledge? janārdana O Janardana? tat then? kim why? karmaṇi in action? ghōrē terrible? mām me? niyōjayasi Thou engagest? kēśava O Kesava.Commentary: In verses 49? 50 and 51 of chapter II? Lord Krsihna has spoken very highly about uddhi Yoga. He again asks Arjuna to fight. That is the reason why Arjuna is perplexed now.