Srimad Bhagavadgita Sadhaka Sanjivani -Swami Ramsukhdas
Appendix:- The verb `pasya' has two meanings - 'to know' and 'to see.' In the fifth verse of the ninth chapter this term in the expression 'pasya me yogamaisvaram' has been used in the sense 'to know' and here me expression 'pasya me yogamaidvaram' this term means 'to see' the cosmic form of the Lord. It means that whatever is to he known, is God, and whatever is to be seen, is also God. There is nothing else besides God. In this chapter there is singularity of seeing the Lord's divine form rather than its description. Therefore Sanjaya at the end of the Gita mentioned the singularity of the dialogue and also the singularity of the Lord's cosmic form (18/76-77).