Link:- Beholding the very terrible cosmic form of the Lord, Arjuna asked Him, in the thirty-first verse, who He was and what He wanted to do. In the thirty-second verse, the Lord answered, that He was the mighty Time, and came to destroy the world Then in the thirty-third and thirty-fourth verses, the Lard asked him to fight, consoling him that he would win, because his enemies had already been killed by Him. Sanjya, now reveals to Dhrtarastra, A juna's reaction to the Lord's exhortation.
etacchrutva vacanam kesavasya krtanjalirvepanthnah kiriti
namaskrtva bhuya evaha krsnam-sagadgadam bhitabhitah pranamya
Having heard these words of Lord Ketava, the crowned one (Arjuna), with folded hands, trembling, prostrating himself over again overwhelmed with fear addressed Lord Krsna, in a choked voice, after bowing down. 35
Etacchrutva vacanam kedavasya krtanjalirvepamanah kiritt:- Arjuna, was terror-struck, after beholding the Lord's terrible cosmic form. He was more terrified when the Lord declared, that He was the mighty Time, Who would destroy all the warriors. So, he began to tremble and bowed to Him, with joined palms.
Arjuna helped Indra, the king of the gods, by killing demons Kala and Khanja etc. As a token of his pleasure, Indra placed a divine diadem (Kirita), possessing the brilliance of sun, on his head. So Arjuna is called viz., the crowned one. Here, the same Arjuna, who helped Indra by killing huge demons, was trembling with fear.
Namaskrtva bhuya evaha kesnamsagadgadasis bhttabhitah prapamya:- Time, is Lord's destroying power, which always keeps on devouring all beings without exception. When Arjuna, beheld the terrible form of the Lord, he thought that Lord Krsna is the master of that Time (Death), which devours the entire universe. So, except Him, there was no saviour, to protect him, from the clutches of Time (Death). So Arjuna, bowed deep to Him, again and again.
Bhuya:-By this term, Sanjaya means to say, that from the fifteenth verse to the thirty-first verse, Arjuna offered praises to the Lord and bowed to Him, and now again he begins to offer his praises to Him and bows to Him.
Voice, gets faltered and choked, out of fear, as well as joy. If Arjuna had been too much terrified, he could not have uttered any words. It shows, that Arjuna was not, too much terrified.