Srimad Bhagavadgita Sadhaka Sanjivani -Swami Ramsukhdas
In the forty-first and forty-second verses, Arjuna explained that carelessness, intimacy and fun, are three factors, which contribute to a feeling of a slight. So, here by citing the examples of father and son, husband and wife, friend and friend, Arjuna clarifies the above three factors, respectively.
In the eleventh chapter, there is description of eleven sentiments. In the Lord's divine form there is a sentiment of serenity (11/15—18), in the cosmic form there is a sentiment of wonder, (11/20); in the fearful form, in which people are being destroyed, there is a sentiment of wrath (11/30—32); in the vast and terrible form having fearful teeth resembling a raging fire, there is a sentiment of disgust (11/23—25); when Lord Krsna asks Arjuna to arise for battle, there is a sentiment of bravery (11/33); when Arjuna bows down and prostrates his body, there is a sentiment of service (11/44); when Arjuna beholds warriors, entering the Lord's mouth, with great rapidity for destruction, there is a sentiment of pity (11/28-29); when Arjuna prays to Lord Krsna, to forgive his faults, by giving illustrations of a father, a friend and a husband, these are sentiments, of affection, friendship and conjugal love, respectively (11/44) and when Arjuna thinks of the way, in which he might have insulted Lord Krsna in jest, there is the sentiment of humour (11/42).