Arjuna

  • accepts all Kṛṣṇa says as truth, 6, 14, 512
  • accepts Kṛṣṇa as Supreme, 5-6
  • addressed as anagha, sinless, 719-720
  • addressed as beloved child of Kurus, 125
  • addressed as best among men, 92
  • addressed as best of Bharatas, 208, 386, 433, 544, 653, 783, 808
  • addressed as best of Kurus, 256, 580
  • addressed as descendant of Bharata, 96, 112, 224
  • addressed as Dhanañjaya, 44, 134, 267, 456, 605, 803, 841
  • addressed as Guḍākeśa, 51, 84, 519
  • addressed as Lord of the Bhāratas, 377
  • addressed as parantapaḥ, chastiser of enemies, 83-84
  • addressed as Pārtha, 52, 101, 115, 141, 188, 417, 430, 805
  • addressed as Savyasācin, 564
  • addressed as scion of Bharata, 91, 403, 622, 831
  • addressed as son of Bharata, 659, 666, 671,673, 675, 718, 722
  • addressed as son of Kuntī, 90, 119, 170, 296, 345, 373, 427, 454, 457, 475, 480, 620, 667, 670, 745, 817, 819, 829
  • addressed as son of Kuru, 354, 676
  • addressed as son of Pāṇḍu, 729
  • addressed as son of Pṛthā, 75, 121, 186, 232, 258, 362, 375, 424, 464, 486, 543, 602, 728, 730, 775, 785, 804
  • addressed as tiger among men, 783
  • agrees to fight, regains memory, 15, 539-540, 842-843
  • anxious to see with whom he must fight, 49-50
  • as always thinking of Kṛṣṇa, 25, 51
  • as compassionate and softhearted, 54-55, 60, 69, 72, 118-119
  • as disciple and devotee of Kṛṣṇa, 7, 79, 81, 84, 122, 217
  • as friend and relative to Kṛṣṇa, 4-5, 76, 84-85, 87, 217
  • as ideal disciple of Gītā, 5-6, 23, 32, 81
  • as instrument of Kṛṣṇa in battle, 60, 564-565
  • as mahā-bāhu, mighty-armed, 108
  • as representative of atomic soul, 90, 100
  • as student of Droṇācārya, 35
  • beholds all his friends and relatives on the Battlefield, 53
  • blows his transcendental conchshell, 43-44
  • cited by Duryodhana as heroic bowman, 36
  • compared to eating bird on tree of body, 102
  • defeated Śiva and received pāśupata-astra, 116
  • desires that Kṛṣṇa kill his relatives personally, 60
  • disciplic succession reestablished with, 4
  • disinterested in seeing four-armed form, 583
  • inquires into fate of unsuccessful yogī, 347-349
  • experiences symptoms of fear, 54-56
  • family attachment as root of his problems, 80-81
  • favorably influenced by Kurukṣetra, 33
  • fears he has offended Kṛṣṇa out of friendship, 573
  • foresees imminent death, 54-55
  • forgets Kṛṣṇa’s nature, 221
  • forgets kṣatriya codes, 57-58
  • frightened and bewildered by universal form, 558-559, 590
  • given military honors by Indra, 116
  • Hanumān and Rāma on his chariot, 48
  • his chariot capable of conquering in all three worlds, 43
  • his chariot donated by fire-god Agni, 43
  • his delusions and impurities, 14-15, 57-58, 73, 80-81, 86, 90, 261
  • his duty to fight, 63, 98, 101, 113, 115, 116, 157, 169, 280, 730
  • his enlightenment frustrates Dhṛtarāṣṭra, 84
  • his grief overwhelming, 70, 72, 81
  • his mind understood by Kṛṣṇa, 52
  • his positive attributes, 33, 51, 61, 68, 70, 79, 343, 729-730
  • his prayers and obeisances to universal form, 550-563, 567-578
  • his reluctance and refusal to fight, 49, 56-63, 69-70, 75, 77-79, 83
  • his senses controlled and satisfied by Kṛṣṇa, 44, 59
  • his victory assured, 43, 48, 50
  • his wife, Draupadī, daughter of King Drupada, 35
  • his wife Draupadī’s disrobing, 41
  • infamy worse for him than death, 117
  • inquires on behalf of common people and demons, 218-219, 515
  • Karṇa identified as his half brother, 38
  • Kṛṣṇa as, 533-534
  • likened to calf, 28
  • not equal to Kṛṣṇa, 90, 104
  • one who follows him is not bewildered, 240
  • orders Kṛṣṇa to draw chariot between the armies, 49
  • perplexed by Kṛṣṇa, 272
  • petitions Kṛṣṇa’s forgiveness and toleration, 576
  • placed in ignorance so Gītā could be spoken, 7, 11
  • present when Gītā was first spoken to sun-god, 221
  • proclaims yoga system impossible, 25, 342-343
  • rejects theory of Vaibhāṣikas, 108
  • requests to see four-armed Nārāyaṇa form, 577-578
  • significance as Pārtha, 52
  • significance of his great heritage as Kaunteya and Bhārata, 91
  • unable to solve problems without spiritual master, 81-82
  • wants Kṛṣṇa to kill demon of misunderstanding, 72

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