Akshara Brahma Yoga
Vishwarupa Darshana Yoga
Yes – human mind and eyes are incapable of imagining or seeing the true form of Supreme Truth.
No – Arjuna is able to see the Vishwarupa form with his own eyes.
I see thee with no beginning, middle, end, infinite in might, with infinite arms, with the sun and moon for eyes, with face glowing as fire. Thou doest give heat to this World by thy own radiance.
If thousands of Suns were to rise at once in the Sky and blaze that would be like the splendour of the mighty one.
Pandu’s son then saw in the body of the god of gods, entire universe concentrated there, divided into many parts.
The seekers striving for perfection behold Him dwelling in the Self; but the unrefined and unintelligent, even though striving, see Him not.
By unwavering devotion
By Study of Vedas
True – The mighty world-destroying Time will destroy them.
False – If Arjuna do not kill them they will become Chiranjeevis
The form of Brahma
The form of Shiva
The form of Vishnu
The form of Mother Goddess
Dedicating all work to the Lord
Performing costly rituals
Being free from all attachments and having no sense of enmity
Keeping God as one’s goal
No this verse is not part of Chapter 11 – Krishna do not mention the names of Drona etc
Yes this verse is part of Chapter 11 and Krishna categorically mentions these names Arjuna has attachment to Drona and Bhishma; Jayadratha is invincible and Karna is the arch rival of Arjuna.