Arjuna said: By Your mercy, You have explained the greatest secret about Your supreme nature – thus my bewilderment is gone.
Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 11 - Vishvarupa Darshana Yoga - The Yoga of the Universal Form
O lotus-eyed Krishna, I have heard Your detailed description of the creation and destruction of all living beings, as well as Your eternal glories.
O Supreme Controller, what You have described about Yourself is true. O Supreme Person, I now desire to see Your form of great splendor.
O Master of all yogis, if You think that it is possible, then kindly show that immortal form to me.
Bhagavan Shri Krishna replied: Partha, behold My unlimited divine forms of various hues and shapes.
O descendent of Bharata, behold the Adityas, Vasus, Rudras, the Ashvini-kumaras and the Marutas. Behold the multifarious amazing forms, never before seen.
O conqueror of sleep, behold in this one place the entire cosmos, including all moving and non-moving beings, all within this form of Mine along with whatever else you desire to see.
Yet you are unable to perceive this with your present eyes, therefore I will give you divine vision. Now behold My mystic splendor!
Sanjaya said: O Maharaja Dhritarashtra, having spoken thus to Partha, the Great Master of all mysticism, Shri Krishna, revealed the majesty of His universal form.
Shri Krishna revealed His form of infinite mouths and eyes, adorned with many divine ornaments and raising many celestial weapons. He was decorated with divine garlands and garments and anointed with heavenly fragrances. He was most wonderful, splendorous, unlimited and all-pervading.