Srimad Bhagavad Gita -Ramanujacharya
Chapter-11 Viśvarūpa Darśana Yogaḥ
The Vision of the Cosmic Form
Summary of the Teaching
Thus, for engendering Bhakti Yoga and helping to develop it, Sri Krishna taught that He is the Over-Self of all beings. He gave a narration of His unique auspicious attributes which characterize Him as different from all other entities. He also taught that the entire range of sentient and insentient beings which are likened to the corporeality or “body” of God, are completely dependant upon Him for their origin, existent and activity.
Having heard from Krishna of His marvelous and unique nature and activity; and being convinced of the truth of this revelation, Arjuna became desirous of directly perceiving these things and conveyed his longing to Krishna. By His grace, Arjuna was able to see Him as described in this chapter.
śrī arjuna uvāca