Link:- Arjuna overwhelmed with joy and wonder, and describing the sight, which he saw in the Lord's cosmic form, makes a rapturous utterance, offering his praise, to Him, in the next three verses.
pasyami devamstava deva dehe sarvamstathabhitavisesasanghan
brahmanamisam kamalasanastha-mrsimaca sarvanuragamsca divyan
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o Lord, I see within Your body all the gods and multitude of different beings; observe Brahma seated on His lotus-seat, Siva and all the sages and celestial serpents. 15
Pasyami devamstava deva dehe sarvnmstamabhatavisecasanghan:- With divine eyes, Arjuna, was able to behold not only multitude of beings, but also paradise, the abode of the gods, and also the entire universe with Brahma, the creator, Visnu, the preserver and Mahesa, the destroyer.
Brahmanamisam kamalasanastham:- Arjuna says, that he beheld Brahma seated on a lotus-seat. This lotus-seat is the one that sprang from the navel of Lord Visnu. It means, that Arjuna saw the stalk of the lotus and also the place, from where the lotus sprang up. It shows that he had a vision of Visnu, the progenitor of Brahma. He also saw Lord Siva, sitting in his abode, under the banyan tree, on mount Kailasa.
Rsimsca sarvanuragamscaaa divyan:- Arjuna, beheld the sages, living on the earth and divine serpents, living in the underworld. In this verse, Arjuna's statement affirms that he beheld, the three worlds - the earth, the paradise and the underworld, in Lord Krsna's body, with three division concentrated at one place (Gita 11/13). Besides them, he also beheld the abodes of Brahma, Visnu and Mahesa, as well as, those three chief deities. This is all due, to the glory of the divine eyes, bestowed by the Lord.
When Lord Krsna declares, that He holds the entire universe in a limb of his body, Arjuna prays to Him, to reveal His divine form to him.