Srimad Bhagavadgita Sadhaka Sanjivani -Swami Ramsukhdas
So Lord Krsna asks him to behold the entire universe, in His one limb (1117). Sanjaya who was offered divine vision by Vedavyasa, also declares that Arjuna saw in the person of that Supreme Deity, comprised in one limb, the whole universe, with its manifold divisions (11/13). But Arjuna, hem (in 11/15) declares that he beholds multitudes of different beings; he does not use the expression 'Ekastham' (resting at one place). The reason, is that wherever Arjuna saw, he beheld, only His cosmic form. At that time, Arjuna did not look at the Lord, Who was acting as his chariot-driver. So he beheld only, his cosmic form. But the Lord revealed the entire universe in his one limb, and Sanjaya also beheld the Lord sitting as a chariot-driver, in the chariot as well as, His cosmic form. So, both of them, use the term, 'Ekastham' (concentrated at one place).
- The term 'Ekastham' (concentrated at one place) has been used both by the Lord and by Sanjaya. So it should be assumed that Arjuna also beheld the cosmic form in a limb of the Lord.
- Infinite universes rise up from each of your pores and fall down again in the same way as panicles of dust appear flying in the rays of the sun coming through a window screened with netting (Srimadbha. 10/14/11).