vayuryamo'gnirvarunah sasankah prajapatistvam prapitamahasca
namo namaste'stu sahasrakrtvah punasca bhuyo'pi namo namaste
You are the God of wind, God of death (yama), God of fire and water, the moon-god, prajapati, and the great grandfather of beings. Salutations to You, salutations a thousand time and again salutations to You. 39
Vayuh:- The Lord, is the Wind-god who gives life-breath and energy, to all beings.
Yamah:- The Lord is the god of death, and the entire universe, is controlled by Him.
Agnih:- He is the Fire-god, who gives light, fire and heat and digests food as the gastric fire.
Varunah:- The Lord is the god of water, without which life is impossible.
Sasankah:- The Lord is the moon, which nourishes plants, herbs and vegetation.
Prajapatih:- He is Daksa Prajapati, who created the universe.
'Prapitamahah:- Brahma is the grandfather of all beings, because he is the father of Daksa Prajapati who created the universe. God is the creator of Brahma. So, He is the great grandfather of all beings.
Namo namaste'stu sahasrakrtvah punasca bhnyo'pi namo namaste:- The Lord, Himself is god Indra and He is also other gods. He possesses infinite forms. How can Arjuna describe His merits and glories? He can do nothing, besides bowing to Him again and again.
A striver, is responsible for performing his duty, only so long as he depends on his power i.e., he is proud of his power. But, when he is unable to perform it, he only bows to the Lord i.e., he surrenders himself to the Lord, and then the full responsibility goes to the Lord, and he then performs the duty, only as His instrument, without having any responsibility, of his own.