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याभिर्विभूतिभिर्लोकानिमांस्त्वं व्याप्य तिष्ठसि || 16||
vaktum arhasyaśheṣheṇa divyā hyātma-vibhūtayaḥ
yābhir vibhūtibhir lokān imāṁs tvaṁ vyāpya tiṣhṭhasi
vaktum—to describe; arhasi—please do; aśheṣheṇa—completely; divyāḥ—divine; hi—indeed; ātma—your own; vibhūtayaḥ—opulences; yābhiḥ—by which; vibhūtibhiḥ—opulences; lokān—all worlds; imān—these; tvam—you; vyāpya—pervade; tiṣhṭhasi—reside;
You should indeed tell me, in full, of Your divine powers, whereby You pervade all the worlds and abide in them.
The Lord alone could be the interpreter, the commentator of His own Divine Sovereignty. Arjuna, as the faithful devotee, prays to the Lord to reveal His Glories as no one else knows Him.