सर्वाश्चर्यमयं देवमनन्तं विश्वतोमुखम्।।11.11।।
11.11 Wearing heavenly garlands and apparel, anointed with heavenly scents, abounding in all kinds of wonder, resplendent, infinite, and with faces everywhere.
11.10 - 11.11 Divyam means resplendent. Anantam (boundless) means that form is not limited by time and space because of its being the foundation of the entire universe in the past, present and future. Visvatomukham means facing in all directions. This form is adorned with divine raiments, perfumes, garlands, ornaments and weapons appropriate to it. He explains the same resplendence expressed by the term Divyam:
Divyamaalyaambaradharam divyagandhaanulepanam; Sarvaashcharyamayam devam anantam vishwatomukham.
aneka—many; vaktra—faces; nayanam—eyes; aneka—many; adbhuta—wonderful; darśhanam—had a vision of; aneka—many; divya—divine; ābharaṇam—ornaments; divya—divine; aneka—many; udyata—uplifted; āyudham—weapons; divya—divine; mālya—garlands; āmbara—garments; dharam—wearing; divya—divine; gandha—fragrances; anulepanam—anointed with; sarva—all; āśhcharya-mayam—wonderful; devam—Lord; anantam—unlimited; viśhwataḥ—all sides; mukham—face