पश्यामि त्वां दीप्तहुताशवक्त्रम्
स्वतेजसा विश्वमिदं तपन्तम्।।11.19।।
।।11.19।। मैं आपको आदि? अन्त और मध्य से रहित तथा अनंत सार्मथ्य से युक्त और अनंत बाहुओं वाला तथा चन्द्रसूर्यरूपी नेत्रों वाला और दीप्त अग्निरूपी मुख वाला तथा अपने तेज से इस विश्व को तपाते हुए देखता हूँ।।
In reference to Lord Krishnas visvarupa or divine universal form having His eyes being the sun and moon. It should be understood as both the sun and the moon which originate from Him. Then this is in accordance with the Rig Veda that states: Since all the 330 million demigods have been produced from just a portion of the Supreme Lord they are glorified as His individual parts. Also other Vedic scriptures have stated: From the mind the moon was created and from the eyes the sun was created. In consideration of the infinite number of forms within it that can be seen it is appropriate to say that all these infinite forms have their refuge in the visvarupa.