मन्यसे यदि तच्छक्यं मया द्रष्टुमिति प्रभो।
योगेश्वर ततो मे त्वं दर्शयाऽत्मानमव्ययम्।।11.4।।
।।11.4।। हे प्रभो यदि आप मानते हैं कि मेरे द्वारा वह आपका रूप देखा जाना संभव है? तो हे योगेश्वर आप अपने अव्यय रूप का दर्शन कराइये।।
The word avyayam means in entirety. Arjuna wishes to see the complete visvarupa or divine universal form of Lord Krishna. The word yogesvara means the lord of yoga or perfecting the science of the individual consciousness attaining communion with the ultimate consciousness. As the lord of yoga He possesses all divine attributes such a wisdom, power, sovereignty, splendour and glory to the maximum degree that is not found to be possessed by any other except Himself and is impossible to duplicate even a portion of it. These will become clearly apparent in the next verse when Lord Krishna tells Arjuna what he will see when beholding His magnificent visvarupa. To alleviate the yearning of supplication of His disciple who was earnestly desirous to see His divine universal form and who was enlivened and animated in rapturous emotion, the Supreme Lord Krishna spoke as follows.