Bhagavad Gita: Chapter 10, Verse 16-17

वक्तुमर्हस्यशेषेण दिव्या ह्यात्मविभूतय: |
याभिर्विभूतिभिर्लोकानिमांस्त्वं व्याप्य तिष्ठसि || 16||
कथं विद्यामहं योगिंस्त्वां सदा परिचिन्तयन् |
केषु केषु च भावेषु चिन्त्योऽसि भगवन्मया || 17||

vaktum arhasyaśheṣheṇa divyā hyātma-vibhūtayaḥ
yābhir vibhūtibhir lokān imāṁs tvaṁ vyāpya tiṣhṭhasi
kathaṁ vidyām ahaṁ yogins tvāṁ sadā parichintayan
keṣhu keṣhu cha bhāveṣhu chintyo ’si bhagavan mayā

vaktumto desribe; arhasiplease do; aśheṣheṇacompletely; divyāḥdivine; hiindeed; ātmayour own; vibhūtayaḥopulences; yābhiḥby which; vibhūtibhiḥopulences; lokānall worlds; imānthese; tvamyou; vyāpyapervade; tiṣhṭhasireside; kathamhow; vidyām ahamshall I know; yoginthe Supreme Master of Yogmaya; tvāmyou; sadāalways; parichintayanmeditating; keṣhuin what; keṣhuin what; chaand; bhāveṣhuforms; chintyaḥ asito be thought of; bhagavanthe Supreme Divine Personality; mayāby me

Translation

BG 10.16–10.17: Please describe to me your divine opulences, by which you pervade all the worlds and reside in them. O Supreme Master of Yog, how may I know you and think of you. And while meditating, in what forms can I think of you, O Supreme Divine Personality?

Commentary

Here, Yog refers to Yogmaya (God’s divine power), and yogi refers to the Master of Yogmaya. Arjun has understood that Shree Krishna is Bhagavān. He now wishes to know in what other ways, yet untold, is Shree Krishna’s vibhūti (transcendental majestic opulence) displayed throughout creation. He wishes to hear about Shree Krishna’s eminence and paramount position as the Supreme controller of all creation. Thus, he implores, “I am inquisitive to know your divine manifestations so that I may be endowed with unfaltering devotion. But the revelation of your personality is impossible to receive without your grace. So please be merciful and reveal your many glories by which I may perceive you.”