Canto 10: The Summum BonumChapter 41: Kṛṣṇa and Balarāma Enter Mathurā

Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 10.41.4

śrī-akrūra uvāca

adbhutānīha yāvanti

bhūmau viyati jale

tvayi viśvātmake tāni

kiḿ me 'dṛṣṭaḿ vipaśyataḥ

SYNONYMS

śrī-akrūraḥ uvācaŚrī Akrūra said; adbhutāni — wonderful things; ihain this world; yāvanti — whatever; bhūmau — on the earth; viyatiin the sky; — or; jalein the water; tvayiin You; viśva-ātmake — who comprise everything; tāni — they; kim — what; me — by me; adṛṣṭam — not seen; vipaśyataḥ — seeing (You).

TRANSLATION

Śrī Akrūra said: Whatever wonderful things the earth, sky or water contain, all exist in You. Since You encompass everything, when I am seeing You, what have I not seen?

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