Filled with wonderment, blowing his head, and with palms folded (11.14) Arjun says, "O Shree Krishna, I behold within Your body all the gods and hosts of different beings. I see Brahma seated on the lotus flower; I see Shiva, all the sages, and the celestial serpents (11.15). I see your limitless form with innumerable arms, bellies, mouths, and eyes in every direction. I see no end and no middle and no beginning in this form (11.16). I see You with crown, armed with the mace and disc, shining everywhere as the abode of splendor. It is hard to look upon You in the blazing fire of Your effulgence, which is radiating like the sun in all directions (11.17).
I recognize You as the imperishable, Supreme Truth to be known. You are the support of all creation, You to be the immutable Protector of eternal 𝘿𝙝𝙖𝙧𝙢𝙖; You to be ancient Being (11.18). You are without a beginning, middle, or end; Your power has no limits. Your arms are infinite; the sun and the moon are like Your eyes; fire is coming from your mouth. I see You warming the entire creation by Your radiance (11.19). The space between heaven and earth and all the directions is pervaded by You alone. Seeing Your wondrous and terrible form, I see the three worlds trembling in fear, O Greatest of all beings" (11.20).
Some cultures worship GOD as benevolent and some preach that GOD is the punisher. But, Arjun sees a merciful protector as well as a fearsome form in 𝙑𝙞𝙨𝙝𝙬𝙖𝙧𝙤𝙤𝙥𝙖𝙢 . He sees both Brahma who creates and Shiva who destroys. It is assimilating contradictions as ONE which Arjun is referring to as the Supreme Truth. Once this is known nothing is left to be known.