maya tatam idam sarvam
na caham tesv avasthitah
"By Me, in My unmanifested form, this entire universe is pervaded. All beings are in Me, but I am not in them."
Means and destination should be excellent. Idam = this [ what we see and perceive], sarvam = entire, jagad =Universe, maya =by Me [Sri Krishna], tatam = is well pervaded. That is the Lord is in every conceivable matter, without exception, and is ruling. This is called Vyapakatvam or everywhere present. Avyakta murtina = [the Lord's form is] imperceptible image. We see so many objects but not the Lord present in them. Vyapakatvam is for ruling and supporting, those objects. Mat sthani = Keeping Me [Sri Krishna] as dwelling place, sarva dbhutani = all living beings [ without exception]. Earlier He said He was present in all and now He says all are present in Him. Tesu = in those living beings, aham = I [Sri Krishna], na avastita = not there. It may look contradictory that just after telling that He was present in all
[maya tatam], immediately He says He is not in them [na avastita]. Here we have to carefully note the difference. He said that by being inside all, He is controlling and supporting. On the same logic we should not conclude that all living beings are inside and so they control and support Him. He supports and rules whether they are in Him or He is in them. So to note this difference only the last line tells that He is not controlled nor ruled by these living beings just because they are in Him. A bhakta understands this clearly. We will now take leave of this Kshetram.