tvam adi-devah purushah puranas
tvam asya vishvasya param nidhanam
vettasi vedyam ca param ca dhama
tvaya tatam vishvam ananta-rupa

"You are the original Personality of Godhead, the oldest, the ultimate sanctuary of this manifested cosmic world. You are the knower of everything, and You are all that is knowable. You are the supreme refuge, above the material modes. O limitless form! This whole cosmic manifestation is pervaded by You!"

Ananta-rupa = Lord with infinite image, tvam = You [Sri Krishna] are, adi-deva = very First Deva, purusha = grants whatever is prayed, purana = very Ancient but appearing ever fresh [pura + api navam = puranam], asya = to this, vishvasya = Universe, param = most superior or the highest of all, nidhanam = basis, tvam = You [Sri Krishna] are. Sri Krishna is the basis for all this Unuverse, for origin and support. Vettasi = knowledgeable, vedya = to be understood, param = most superior, dhama = abode. That is the Lord is to be attained or to get the result of reaching Vaikuntam. Dhamam is also called purushartam or the ultimta objective. He knows all and all have to know Him, to reach Vaikuntam. Tvaya = by You [Sri Krishna], tatam = pervaded, vishvasya = this Universe. The Lord is pervading the entire Universe, He knows everything and all have to know Him to reach Vaikuntam, basis for entire Universe, Origin of everything and the First among Devas and Ancient, but always afresh, He grants anything prayed for. Who would not respect the Lord with such eminence? Is there any deficiency to protect us? Arms are eight. Is He lacking in weapons? Are there no predecessors, who have been rescued by the Lord? Lord Brahma and Gajendra are standing examples. Is He frightening with all dangerous weapons? Like Sri Pushpavalli Thayar, He is holding flower, symbolic of mercy. Is He ugly that we can not approach? The Lord is radiating like a lamp with the hue of ocean. So. what deficiency we can find to avoid respecting Him? To the Lord, Who is having all matters in this Universe or in Moolaprakruti, and all souls whether baddha or mukta, as His body and pervading everything without any exception, Arjuna offers his obeisance. We now take leave of this Divya desam.