Srimad Bhagavad-Gita :
Chapter-11. ( Visvarupa-darsana-yogam)
pasyadityan vasun rudran asvinau marutastatha,
bahunyadrshtapurvani pasyascaryani bharata.
adityan vasun = all aditya-s ( the twelve sons of Aditi ) and the eight Vasus and;
rudran asvinau = all the eleven forms of Rudra, and the two Asvini devathas and;
marutah pasya = also see all the forty-nine forms of Maruts (Vayu devatha / Lord Wind ) and;
tatha adrshtapurvani = thus, not before heard /seen;
bahuni ascaryani = and many more wonders;
bharata pasya = hey Arjuna! you see yourself.
Some of these diverse and divine expansions being manifested within the visvarupa or divine universal form are enumerated here by Lord Krishna.
Phenomenal forms of wonder and marvel that were never before seen anywhere in the universe by anyone.
Lord Krishna states pasya or behold enumerating a few of His vibhutis that have been described previously such as the Adityas, Rudras, etc. and all the demigods also which are able to be perceived within His visvarupa or divine universal form.
Besides these there are other unlimited forms of marvel and wonder that have never before been seen by anyone.
Lord Krishna explains that within His visvarupa or divine universal form the 12 Adityas, the 8 Vasus, the 11 Rudras, the 2 Asvins, the 49 Maruts etc. can all be seen.
It can be perceived in His magnificent extraordinarily phenomenal universal form, unlimited wonders and marvels.
They are marvels that can be manifest in this world, marvels that can manifest in other worlds and all those marvels mentioned and described in the Vedic scriptures which may include some or all of the previous two categories.
All of these wonders have never before been seen.
To be continued ...