सर्वमेतदृतं मन्ये यन्मां वदसि केशव। न हि ते भगवन् व्यक्ितं विदुर्देवा न दानवाः।।10.14।।
sarvam etad ṛitaṁ manye yan māṁ vadasi keśhava na hi te bhagavan vyaktiṁ vidur devā na dānavāḥ
sarvam—everything; etat—this; ṛitam—truth; manye—I accept; yat—which; mām—me; vadasi—you tell; keśhava—Shree Krishna, the killer of the demon named Keshi; na—neither; hi—verily; te—your; bhagavan—the Supreme Lord; vyaktim—personality; viduḥ—can understand; devāḥ—the celestial gods; na—nor; dānavāḥ—the demons
I believe all that You have said to me to be true, O Krishna; indeed, O blessed Lord! Neither the gods nor the demons know Your manifestation (origin).
10.14 सर्वम् all? एतत् this? ऋतम् true? मन्ये (I) think? यत् which? माम् to me? वदसि (Thou) sayest? केशव O Krishna? न not? हि verily? ते Thy? भगवन् O blessed Lord? व्यक्तिम् manifestation? विदुः know? देवाः gods? न not? दानवाः demons.Commentary Bhagavan is He? in whom ever exist the six attributes in their fullness? viz.? Jnana (wisdom)? Vairagya (dispassion)? Aisvarya (lordship)? Dharma (virtue)?
Sri (wealth) and Bala (omnipotence). Also? He Who knows the origin? dissolution and the future of all beings and Who is omniscient? is called Bhagavan.Vyakti Origin.Danavah Demons or the Titans.Arjuna addresses the Lord as Keshava (Lord of all) because the Lord knows what is going on in his mind? as He is omniscient. As the Lord is the source of the gods? the demons and others? they cannot comprehend His manifestation or origin. (Cf.IV.6)