The Vishvaroopa is possessed of the heads of all the devas in the Hindu pantheon, from the wrathful to the equanimous. Above the row of gold crowns rises the multitude of hoods of the shashtanaga. Dressed in a gorgeously coloured dhoti and angavastram, the Vishvaroopa has an infinite number of limbs, each wielding a divine weapon against the onslaught of adharma. Statement gold adornments that convey the glamour of the Vishvaroopa, and the image of every imaginable deity on His skin and His attire and all over His very being.
At His feet is the chariot of Lord Krishna who is responsible for the revelation. Arjuna is overwhelmed and looks up to Vishvaroopa with superlative devotion. In a chariot of gold drawn by milk white horses, he is on the verge of charging into battle and fulfilling his duty ordained by the divine. The background comprises a view of the extensive Kaurava army, their flags blending into the gold and blue of the heavens above.