पवनः पवतामस्मि रामः शस्त्रभृतामहम्।
झषाणां मकरश्चास्मि स्रोतसामस्मि जाह्नवी।।10.31।।
10.31 Of the purifiers I am air; among the wielders of weapons I am Rama. Among fishes, too, I am the shark; I am Ganga among rivers.
10.31 Of moving things, namely, of things whose nature is to move, I am the wind. Of those who bear weapons, I am Rama. Here the ality of bearing weapons is the Vibhuti, as no other sense is possible. Aditya etc., being individual selves, constitute attributes of the Lord, who is their Self as they constitute His body. Therefore they stand in the same position of the attribute as that of bearing weapons.
Pavanah pavataamasmi raamah shastrabhritaamaham; Jhashaanaam makarashchaasmi srotasaamasmi jaahnavee.
pavanaḥ—the wind; pavatām—of all that purifies; asmi—I am; rāmaḥ—Ram; śhastra-bhṛitām—of the carriers of weapons; aham—I am; jhaṣhāṇām—of all acquatics; makaraḥ—crocodile; cha—also; asmi—I am; srotasām—of flowing rivers; asmi—I am; jāhnavī—the Ganges