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Bhagavad Gita Chapter 10 Verse 41

भगवद् गीता अध्याय 10 श्लोक 41

यद्यद्विभूतिमत्सत्त्वं श्रीमदूर्जितमेव वा।
तत्तदेवावगच्छ त्वं मम तेजोंऽशसंभवम्।।10.41।।

हिंदी अनुवाद - स्वामी तेजोमयानंद

।।10.41।। जो कोई भी विभूतियुक्त? कान्तियुक्त अथवा शक्तियुक्त वस्तु (या प्राणी) है? उसको तुम मेरे तेज के अंश से ही उत्पन्न हुई जानो।।

Brahma Vaishnava Sampradaya - Commentary

Lord Krishna speaks in general about His vibhuti or divine, transcendental opulence. They all are verily manifestations of His spiritual form and are endowed with an infinitesimal measure of His power and splendour. In the Paingi scripture the same has been stated: In particular Brahma, Shiva, Garuda, Emperors of the whole Earth examples such as Bharata and Yudhisthira and great devotees of the Supreme Lord such as Hanuman and Arjuna are minute fractions of the Supreme Lords vibhuti. Narayana, Rama, Vishnu, Narasingha, etc. are avatars or direct incarnations and expansions of the Supreme Lord Krishna Himself. In the Gautama section it is mentioned that Krishna is the Supreme Lord in the maximum fullness and His other avatars are expansions of Him. The seers, sages, the munis, the enlightened, the self-realised, the powerful sons of Manu are all fragments of Lord Krishnas vibhuti. Others are incarnations of Lord Krishna Humself. The Bhagavat Purana has declared that sages and seers such as Bhrigu and Brihaspati are fragments and others such as Vamana and Varaha, and Buddha and the like are His avatars with the same power, majesty and potency as Him. His avatars are transcendental and eternal exactly like Him in potency although of different forms. Lord Krishna speaks the words mama tejomsa- sambhavan which means are born from a fraction of His power should be understood to be endowed with a fraction of His splendour and not born from it. Endowment due to association with His vibhuti creates a permanent effect which manifests as a fraction of His vibhuti.