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Bhagavad Gita Chapter 9 Verse 7

भगवद् गीता अध्याय 9 श्लोक 7

सर्वभूतानि कौन्तेय प्रकृतिं यान्ति मामिकाम्।
कल्पक्षये पुनस्तानि कल्पादौ विसृजाम्यहम्।।9.7।।

हिंदी अनुवाद - स्वामी रामसुख दास जी ( भगवद् गीता 9.7)

।।9.7।।हे कुन्तीनन्दन कल्पोंका क्षय होनेपर सम्पूर्ण प्राणी मेरी प्रकृतिको प्राप्त होते हैं और कल्पोंके आदिमें मैं फिर उनकी रचना करता हूँ।

Rudra Vaishnava Sampradaya - Commentary

Thus Lord Krishna has revealed that although He is the sustenance of all creation He remains unattached by His mysterious potency. That He is also the source of all creation and the cause of its dissolution as well by this same mysterious potency. The words kalpa ksaye means universal devastation at the end of Brahmas lifetime. One year of Brahma equals 27 trillion, 438 billion and 400 million Earth years. Brahma lives for 100 of such years. After this long duration of time all living entities everywhere in creation are dissolved into prakriti or the material substratum. At the time of creation in the beginning of the next kalpa Lord Krishna again manifests all living entities and propels them into being.

Brahma Vaishnava Sampradaya - Commentary

For the purpose of imparting detailed knowledge Lord Krishna speaks of the dissolution of all beings at the end of a life of Brahma who is the architect of material creation. This is what is acknowledged by the words kalpa ksaye which means at the time of universal dissolution which occurs every 26 trillion 439 billion and 400 million years on Earth at the end of each Brahmas life.

Shri Vaishnava Sampradaya - Commentary

All beings movable and immovable enter into the Supreme Lord external nature know as prakriti or the transitory material substratum which identifies with tamas or nescience which is the non-sentient, undifferentiated vast expanse of mass matter in its indistinct state having no name, no form and no consciousness. The words kalpa-ksaye means at the time time of universal dissolution being the end of a maha-kalpa which is the conclusion of Brahmas lifetime whereby one of his years equals 26 trillion, 439 billion and 400 million human years and his lifetime is 100 of such years. At this time all living entities are dissolved into the prakriti of Lord Krishna by His will alone and subsequently at the dawn of the next kalpa all living entities are projected out of the darkness by Lord Krishna to continue their karma or reactions from their previous actions exactly where they left off. Lord Krishna is willing to produce all the living entities from His own transcendental body. The Vedic scriptures declare: Of whom avyakta or imperceptible energy is His spiritual body. Avyakta merges into aksara or indestructible and aksara merges into tamas darkness. Manu Samhita I.VIII beginning se bhidyaya sarat svat aprakritam meaning it was darkness in the beginning and by darkness all was hidden and indiscernible.

Kumara Vaishnava Sampradaya - Commentary

All beings movable and immovable enter into the Supreme Lord external nature know as prakriti or the transitory material substratum which identifies with tamas or nescience which is the non-sentient, undifferentiated vast expanse of mass matter in its indistinct state having no name, no form and no consciousness. The words kalpa-ksaye means at the time time of universal dissolution being the end of a maha-kalpa which is the conclusion of Brahmas lifetime whereby one of his years equals 26 trillion, 439 billion and 400 million human years and his lifetime is 100 of such years. At this time all living entities are dissolved into the prakriti of Lord Krishna by His will alone and subsequently at the dawn of the next kalpa all living entities are projected out of the darkness by Lord Krishna to continue their karma or reactions from their previous actions exactly where they left off. Lord Krishna is willing to produce all the living entities from His own transcendental body. The Vedic scriptures declare: Of whom avyakta or imperceptible energy is His spiritual body. Avyakta merges into aksara or indestructible and aksara merges into tamas darkness. Manu Samhita I.VIII beginning se bhidyaya sarat svat aprakritam meaning it was darkness in the beginning and by darkness all was hidden and indiscernible.