krsna krsna maha-yogims
tvam adyah purusah parah
vyaktavyaktam idam visvam
rupam te brahmana viduh
krsna krsna—O Lord Krsna, O Lord Krsna; maha-yogin—O master of mysticism; tvam—You, the exalted personality; adyah—the root cause of everything; purusah—the Supreme Person; parah—beyond this material creation; vyakta-avyaktam—this material cosmic manifestation, consisting of cause and effect, or gross and subtle forms; idam—this; visvam—whole world; rupam—form; te—Your; brahmanah—learned brahmanas; viduh—know.
O Lord Krsna, Lord Krsna, Your opulent mysticism is inconceivable. You are the supreme, original person, the cause of all causes, immediate and remote, and You are beyond this material creation. Learned brahmanas know [on the basis of the Vedic statement sarvam khalv idam brahma] that You are everything and that this cosmic manifestation, in its gross and subtle aspects, is Your form.
The two demigods Nalakuvara and Manigriva, because of their continuing memory, could understand the supremacy of Krsna by the grace of Narada. Now they admitted, “That we should be delivered by the blessings of Narada Muni was all Your plan. Therefore You are the supreme mystic. Everything—past, present and future—is known to You. Your plan was made so nicely that although we stayed here as twin arjuna trees, You have appeared as a small boy to deliver us. This was all Your inconceivable arrangement. Because You are the Supreme Person, You can do everything.”
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