sa prakasa itiryate
anekatra—in many places; prakatata—the manifestation; rupasya—of form; ekasya—one; ya—which; ekada—at one time; sarvatha—in every respect; tat—His; sva-rupa—own form; eva—certainly; sah—that; prakasah—manifestive form; iti—thus; iryate—it is called.
"If numerous forms, all equal in their features, are displayed simultaneously, such forms are called prakasa-vigrahas of the Lord."
This is a quotation from the Laghu-bhagavatamrta (1.21), compiled by Srila Rupa Gosvami.
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