TEXT 77
svarupam anyakaram yat
tasya bhati vilasatah
prayenatma-samam saktya
sa vilaso nigadyate
SYNONYMS
sva-rupam—the Lord's own form; anya—other; akaram—features of the body; yat—which; tasya—His; bhati—appears; vilasatah—from particular pastimes; prayena—almost; atma-samam—self-similar; saktya—by His potency; sah—that; vilasah—the vilasa (pastime) form; nigadyate—is called.
TRANSLATION
"When the Lord displays numerous forms with different features by His inconceivable potency, such forms are called vilasa-vigrahas."
PURPORT
This is another quotation from the Laghu-bhagavatamrta (1.15).

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