krsna-saha dvaraka-vaibhava anubhava haila
ekatra milane keha kaho na dekhila
krsna-saha—with Krsna; dvaraka-vaibhava—the opulence of Dvaraka; anubhava haila—there was perception; ekatra milane—although they came together; keha—someone; kaho—anyone else; na dekhila—did not see.
"Thus the opulence of Dvaraka was perceived by each and every one of them. Although they were all assembled together, no one could see anyone but himself.
The four-headed Brahma perceived the opulence of Dvaraka-dhama where Krsna was staying, and although there were Brahmas present having ten to ten million heads, and also many Lord Sivas were also assembled, only the four-headed Brahma of this universe could see all of them. By the inconceivable potency of Krsna, the others could not see one another. Although all the Brahmas and Sivas were assembled together, due to Krsna's energy, they could not meet or talk among themselves individually.

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