evam sakrd dadarsajah
para-brahmatmano ’khilan
yasya bhasa sarvam idam
vibhati sa-caracaram
evam—thus; sakrt—at one time; dadarsa—saw; ajah—Lord Brahma; para-brahma—of the Supreme Absolute Truth; atmanah—expansions; akhilan—all the calves and boys, etc.; yasya—of whom; bhasa—by the manifestation; sarvam—all; idam—this; vibhati—is manifested; sa-cara-acaram—whatever is moving and nonmoving.
Thus Lord Brahma saw the Supreme Brahman, by whose energy this entire universe, with its moving and nonmoving living beings, is manifested. He also saw at the same time all the calves and boys as the Lord’s expansions.
By this incident, Lord Brahma was able to see how Krsna maintains the entire universe in different ways. It is because Krsna manifests everything that everything is visible.

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