yad dharma-sunor bata rajasuye
niriksya drk-svastyayanam tri-lokah
kartsnyena cadyeha gatam vidhatur
arvak-srtau kausalam ity amanyata
yat—the form which; dharma-sunoh—of Maharaja Yudhisthira; bata—certainly; rajasuye—in the arena of the rajasuya sacrifice; niriksya—by observing; drk—sight; svastyayanam—pleasing; tri-lokah—the three worlds; kartsnyena—in sum total; ca—thus; adya—today; iha—within the universe; gatam—surpassed; vidhatuh—of the creator (Brahma); arvak—recent mankind; srtau—in the material world; kausalam—dexterity; iti—thus; amanyata—contemplated.
All the demigods from the upper, lower and middle universal planetary systems assembled at the altar of the rajasuya sacrifice performed by Maharaja Yudhisthira. After seeing the beautiful bodily features of Lord Krsna, they all contemplated that He was the ultimate dexterous creation of Brahma, the creator of human beings.
There was nothing comparable to the bodily features of Lord Krsna when He was present in this world. The most beautiful object in the material world may be compared to the blue lotus flower or the full moon in the sky, but even the lotus flower and the moon were defeated by the beauty of the bodily features of Lord Krsna, and this was certified by the demigods, the most beautiful living creatures in the universe. The demigods thought that Lord Krsna, like themselves, was also created by Lord Brahma, but in fact Brahma was created by Lord Krsna. It was not within the power of Brahma to create the transcendental beauty of the Supreme Lord. No one is the creator of Krsna; rather, He is the creator of everyone. As He says in Bhagavad-gita (10.8), aham sarvasya prabhavo mattah sarvam pravartate.
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