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ŚB 1.2.31
After creating the material substance, the Lord [Vāsudeva] expands Himself and enters into it. And although He is within the …
ŚB 1.2.32
The Lord, as Supersoul, pervades all things, just as fire permeates wood, and so He appears to be of many …
ŚB 1.2.33
The Supersoul enters into the bodies of the created beings who are influenced by the modes of material nature and …
ŚB 1.2.34
Thus the Lord of the universes maintains all planets inhabited by demigods, men and lower animals. Assuming the roles of …
ŚB 1.3.1
Sūta said: In the beginning of the creation, the Lord first expanded Himself in the universal form of the puruṣa …
ŚB 1.3.2
A part of the puruṣa lies down within the water of the universe, from the navel lake of His body …
ŚB 1.3.3
It is believed that all the universal planetary systems are situated on the extensive body of the puruṣa, but He …
ŚB 1.3.4
The devotees, with their perfect eyes, see the transcendental form of the puruṣa who has thousands of legs, thighs, arms …
ŚB 1.3.5
This form [the second manifestation of the puruṣa] is the source and indestructible seed of multifarious incarnations within the universe. …
ŚB 1.3.6
First of all, in the beginning of creation, there were the four unmarried sons of Brahmā [the Kumāras], who, being …
ŚB 1.3.7
The supreme enjoyer of all sacrifices accepted the incarnation of a boar [the second incarnation], and for the welfare of …
ŚB 1.3.8
In the millennium of the ṛṣis, the Personality of Godhead accepted the third empowered incarnation in the form of Devarṣi …