Chapter 10The Infinite Glories of the Ultimate TruthVerse 25

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Commentaries of the Four Authorized Vaisnava Sampradayas

as confirmed in the Garga Samhita Canto 10, Chapter 61, Verses 23, 24, 25, 26
Rudra Vaisnava Sampradaya:


Visnuswami

Sridhara Swami's Commentary

Of sound vibrations Lord Krishna's vibhuti or divine, transcendental opulence manifests as the sacred monosyllable OM which is uttered before every Vedic ritual can begin. The words ekam aksaram directly refers to OM. Of all acts of worship and propitiation Lord Krishna's vibhuti manifests as japa-yajno or the reverential chanting of the holy names of the Supreme Lord with bhakti or exclusive loving devotion. Of immovable things His vibhuti is the towering Himalaya's, the highest mountains on Earth.

Brahma Vaisnava Sampradaya:


Madhvacarya

Madhvacarya's Commentary

Sri Vaisnava Sampradaya:


Ramanuja

Ramanuja's Commentary

Lord Krishna reveals that of the holy sages His vibhuti is Bhrigu. The word giram means articulate sound vibrations of these Lord Krishna's vibhuti is the all powerful monosyllable OM. Of all yagna or propitiation and worship to the Supreme Lord, the best and most elevated is japa-yagno the reverential and devotional chanting of the Supreme Lord Krishna holy names. Of terrestrial mountains His vibhuti is the mighty Himalayas.

Kumara Vaisnava Sampradaya:


Nimbaditya

Kesava Kasmiri's Commentary

Of articulate sound vibrations Lord Krishna's vibhuti or divine, transcendental opulence is the monosyllable OM the root of all sound. Among yagna or propitiation and worship of the Supreme Lord, His vibhuti is japa- yagno or the devoted chanting of the Supreme Lord Krishna's holy names. Of immovable mountains His vibhuti is the Himalaya mountains.

Thus ends commentaries of chapter 10, verse 25 of the Srimad Bhagavad-Gita.

Verse 25


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