Bhagavad Gita -Madhvacharya 252

Bhagavad Gita -Sri Madhvacharya

(Bhashya and Tatparya Nirnaya)


Chapter 10
Vibhuti Yoga

41. Whatever there exists endowed with glory, grace and vigour, all that know to have emanated from fragment of My splendour.
Bhashya :- In whatever form the Lord manifests those forms are explained in detail. All these are, verily, the forms of Sri Vishnu; the others too are endowed with his splendour. “In particular Rudra, Garuda and other gods, Kings and other great human beings are the manifestations of the fragment of the Lord. Krishna- Vyasa, Rama, Krishna, Parashurama, Kapila, Yajnya etc. are the dominant forms of the Lord Himself", thus in Paingi scripture. “He, verily is Bhargava, Rama, Krishna (in entirety) and the others are the manifestations of the fragment of His splendour” ", thus in Gautama Section. “The Seers, Manus, Gods, Powerful sons of Manu including Daksha Prajapati are the fragments of the Lord's splendour. Other descents are the forms of the Lord Sri Krishna Himself” - thus in Bhagavat Puraana. Having spoken Seers etc. to be the fragments, Varaha and other descents spoken as His own forms. In the above quotation, the word तु signifies the lord Himself and not particularly to Sri Krishna. It becomes clear that Sri Krishna also is the form of the Lord Sriman Narayan like Varaha. Otherwise, in the subsequent context the words मृडयन्ति in respectful manner would not have been proper. Surely there is no occasion where seen where without referring the previous context one considers the subsequent statement.
Tatparya Nirnaya :- Associated With the fragment of My splendour, the manifestations come to be.