Srimad Bhagavadgita Sadhaka Sanjivani -Swami Ramsukhdas
Link:- The Lord, from the twentieth verse to the thirty-ninth verse, describes His eighty-two divine glories.
I am the self, O conqueror of sleep, seated in the hearts of all beings. I am the beginning, the middle and also, the end of all creation. 20
- Here the term 'Adi (Beginning) and 'Ants' (End) are used in masculine gender while the term Madhya.' (Middle) is used in common gender. It means that at the beginning He remains 'I am the prime cause of the gods and great seers, (Gita 10/2) and at the end also He remains (Srimadbhegavata 10/3/25). But in the middle at the time of creation persons, creatures and objects etc., of masculine, feminine and common gender live in the universe. Than the common gender includes all the three genders. Therefore the Lord here as well as in the thirty-second verse has used the term 'Madhya' in common gender.