Srimad Bhagavadgita Sadhaka Sanjivani -Swami Ramsukhdas
In the Gita the Lord has called Brahma also 'mam' (His own self) (8/13). He has also said 'mam' to gods (9/23), He has also said 'mam' to Indra (9/20) and He has also said `mam' to Uttamagati (supreme goal) (7/18), He has also said `mam' to 'ksetrajna' (the self) (13/2), He has also called the indwelling God as `mam' (16/18) and He has also said the seed of all beings as 'mam' (7/10) and so on. It means that God, Who is endowed with attributes and is also attributeless; Who is endowed with form and is also formless; as well as men, gods, beasts, birds, gods, evil spirits and devils etc.,—all combined together is the entire form of the Lord viz., all are the divine glories of God, all is His majesty. All these divine glories are imperishable.
- sarve ca deva vassamastassaptarsayo ye m avasca indratca yo'yam tridasetabhuto visnorafesastu vibhutayastah (Visnu Parana 3/1/46) 'All gods, Manu, seven great sages, Manu's son and gods' king, India etc., well as whatever is there besides them—all of them are fiord Visnu's divine glories.'