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His Divine Grace
A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

TEXT 189

ādi-catur-vyūha—iṅhāra keha nāhi sama
ananta catur-vyūha-gaṇera prākaṭya-kāraṇa


ādi-catur-vyūha — the original quadruple group; iṅhāra — of this; keha nāhi — no one; sama — equal; ananta — unlimited; catur-vyūha-gaṇera — of the quadruple expansions; prākaṭya — of manifestation; kāraṇa — the cause.


“The first expansion of the caturvyūha, quadruple forms, is unique. There is nothing to compare with Them. These quadruple forms are the source of unlimited quadruple forms.