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CC Madhya 8.152

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada



TEXT 152

‘antaraṅgā’, ‘bahiraṅgā’, ‘taṭasthā’ kahi yāre
antaraṅgā ‘svarūpa-śakti’—sabāra upare


SYNONYMS

antaraṅgā—internal; bahiraṅgā—external; taṭa-sthā—marginal; kahi—we say; yāre—to whom; antaraṅgā—the internal potency; svarūpa-śakti—the personal energy; sabāra upare—above all.


TRANSLATION

“In other words, these are all potencies of God—internal, external and marginal. But the internal potency is the Lord’s personal energy and stands over the other two.