Srimad Bhagavad-Gita :
Chapter-10. ( Vibhuthi-yogam )
Slokam-27. ( Lord : "Of horses know Me to be Uccaihsrava, who rose out of the ocean, born of the elixir of immortality; of lordly elephants I am Airavata, and among men I am the monarch." )
uccaihsravasamasvanam viddhi mam amrtodbhavam,
airavatam gajendranam naramam ca naradhipam.
asvanam amrtodbhavam = of all horses, ( during Palazhi-madanam, to get Amrtam, the horse came out among many things );
uccaihsravasam = the great horse namely "Uccaihsravasam";
gajendranam airavatam = of all elephants, "Airavatam ";
naramam naradhipam ca = of all humanbeings as "King";
mam viddhi = know Me ( as told above ).
You may be knowing the from Puranas "Palazhi-madhanam" ( Churning of Ocean Palazhi );
in which both Deva and Asura have taken part,
two things came out : -
1. horse Uccaihsrava ( the flying horse ), and 2. elephant Airavata ( white elephant );
both were offered to the King of Heaven ( Devendra).
Of powerful horse and mighty elephant,
Lord Krishna's vibhuti or divine,
transcendental opulence is the horse Uccaihsrava and the elephant Airavata,
who both were manifested by amrtodbhavam which was the churning of the ocean of milk into celestial nectar by the demigods and demons as revealed in the Puranas.
And know that Lord Krishna's vibhuti manifests amongst humans as the ruler of men being naradhipam the royal king.
Among horses and elephants Lord Krishna's vibhuti or divine,
transcendental opulence is Uccaihsrava and Airavata respectively who were both churned from the nectar by the demigods.
Among humans His vibhuti is the royal king.
To be continued ...