Gita : Ch-10. Slo-28.
Srimad Bhagavad-Gita :
Chapter-10. ( Vibhuthi-yogam )
ayudhanamaham vajram dhenunamasmi kamadhuk,
prajanascasmi kandarpah sarpanamasmi vasukih.
aham ayudhanam vajram ( asmi ) = of all weapons I am Vajram ( Weapon of Devendran );
dhenunam kamadhuk asmi = of cows I am Kamadenu;
prajnah = the cause of origin of all generations ( begetting children /reproduction );
kandarpah asmi = I am the Kamadevan ( deva / demigod for generating desire for reproduction );
sarpanam vasukih ca asmi = of all poisonous snaked I am Vasuki.
Of weapons Lord Krishna's vibhuti or divine, transcendental opulence is the vajram or thunderbolt.
Of the blessed cows, Lord Krishna's vibhuti is the kamadhuk the wish fulfilling cows known as Surabhi which yields all desired wishes.
Lord Krishna is kandarpa or the procreation potency for begetting progeny.
But whatever passion be it great or small that is not used for progeny but instead is used only for enjoying the senses and bodily delights is not a part of His vibhuti and cannot be construed as so, having no connection to it.
Of poisonous snakes His vibhuti is Vasuki who was used as rope to pull the boat containing all species of life during Lord Krishna's incarnation known as Matsya and Vasuki was also used as a rope to rap around the Mandara mountain to churn the nectar for the demigods during Lord Krishna's incarnation as Kurma.
Among weapons Lord Krishna's vibhuti or divine, transcendental opulence is the vajram or thunderbolt the weapon of Indra, chief of the celestial demigods.
Among all cows His vibhuti is the Kamadhenu or Surabhi cows which fulfill all desires.
His vibhuti is kandarpah or the passionate desire which results in procreation of progeny.
His vibhuti is not connected in any way to the desire for sense gratification and bodily enjoyments.
Lord Krishna's vibhuti or divine, transcendental opulence known as kamadhuk refers to kamadhenu or the divine and sacred Surabhi cows the fulfiller of all desires.
Kandarpa is His vibhuti which is the primal force that motivates procreation and causes progeny.
Sarpaanam refers to poisonous single headed serpents of which Vasuki is king of them all.
Of weapons I am the thunderbolt; among cows I am the surabhi, givers of abundant milk. Of pro creators I am Kandarpa, the god of love, and of serpents I am Vasuki, the chief.
The thunderbolt, indeed a mighty weapon, represents Krishna's power.
In Krishnaloka in the spiritual sky there are cows which can be milked at any time, and they give as much milk as one likes.
Of course such cows do not exist in this material world, but there is mention of them in Krishnaloka.
The Lord keeps many such cows, which are called surabhi.
It is stated that the Lord is engaged in herding the surabhi cows.
Kandarpa is the sex desire for presenting good sons; therefore Kandarpa is the representative of Krishna.
Sometimes sex is engaged in only for sense gratification; such sex does not represent Krishna.
But sex for the generation of good children is called Kandarpa and represents Krishna.
To be continued ...