Gita : Ch-11. Slo-43.

Srimad Bhagavad-Gita:

Chapter-11. (Visvarupa-darsana-yogam)

Slokam-43. ( You are the father of this complete cosmic manifestation, the worshipable chief, the spiritual master. No one is equal to You, nor can anyone be one with You. Within the three worlds, You are immeasurable.)

pitasi  lokasya  caracarasya

tvamasya  pujyasca  guru gariyan,

na  tvatsamostyabhyadhikah  kutonyah


apratima-prabhava  =   immeasurable  power  (ever  glorious  glory);

tvam  cara-carasya  =  You  are  moving  and  non-moving;

asya  lokasya  pita  =  You  are  the  father  of  this  universe;

pujyasca  gariyan  guru  ca  asi  =  You  are  the  worshipable  Supreme  teacher  too;

lokatraye  api  =  also  in  all  the  three  worlds;

tvat-samah  na  asti  =  there  is  no  one  equal  to  You!

The inconceivable potency of Lord Krishna is being declared with the words apratima- prabhava or possessor of unrivalled power, which having no other comparison is incomparable.

He is the original progenitor of all moving and stationary living entities throughout all creation.

Therefore the most dearest and most worthy of all honour and respect.

There is nothing existing or non- existing that is in any way equal to the Supreme Lord Krishna so it impossible for anything to be greater then Him collectively or individually.

The matchless, incomparable glory of the Supreme Lord Krishna is being proclaimed.

He is the original progenitor of all creation full of moving and stationary beings.

Being the preceptor of everyone and everything the resplendent Supreme Lord is most worshipful by all living entities.

As nothing is equal to Him individually or collectively in any respect then it is not possible for anything in all of existence to be superior to Lord Krishna in any way.

Lord Krishna's supreme, transcendental glory and infinite might is being proclaimed as the progenitor and maintainer of all creation filled with animate beings and inanimate objects.

In all levels of existence there is nothing equal to the Supreme Lord Krishna individually or collectively.

So it is clear that nothing is greater than Him in the present, nor was anything greater than Him in the past and neither will anything be greater than Him in the future

To be continued  ...