How Origin of Creations is Krishna’s Body as said by Bhagavatham?

How Origin of Creations is Krishna’s Body as said by Bhagavatham?

SRIMAD BHAGAVATHAM Canto 2, Chapter-6 Verses 1-28 describe the source of all the creations from the body of Lord.

Let us take the extract of those details about how the Origin of Creations is Krishna’s Body as said by Bhagavatham, from the above verses:

Lord Brahma said to the Sage Narada:

(1) The mouth of the virat-purusa [the universal form of the Lord] is the generating center of the voice, and the controlling deity is fire.

(2) His skin and six other layers are the generating centers of the Vedic hymns.

(3) His tongue is the productive center of different foodstuffs and delicacies for offering to the demigods, the forefathers and the general mass of people.

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(4) His two nostrils are the generating centers of our breathing and of all other airs.

(5) His smelling powers generate the Asvinikumara demigods and all kinds of medicinal herbs.

(6) His breathing energies produce different kinds of fragrance.

(7) His eyes are the generating centers of all kinds of forms, and they glitter and illuminate. His eyeballs are like the sun and the heavenly planets.

(8) His ears hear from all sides and are receptacles for all the Vedas, and His sense of hearing is the generating center of the sky and of all kinds of sound.

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(9) His bodily surface is the breeding ground for the active principles of everything and for all kinds of auspicious opportunities.

(10) His skin, like the moving air, is the generating center for all kinds of sense of touch and is the place for performing all kinds of sacrifice.

(11) The polished nails of the Lord generate electricity.

(12) The clouds rest on the hairs of His head.

(13) One can therefore collect all sorts of necessities of life from the person of the Lord, and therefore the Vedas affirm that everything that is produced is caused by the Lord. The Lord is the supreme cause of all causes.

(14) The Lord’s arms are the productive fields for the great demigods and other leaders of the living entities who protect the general mass.


(15) The forward steps of the Lord are the shelter for the upper, lower and heavenly planets, as well as for all that we need.

(16) His lotus feet serve as protection from all kinds of fear.

(17) From the Lord’s genitals originate water, semen, generatives, rains, and the procreators.

(18) Lord’s genitals are the cause of a pleasure that counteracts the distress of begetting.

(19) The evacuating outlet of the universal form of the Lord is the abode of the controlling deity of death, Mitra

(20) The evacuating hole and the rectum of the Lord is the place of envy, misfortune, death, hell, etc.

(21) The back of the Lord is the place for all kinds of frustration and ignorance, as well as for immorality.


(22) From His veins flow the great rivers and rivulets

(23) His bones are stacked the great mountains.

(24) The impersonal feature of the Lord is the abode of great oceans.

(25) His belly is the resting place for the materially annihilated living entities.

(26) His heart is the abode of the subtle material bodies of living beings.

(27) Also, the consciousness of the Lord is the abode of religious principles — mine, yours, and those of the four bachelors Sanaka, Sanatana, Sanatkumara and Sanandana. That consciousness is also the abode of truth and transcendental knowledge

(28) SINGLE LONG SENTENCE: Beginning from me [Brahma] down to you and Bhava [Siva], all the great sages who were born before you, the demigods, the demons, the Nagas, the human beings, the birds, the beasts, as well as the reptiles, etc., and all phenomenal manifestations of the universes, namely the planets, stars, asteroids, luminaries, lightning, thunder, and the inhabitants of the different planetary systems, namely the Gandharvas, Apsaras, Yaksas, Raksas, Bhu-taganas, Uragas, Pas’us, Pitas, Siddhas, Vidyadharas, Caranas, and all other different varieties of living entities, including the birds, beasts, trees and everything that be, are all covered by the universal form of the Lord at all times, namely past, present and future, although He is transcendental to all of them, eternally existing in a form not exceeding nine inches.


(29) The sun illuminates both internally and externally by expanding its radiation; similarly, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, by expanding His universal form, maintains everything in the creation both internally and externally.

(30) The Supreme Personality of Godhead is the controller of immortality and fearlessness, and He is transcendental to death and the fruitive actions of the material world. It is therefore difficult to measure the glories of the Supreme Person.

(31) The Supreme Personality of Godhead is the supreme reservoir of all material opulences by the one fourth of His energy in which all the living entities exist.

(32) Deathlessness, fearlessness and freedom from the anxieties of old age and disease exist in the kingdom of God, which is beyond the three higher planetary systems and beyond the material coverings.

(33) The spiritual world, which consists of three fourths of the Lord’s energy, is situated beyond this material world, and it is especially meant for those who will never be reborn.

(34) Others, who are attached to family life and who do not strictly follow celibacy vows, must live within the three material worlds


(35) By His energies, the all-pervading Personality of Godhead is thus comprehensively the master in the activities of controlling and in devotional service. He is the ultimate master of both nescience and factual knowledge of all situations.

(36) From that Personality of Godhead, all the universal globes and the universal form with all material elements, qualities and senses are generated. Yet He is aloof from such material manifestations, like the sun, which is separate from its rays and heat.


When I (Brahma) was born from the abdominal lotus flower of the Lord [Maha Visnu], the great person, I had no ingredients for sacrificial performances except the bodily limbs of the great Personality of Godhead.

Those ingredients are: Flowers, leaves and straw, along with the sacrificial altar and a suitable time [spring], utensils, grains, clarified butter, honey, gold, earth, water, the Rig Veda, Yajur Veda and Sama Veda and four priests to perform the sacrifice.

Other necessities include invoking the different names of the demigods by specific hymns and vows of recompense, in accordance with the particular scripture, for specific purposes and by specific processes.

Thus I created the ingredients and paraphernalia for offering sacrifice out of the parts of the body of the Supreme Lord, the enjoyer of the sacrifice, and I performed the sacrifice to satisfy the Lord.


Now, the devotees would have understood why, we, in Krishna Consciousness have been telling that EVERYTHING COMES FROM THE LORD and the Origin of Creations is Krishna’s Body only.


Author: RAJAN

RAJAN from Tamil Nadu, India, a Life Patron and an Initiated Devotee being in ISKCON for nearly three decades, serves anonymously to avoid Prominence and crowd as an insignificant, Humble and Neutral Servant for all the devotees of Krishna! He promotes Social media forums and this blog-website as e-satsangha (e-forums) blessed with Lakhs of followers, to give Spiritual Solutions for all the Material Problems of the devotees since 2011! He writes friendly and practical tips to practice devotion (i) without hurting the followers of other paths, (ii) without affecting the personal and career life, and (iii) without the blind, superstitious and ritualistic approach! He dedicates all the glories and credits to his Guru and Krishna.

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