Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 11, Chapter 16, Text 37

SB 11.16.37

prthivi vayur akasa
 apo jyotir aham mahan
vikarah puruso ’vyaktam
 rajah sattvam tamah param
aham etat prasankhyanam
 jñanam tattva-viniscayah
I am form, taste, aroma, touch and sound; false ego; the mahat-tattva; earth, water, fire, air and sky; the living entity; material nature; the modes of goodness, passion and ignorance; and the transcendental Lord. All these items, along with knowledge of their individual symptoms and the steady conviction that results from this knowledge, represent Me.
Having given a brief but detailed synopsis of His personal opulences within this world, the Lord now briefly summarizes the opulences that expand from His bodily effulgence. It is stated in Brahma-samhita that all of the material universes with their infinite varieties, transformations and opulences rest on the bodily effulgence of the Lord. Srila Jiva Gosvami has elaborately explained this point in his commentary on this verse.
Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 11, Chapter 16, Text 36
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