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Upanishads
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KENOPANISHAD

Then said the Being: "What is your strength?" "Oh, I can sweep away whatever exists on this earth," answered Vayu.

III-9

Then the Being placed a withered blade of grass before Vayu, and said: "Move this." Vayu set on it with all his might, but could not move it; and he returned to the gods and said: "I could not make out who this is."

III-10

Thereupon, they beseeched Indra to find out who it was. He agreed to do so, but when he ran up, he found that the Being had gone out of his view altogether.

III-11

NOTE: I have interpreted as above on the lines of Sri Ramanujacharya's Commentary on the first six chapters of the Gita.

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