Brahman is Brihat – huge and keeps growing.
In essence, everything seems to be a play – but that was originally started by the Kid, here the Paramathman. The kid enjoys the play as it has no one else but only its toys to play with.
nakshatrANi roopam | ashvinau vyAttam |
iSHTam maniSHANa |
amum maniSHANa |
sarvam maniSHANA ||
(hreeshca) Hree and (lakshmishca) Laskhmi are (patnyau) wives (te)
to you. (aho - rAtre) The day and the night (pArshve) your sides.
(nakshatrANi) the Stars (roopam) your brilliant form. (ashvinau)
the Healing Ashvins (vyAttam) your mouth
HrI is the Goddess that grants Modesty ( a reference to second stanza
of Sixteenth Chapter of Gita also shows this Hri as meaning modesty.
(ahimsaa satyam akrodhas
tyaagah saanthir apaisunam
dayaa bhuutesu aloeluptvam
maardavam hrir acaapalam)
And Lakshmi who grants Wealth. ( hreer-lajjAbhimAninee devata ,
lakshmee- raishvayAbhimAninee devatA – Commentary by SayanA) The Day and the
Night are even such opposites. Sriman Narayana is the conciliation of
all such opposites, even as Sesha, the snake, and garuda, the eagle,
worshipping him together signify. He is brilliant as the stars, and
healing comes from him.