|Ādi-līlā||Chapter 7: Lord Caitanya in Five Features|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrī Caitanya Caritāmṛta Ādi 7.125
tathāpi acintya-śaktye haya avikārī
prākṛta cintāmaṇi tāhe dṛṣṭānta ye dhari
tathāpi — yet; acintya-śaktye — by inconceivable potency; haya — remains; avikārī — without change; prākṛta — material; cintāmaṇi — touchstone; tāhe — in that respect; dṛṣṭānta — example; ye — which; dhari — we accept.
"Using the example of a touchstone, which by its energy turns iron to gold and yet remains the same, we can understand that although the Supreme Personality of Godhead transforms His innumerable energies, He remains unchanged.
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