vedanam sama-vedo ’smi
devanam asmi vasavah
indriyanam manas casmi
bhutanam asmi cetana
"Of the Vedas I am the Sama Veda; of the demigods I am Indra, the king of heaven; of the senses I am the mind; and in living beings I am the living force [consciousness]."
Vedanam = among Vedas, sama veda = Sama veda, asmi = I [Sri Krishna] am, devanam = among devas, vasava = Indra, indriyanam = among organs, manas = mind, bhutanam = in living beings, cetana = intellect, asmi = I [Sri Krishna] am. Sama veda is in music form and with 1000 branches. It seems in Vaikuntam, sama veda would be chanted always. It does not mean that other Vedas are inferior. When He mentions Devas, do they include lord Brahma and lord Rudra? They are much superior to Indra and so what the Lord means is the Devas in Swarga loka. Vasava means having vasu [वसु] or wealth. So, the Lord is Indra, possessing vast wealth. Indriyanam means the organs of our body. They are Eleven. Karmendriya or action organs are Five - legs [for walking], hands for doing, mouth for talking, the two organs for excretion of urine and stools. Gyanendriya or knowledge organs are Five - eyes for seeing, tongue for tasting, ears for listening, nose for smelling and skin for touching. Mind is also considered as an organ and so total is Eleven. Mind is the leader among all organs and the Lord says He is mind among organs. With mind one could be in birth cycle or get redeemed and get Moksham. In the living beings with intellect, the Lord says He is the intellect. We should note the difference from the previous Three. They were all in nirdharanesakti. But here, in the living beings He is not one among them, but is the intellect in every one of them.