Bhagavad Gita Chapter 10, Text 26

Bg 10.26

asvatthah sarva-vrksanam
devarsinam ca naradah
gandharvanam citrarathah
siddhanam kapilo munih

Word for word: 
asvatthah — the banyan tree; sarva-vrksanam — of all trees; deva-rsinam — of all the sages amongst the demigods; ca — and; naradah — Narada; gandharvanam — of the citizens of the Gandharva planet; citrarathah — Citraratha; siddhanam — of all those who are perfected; kapilah munih — Kapila Muni.

Translation by His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada:
Of all trees I am the banyan tree, and of the sages among the demigods I am Narada. Of the Gandharvas I am Citraratha, and among perfected beings I am the sage Kapila.

Purport by His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada:
The banyan tree (asvattha) is one of the highest and most beautiful trees, and people in India often worship it as one of their daily morning rituals. Amongst the demigods they also worship Narada, who is considered the greatest devotee in the universe. Thus he is the representation of Krishna as a devotee. The Gandharva planet is filled with entities who sing beautifully, and among them the best singer is Citraratha. Amongst the perfect living entities, Kapila, the son of Devahuti, is a representative of Krishna. He is considered an incarnation of Krishna, and His philosophy is mentioned in the Srimad-Bhagavatam. Later on another Kapila became famous, but his philosophy was atheistic. Thus there is a gulf of difference between them.