Brahman has no limitation as you ask. Brahma Sutras says (https://www.wisdomlib.org/hinduism/book/brahma-sutras):
Chapter II, Section I, Adhikarana X
Adhikarana summary: Brahman’s power of Maya established
Brahma-Sutra 2.1.30: Sanskrit text and English translation.
सर्वोपेता च तद्दर्शनात् ॥ ३० ॥
sarvopetā ca taddarśanāt || 30 ||
sarvopetā—Endowed with all; ca—and; tat-darśanāt—because it is seen.
- And (Brahman is) endowed with all (powers), because it is seen (from the scriptures).
Generally we see that men endowed with a physical body possess such powers. But since Brahman has no body, it is not likely that It can possess such powers—so says the opponent.
This Sutra gives proof of Brahman’s being endowed with Maya Sakti, the power of Nescience. Various scriptural texts declare that Brahman possesses all powers. “The great Lord is the Mayin (the ruler of Maya)” (Svet. 4. 10). See also Chh. 8. 14. 4 and 8. 7. 1.
Brahma-Sutra 2.1.31: Sanskrit text and English translation.
विकरणत्वान्नेति चेत्, तदुक्तम् ॥ ३१ ॥
vikaraṇatvānneti cet, taduktam || 31 ||
vikaraṇatvāt—Because devoid of organs; na—not; iti cet—if it be said; tat—that; uktam—has been explained.
- If it be said that because (Brahman) is devoid of organs (it is) not (able to create, though endowed with powers), (we say) this has (already) been explained.
and that is the 'why' or 'reason' is that it is his mere sport is given in the next two verses..
Chapter II, Section I, Adhikarana XI
Brahma-Sutra 2.1.32: Sanskrit text and English translation.
न प्रयोजनवत्त्वात् ॥ ३२ ॥
na prayojanavattvāt || 32 ||
na—Not; prayojanavattvāt—on account of having motive.
- (Brahman is) not (the creator of the world) on account of (every activity) having a motive.
Granting that Brahman possesses all powers for creation, a further objection is raised against Its being the cause. Nobody engages himself in anything without a motive or purpose. Everything is undertaken by people to satisfy .some desire. But Brahman is self-sufficient, therefore It has nothing to gain by the creation; hence we cannot expect It to engage Itself in such a useless creation. Therefore Brahman cannot be the cause of the world.
Brahma-Sutra 2.1.33: Sanskrit text and English translation.
लोकवत्तु, लीलाकैवल्यम् ॥ ३३ ॥
lokavattu, līlākaivalyam || 33 ||
lokavat—As is seen in the world; tu—but; līlākaivalyam—mere pastime.
- But (Brahman’s creative activity) is mere pastime, as is seen in the world.
Even as kings without any motive behind are seen to engage in acts for mere pastime, or even as men breathe without a purpose, for it is their very nature, or even as children play out of mere fun, so also Brahman without any purpose engages Itself in creating this world of diversity. This answers the objection raised in the previous Sutra against Brahman’s being the cause of the world.
As Brahman is devoid of organs. It cannot create. Moreover, It is described as “Not this, not this”, which precludes all attributes; so how can It possess any powers? This Sutra replies that it has already been explained in 2. 1. 4. and 2. 1. 25 that with respect to Brahman the scripture alone is authority and not reason. The scripture declares that Brahman, although devoid of organs, possesses all capacities. “Grasping without hands, moving swiftly without feet” etc. (Svet. 3. 19). Though Brahman is without attributes, yet on account of Maya or Nescience It can be taken to possess all powers.
Although I have used a translation of Adi Shankara's commentary, an examination of Sri Ramanuja's Sri-Bhasya shows the same verses and almost the same commentary. As a point, he gives other Upanishadic references to support the verses. The Brahma Sutras is one of the three Prasthanas of all modern Hindus, followers of the Uttara Mimamsa. These are not 'popular' answers as you seem to suggest, they are part of the pillars of all Hindus.