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CC Madhya 20.348

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

TEXT 348

pūrvavat likhi yabe guṇāvatāra-gaṇa
asaṅkhya saṅkhyā tāṅra, nā haya gaṇana


pūrva-vat—as previously; likhi—I write; yabe—when; guṇa-avatāra-gaṇa—incarnations of the material modes of nature; asaṅkhya—innumerable; saṅkhya—counting; tāṅra—of them; nā haya gaṇana—not actually countable.


“As stated before when I described the incarnations of the material modes [guṇa-avatāras], one should consider that these incarnations also are unlimited and that no one can count them.