CC Madhya 8.155
- ānandāṁśe ‘hlādinī’, sad-aṁśe ‘sandhinī’
- cid-aṁśe ‘samvit’, yāre jñāna kari’ māni
ānanda-aṁśe—in bliss; hlādinī—the pleasure-giving potency; sat-aṁśe—in eternity; sandhinī—the creative potency; cit-aṁśe—in knowledge; samvit—the knowledge potency; yāre—which; jñāna—knowledge; kari’—taking as; māni—I accept.
“Hlādinī is His aspect of bliss; sandhinī, of eternal existence; and samvit, of cognizance, which is also accepted as knowledge.