SB 1.11.6 (1964)
TEXT No. 6
Natah sma te natha sadanghripankajam Virincha vairinchya surendra vanditam. Parayanam kshemam iha ichhatam param Na yatra kalah prabhavet parah prabhuh
Natah—bowed down, sma—we had done so, Te—unto you, Natha—the Lord, Sada—always, Anghripankajam—the lotus feet, Virincha—Brahma the first living being, Vairinchya—sons of Brahma like Sanak, Sanatan etc., Surendra—the king in the heaven, Vanditah—worshipped by, Parayanam—the Supreme, Kshemam—welfare, Iha—in this life, Ichhatam—one who desires so, Param—the highest, Na—never, yatra—wherein, kala—the inevitable time, Prabhavet—can exert its influence, Parah—transcendental, Prabhu—the Supreme Lord.
Oh Lord You are worshipped by all demigods like Brahma, the four Sanas or even the king of heaven. And You are the ultimate rest for those who are really aspirant to achieve the highest benefit of life. You are the Supreme Lord transcendental and the inevitable time cannot exert its influenee upon You.
The Lord Supreme is Shri Krishna as it is confirmed in the Bhagawat Geeta, Brahma Samhita and other authorised Vedic literatures. Nobody is equal or greater than Him and that is the verdict of all scriptures. The influence of time and space is exerted on the dependant living entities who are all parts and parcels of the Supreme Lord. The living entities are predominated Brahmans whereas the Supreme Lord is predominating Absolute. As soon as we forget this naked fact we are at once in illusion and thus put into threefold miseries as one is put into dense darkness. Clear consciousness of the cognisant living being is God consciousness and thereby bowing down unto Him in all circumstances.