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SB 11.3.14

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada


Please note: The synonyms, translation and purport of this verse were composed by disciples of Śrīla Prabhupāda

TEXT 14

hṛta-rūpaṁ tu tamasā
vāyau jyotiḥ pralīyate
hṛta-sparśo 'vakāśena
vāyur nabhasi līyate
kālātmanā hṛta-guṇaṁ
nabha ātmani līyate


SYNONYMS

hṛta-rūpam—deprived of its quality of form; tu—certainly; tamasā—by darkness; vāyau—into air; jyotiḥ—fire; pralīyate—merges; hṛta-sparśaḥ—deprived of touch; avakāśena—by the element space; vāyuḥ—air; nabhasi—into space; līyate—merges; kāla-ātmana—by the Supreme Soul in the form of time; hṛta-guṇam—deprived of its tangible quality; nabhaḥ—space; ātmani—into false ego in the mode of ignorance; līyate—merges.

Translation and purport composed by disciples of Śrīla Prabhupāda


TRANSLATION

Fire, deprived of its form by darkness, dissolves into the element air. When the air loses its quality of touch by the influence of space, the air merges into that space. When space is deprived of its tangible quality by the Supreme Soul in the form of time, space merges into false ego in the mode of ignorance.



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