- ānvīkṣikī trayī vārtā
- daṇḍa-nītis tathaiva ca
- evaṁ vyāhṛtayaś cāsan
- praṇavo hy asya dahrataḥ
ānvīkṣikī—logic; trayī—the three goals, namely religion, economy and salvation; vārtā—sense gratification; daṇḍa—law and order; nītiḥ—moral codes; tathā—as also; eva ca—respectively; evam—thus; vyāhṛtayaḥ—the celebrated hymns bhūḥ, bhuvaḥ and svaḥ; ca—also; āsan—came into existence; praṇavaḥ—the oṁkāra; hi—certainly; asya—of him (Brahmā); dahrataḥ—from the heart.
The science of logical argument, the Vedic goals of life, and also law and order, moral codes, and the celebrated hymns bhūḥ, bhuvaḥ and svaḥ all became manifested from the mouths of Brahmā, and the praṇava oṁkāra was manifested from his heart.