- evam-prabhāvo bhagavān ananto
- mūle rasāyāḥ sthita ātma-tantro
- yo līlayā kṣmāṁ sthitaye bibharti
evam-prabhāvaḥ—who is so powerful; bhagavān—the Supreme Personality of Godhead; anantaḥ—Ananta; duranta-vīrya—insurmountable prowess; uru—great; guṇa-anubhāvaḥ—possessing transcendental qualities and glories; mūle—at the base; rasāyāḥ—of the lower planetary systems; sthitaḥ—existing; ātma-tantraḥ—completely self-sufficient; yaḥ—who; līlayā—easily; kṣmām—the universe; sthitaye—for its maintenance; bibharti—sustains.
There is no end to the great and glorious qualities of that powerful Lord Anantadeva. Indeed, His prowess is unlimited. Though self-sufficient, He Himself is the support of everything. He resides beneath the lower planetary systems and easily sustains the entire universe.