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- netra-trayaṁ sattva-rajas-tamāṁsi
- sāṅkhyātmanaḥ śāstra-kṛtas tavekṣā
- chandomayo deva ṛṣiḥ purāṇaḥ
chāyā—shadow; tu—but; adharma-ūrmiṣu—in the waves of irreligion, like kāma, krodha, lobha and moha; yaiḥ—by which; visargaḥ—so many varieties of creation; netra-trayam—three eyes; sattva—goodness; rajaḥ—passion; tamāṁsi—and darkness; sāṅkhya-ātmanaḥ—the origin of all Vedic literatures; śāstra—scriptures; kṛtaḥ—made; tava—by you; īkṣā—simply by glancing; chandaḥ-mayaḥ—full of Vedic verses; deva—O lord; ṛṣiḥ—all Vedic literatures; purāṇaḥ—and the purāṇas, the supplementary Vedas.
O lord, your shadow is seen in irreligion, which brings about varieties of irreligious creations. The three modes of nature—goodness, passion and ignorance—are your three eyes. All the Vedic literatures, which are full of verses, are emanations from you because their compilers wrote the various scriptures after receiving your glance.