जन्मकर्माभिधानानि सन्ति मेऽङ्ग सहस्रश: ।
न शक्यन्तेऽनुसङ्ख्यातुमनन्तत्वान्मयापि हि ॥ ३६ ॥
santi me ’ṅga sahasraśaḥ
na śakyante ’nusaṅkhyātum
anantatvān mayāpi hi
śrī-bhagavān uvāca — the Supreme Lord said; janma — births; karma — activities; abhidhānāni — and names; santi — there are; me — My; aṅga — O dear one; sahasraśaḥ — by the thousands; na śakyante — they cannot; anusaṅkhyātum — be enumerated; anantatvāt — because of having no limit; mayā — by Me; api hi — even.
The Supreme Lord said: My dear friend, I have taken thousands of births, lived thousands of lives and accepted thousands of names. In fact My births, activities and names are limitless, and thus even I cannot count them.