om — O Supreme Personality of Godhead; namaḥ — respectful obeisances; bhagavate — unto You, the Lord, who are full in six opulences; mahā-puruṣāya — the supreme enjoyer; mahā-anubhāvāya — the most perfect realized soul, or the Supersoul; mahā-vibhūti-pataye — the master of all mystic power; sakala-sātvata-parivṛḍha — of all the best devotees; nikara — of the multitude; kara-kamala — of the lotus hands; kuḍmala — by the buds; upalālita — served; caraṇa-aravinda-yugala — whose two lotus feet; parama — topmost; parame-ṣṭhin — who are situated in the spiritual planet; namaḥ te — respectful obeisances unto You.
O transcendental Lord, who are situated in the topmost planet of the spiritual world, Your two lotus feet are always massaged by a multitude of the best devotees with their lotus-bud hands. You are the Supreme Personality of Godhead, complete in six opulences. You are the supreme person mentioned in the Puruṣa-sūkta prayers. You are the most perfect, self-realized master of all mystic power. Let me offer my respectful obeisances unto You.
It is said that the Absolute Truth is one, but is manifested in different features as Brahman, Paramātmā and Bhagavān. The previous verses described the Brahman and Paramātmā features of the Absolute Truth. Now this prayer is offered in bhakti-yoga to the Absolute Supreme Person. The words used in this regard are sakala-sātvata-parivṛḍha. The word sātvata means “devotees,” and sakala means “all together.” The devotees, who also have lotus feet, serve the lotus feet of the Lord with their lotus hands. The devotees may sometimes not be competent to serve the lotus feet of the Lord, and therefore the Lord is addressed as parama-parameṣṭhin. He is the Supreme Person, yet He is very kind to the devotees. No one is competent to serve the Lord, but even if a devotee is not competent, the merciful Lord accepts the humble attempt of the devotee.