प्राणेन्द्रियद्रव्यगुण: स्वभाव: ।
काल: क्रतु: सत्यमृतं च धर्म-
स्त्वय्यक्षरं यत् त्रिवृदामनन्ति ॥ २५ ॥
kālaḥ kratuḥ satyam ṛtaṁ ca dharmas
tvayy akṣaraṁ yat tri-vṛd-āmananti
tvam — Your Lordship; śabda-yoniḥ — the origin and source of Vedic literature; jagat-ādiḥ — the original cause of material creation; ātmā — the soul; prāṇa — the living force; indriya — the senses; dravya — the material elements; guṇaḥ — the three qualities; sva-bhāvaḥ — material nature; kālaḥ — eternal time; kratuḥ — sacrifice; satyam — truth; ṛtam — truthfulness; ca — and; dharmaḥ — two different types of religion; tvayi — unto you; akṣaram — the original syllable, oṁkāra; yat — that which; tri-vṛt — consisting of the letters a, u and m; āmananti — they say.
O lord, you are the original source of Vedic literature. You are the original cause of material creation, the life force, the senses, the five elements, the three modes and the mahat-tattva. You are eternal time, determination and the two religious systems called truth [satya] and truthfulness [ṛta]. You are the shelter of the syllable om, which consists of three letters a-u-m.