dvitīyam—the second; tu—but; bhavāya—for welfare; asya—of this earth; rasātala—the lowest; gatām—having gone; mahīm—the earth; uddhariṣyan—lifting up; upādatta—established; yajñeśaḥ—the proprietor or ...
Śrī Īśopaniṣad, Mantra 8
Saḥ—that person; paryagāt—must know in fact; śukram—the omnipotent; akāyam—unembodied; avraṇam—without any reproach; asnāviram—without any veins; śuddham—antiseptic; apāpa-viddham—prophylactic; kaviḥ—omniscient; manīṣī—philosopher; paribhūḥ—the ...
Śrī Rāma-Navamī, Lord Rāmacandra's Appearance Day
[Full wealth, strength, fame, beauty, knowledge and renunciation—these are the six opulences of the Supreme Personality of Godhead.]