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* Whatever has been, or is to be, you are that, Oh Purushottama. From you sprang Virat, Svarat, Samrat, and Adhipurusha.
* The lower, upper, and middle parts of the earth are not independent of you. From you is all this universe, all that has been, and that shall be.
* All this world is in you, assuming this universal form. From thee you is sacrifice yajna derived, and all oblations, and curds, and ghee, and animals of either class (domestic or wild). * From thee you the Rig-VedaRigveda, the SāmaSama, the metres of the Vedas, and the Yajur-Véda Yajurveda are born. Horses, and cows having teeth in one jaw only<sup>[5]</sup>, proceed from theeyou; and from thee you come goats, sheep, and deer. Brahmans sprang from thy your mouth; warriors from thy your arms; Vaisyas Vaishyas from thy your thighs; and Śūdras Shudras from thy your feet. From thine your eyes come the sun; from thine your ears, the wind; and from thy your mind, the moon: the . * The vital airs (come) from thy your central vein; and fire from thy your mouth: the sky from thy your navel; and heaven from thy your head: the . * The regions from thine your ears; the earth from thy your feet. All this world was derived from theeyou. As the wide-spreading Nyagrodha (Indian fig) tree is compressed in a small seed<sup>[6]</sup>, so, at the time of dissolution, the whole universe is comprehended in thee you as its germ. As the Nyagrodha germinates from the seed, and becomes first a shoot, and then rises into loftiness, so the created world proceeds from theeyou, and expands into magnitude. As the bark and leaves of the Plantain tree are to be seen in its stem, so thou art are you the stem of the universe, and all things are visible in theeyou. * The faculties of the intellect, that are the cause of pleasure and of pain, abide in thee you as one with all existence; but the sources of pleasure and of pain, singly or blended, do not exist in theeyou, who art are exempt from all qualities<sup>[7]</sup>. Salutation to theeyou, the subtile subtle rudiment, which, being single, becomes manifold, .* Salutation to theeyou, soul the atman of existent things, identical with the great elements. ThouYou, imperishable, art are beheld in spiritual knowledge as perceptible objects, as nature, as spiritPurusha, as the world, as BrahmāBrahman, as Manu, by internal contemplation. But thou art you are in all, the element of all; thou art you are all, assuming every form; all . * All is from theeyou, and thou art you are from thyselfyourself. I salute theeyou, universal soul: atman; glory be to theeyou. Thou art You are one with all things: ; oh lord of all, thou art you are present in all things. * What can I say unto theeto you ? thou you knowest all that is in the heart, oh soul atman of all, sovereign lord of all creatures, origin of all things. Thou* You, who art are all beings, knowest the desires of all creatures. The desire that I cerished cherished has been gratified, lord, by theeyou: my devotions have been crowned with success, in that I have seen theeyou.<ref name=":0">Manmath Nath Dutt (1896), [ Vishnu Purana], Calcutta.</ref>
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