1. 11

    यत् तत् कारणमव्यक्तं नित्यं सदसदात्मकम् । तद्विसृष्टः स पुरुषो लोके ब्रह्मैति कीर्त्यते ॥ ११ ॥

    From that (first) cause, which is indiscernible, eternal, and both real and unreal, was produced that male (Purusha), who is famed in this world (under the appellation of) Brahman.

  2. 12

    तस्मिन्नण्डे स भगवानुषित्वा परिवत्सरम् । स्वयमेवात्मनो ध्यानात् तदण्डमकरोद् द्विधा ॥ १२ ॥

    The divine one resided in that egg during a whole year, then he himself by his thought (alone) divided it into two halves;

  3. 13

    ताभ्यां स शकलाभ्यां च दिवं भूमिं च निर्ममे । मध्ये व्योम दिशश्चाष्टावपां स्थानं च शाश्वतम् ॥ १३ ॥

    And out of those two halves he formed heaven and earth, between them the middle sphere, the eight points of the horizon, and the eternal abode of the waters.

  4. 14

    उद्बबर्हात्मनश्चैव मनः सदसदात्मकम् । मनसश्चाप्यहङ्कारमभिमन्तारमीश्वरम् ॥ १४ ॥

    From himself (atmanah) he also drew forth the mind, which is both real and unreal, likewise from the mind egoism, which possesses the function of self-consciousness (and is) lordly;

  5. 15

    महान्तमेव चात्मानं सर्वाणि त्रिगुणानि च । विषयाणां ग्रहीतॄणि शनैः पञ्चैन्द्रियाणि च ॥ १५ ॥

    Moreover, the great one, the soul, and all (products) affected by the three qualities, and, in their order, the five organs which perceive the objects of sensation.