1. 36

    वयांसि तद्व्याकरणं विचित्रं मनुर्मनीषा मनुजो निवासः । गन्धर्वविद्याधरचारणाप्सरः स्वरस्मृतीरसुरानीकवीर्यः ।। २-१-३६ ।।

    Varieties of birds are indications of His masterful artistic sense. Manu, the father of mankind, is the emblem of His standard intelligence, and humanity is His residence. The celestial species of human beings, like the Gandharvas, Vidyādharas, Cāraṇas and angels, all represent His musical rhythm, and the demoniac soldiers are representations of His wonderful prowess. ।। 2-1-36 ।।

  2. 37

    ब्रह्माऽऽननं क्षत्रभुजो महात्मा विडूरुरङ्घ्रिश्रितकृष्णवर्णः । नानाभिधाभीज्यगणोपपन्नो द्रव्यात्मकः कर्म वितानयोगः ।। २-१-३७ ।।

    The virāṭ-puruṣa’s face is the brāhmaṇas, His arms are the kṣatriyas, His thighs are the vaiśyas, and the śūdras are under the protection of His feet. All the worshipable demigods are also overtaken by Him, and it is the duty of everyone to perform sacrifices with feasible goods to appease the Lord. ।। 2-1-37 ।।

  3. 38

    इयानसावीश्वरविग्रहस्य यः सन्निवेशः कथितो मया ते । सन्धार्यतेऽस्मिन् वपुषि स्थविष्ठे मनः स्वबुद्ध्या न यतोऽस्ति किञ्चित् ।। २-१-३८ ।।

    I have thus explained to you the gross material gigantic conception of the Personality of Godhead. One who seriously desires liberation concentrates his mind on this form of the Lord, because there is nothing more than this in the material world. ।। 2-1-38 ।।

  4. 39

    स सर्वधीवृत्त्यनुभूतसर्व आत्मा यथा स्वप्नजनेक्षितैकः । तं सत्यमानन्दनिधिं भजेत नान्यत्र सज्जेद्यत आत्मपातः ।। २-१-३९ ।।

    One should concentrate his mind upon the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who alone distributes Himself in so many manifestations just as ordinary persons create thousands of manifestations in dreams. One must concentrate the mind on Him, the only all-blissful Absolute Truth. Otherwise one will be misled and will cause his own degradation. ।। 2-1-39 ।।