1. 31

    कृत्वा दयां च जीवेषु दत्त्वा चाभयमात्मवान् । मय्यात्मानं सह जगद्द्रक्ष्यस्यात्मनि चापि माम् ।। ३-२१-३१ ।।

    Showing compassion to all living entities, you will attain self-realization. Giving assurance of safety to all, you will perceive your own self as well as all the universes in Me, and Myself in you. ।। 3-21-31 ।।

  2. 32

    सहाहं स्वांशकलया त्वद्वीर्येण महामुने । तव क्षेत्रे देवहूत्यां प्रणेष्ये तत्त्वसंहिताम् ।। ३-२१-३२ ।।

    O great sage, I shall manifest My own plenary portion through your wife, Devahūti, along with your nine daughters, and I shall instruct her in the system of philosophy that deals with the ultimate principles or categories. ।। 3-21-32 ।।

  3. 33

    मैत्रेय उवाच एवं तमनुभाष्याथ भगवान् प्रत्यगक्षजः । जगाम बिन्दुसरसः सरस्वत्या परिश्रितात् ।। ३-२१-३३ ।।

    Maitreya went on: Thus having spoken to Kardama Muni, the Lord, who reveals Himself only when the senses are in Kṛṣṇa consciousness, departed from that lake called Bindu-sarovara, which was encircled by the river Sarasvatī. ।। 3-21-33 ।।

  4. 34

    निरीक्षतस्तस्य ययावशेषसिद्धेश्वराभिष्टुतसिद्धमार्गः । आकर्णयन् पत्ररथेन्द्रपक्षैरुच्चारितं स्तोममुदीर्णसाम ।। ३-२१-३४ ।।

    While the sage stood looking on, the Lord left by the pathway leading to Vaikuṇṭha, a path extolled by all great liberated souls. The sage stood listening as the hymns forming the basis of the Sāma Veda were vibrated by the flapping wings of the Lord’s carrier, Garuḍa. ।। 3-21-34 ।।

  5. 35

    अथ सम्प्रस्थिते शुक्ले कर्दमो भगवान् ऋषिः । आस्ते स्म बिन्दुसरसि तं कालं प्रतिपालयन् ।। ३-२१-३५ ।।

    Then, after the departure of the Lord, the worshipful sage Kardama stayed on the bank of Bindu-sarovara, awaiting the time of which the Lord had spoken. ।। 3-21-35 ।।