1. 11

    पञ्चभिः पञ्चभिर्ब्रह्म चतुर्भिर्दशभिस्तथा । एतच्चतुर्विंशतिकं गणं प्राधानिकं विदुः ।। ३-२६-११ ।।

    The aggregate elements, namely the five gross elements, the five subtle elements, the four internal senses, the five senses for gathering knowledge and the five outward organs of action, are known as the pradhāna. ।। 3-26-11 ।।

  2. 12

    महाभूतानि पञ्चैव भूरापोऽग्निर्मरुन्नभः । तन्मात्राणि च तावन्ति गन्धादीनि मतानि मे ।। ३-२६-१२ ।।

    There are five gross elements, namely earth, water, fire, air and ether. There are also five subtle elements: smell, taste, color, touch and sound. ।। 3-26-12 ।।

  3. 13

    इन्द्रियाणि दश श्रोत्रं त्वग् दृग्रसननासिकाः । वाक्करौ चरणौ मेढ्रं पायुर्दशम उच्यते ।। ३-२६-१३ ।।

    The senses for acquiring knowledge and the organs for action number ten, namely the auditory sense, the sense of taste, the tactile sense, the sense of sight, the sense of smell, and the active organs for speaking, working, traveling, generating and evacuating. ।। 3-26-13 ।।

  4. 14

    मनो बुद्धिरहङ्कारश्चित्तमित्यन्तरात्मकम् । चतुर्धा लक्ष्यते भेदो वृत्त्या लक्षणरूपया ।। ३-२६-१४ ।।

    The internal, subtle senses are experienced as having four aspects, in the shape of mind, intelligence, ego and contaminated consciousness. Distinctions between them can be made only by different functions, since they represent different characteristics. ।। 3-26-14 ।।

  5. 15

    एतावानेव सङ्ख्यातो ब्रह्मणः सगुणस्य ह । सन्निवेशो मया प्रोक्तो यः कालः पञ्चविंशकः ।। ३-२६-१५ ।‌।

    All these are considered the qualified Brahman. The mixing element, which is known as time, is counted as the twenty-fifth element. ।। 3-26-15 ।।