1. 26

    सत्त्वं चास्य विनिर्भिन्नं महान् धिष्ण्यमुपाविशत् । चित्तेनांशेन येनासौ विज्ञानं प्रतिपद्यते ।। ३-६-२६ ।।

    Thereafter, when His consciousness separately manifested itself, the total energy, mahat-tattva, entered with His conscious part. Thus the living entity is able to conceive specific knowledge. ।। 3-6-26 ।।

  2. 27

    शीर्ष्णोऽस्य द्यौर्धरा पद्भ्यां खं नाभेरुदपद्यत । गुणानां वृत्तयो येषु प्रतीयन्ते सुरादयः ।। ३-६-२७ ।।

    Thereafter, from the head of the gigantic form, the heavenly planets were manifested, and from His legs the earthly planets and from His abdomen the sky separately manifested themselves. Within them the demigods and others also were manifested in terms of the modes of material nature. ।। 3-6-27 ।।

  3. 28

    आत्यन्तिकेन सत्त्वेन दिवं देवाः प्रपेदिरे । धरां रजः स्वभावेन पणयो ये च ताननु ।। ३-६-२८ ।।

    The demigods, qualified by the superexcellent quality of the mode of goodness, are situated in the heavenly planets, whereas the human beings, because of their nature in the mode of passion, live on the earth in company with their subordinates. ।। 3-6-28 ।।

  4. 29

    तार्तीयेन स्वभावेन भगवन्नाभिमाश्रिताः । उभयोरन्तरं व्योम ये रुद्रपार्षदां गणाः ।। ३-६-२९ ।।

    Living entities who are associates of Rudra develop in the third mode of material nature, or ignorance. They are situated in the sky between the earthly planets and the heavenly planets. ।। 3-6-29 ।।

  5. 30

    मुखतोऽवर्तत ब्रह्म पुरुषस्य कुरूद्वह । यस्तून्मुखत्वाद्वर्णानां मुख्योऽभूद्ब्राह्मणो गुरुः ।। ३-६-३० ।।

    O chief of the Kuru dynasty, the Vedic wisdom became manifested from the mouth of the virāṭ, the gigantic form. Those who are inclined to this Vedic knowledge are called brāhmaṇas, and they are the natural teachers and spiritual masters of all the orders of society. ।। 3-6-30 ।।