1. 36

    अथापि कीर्तयाम्यङ्ग यथामति यथाश्रुतम् । कीर्तिं हरेः स्वां सत्कर्तुं गिरमन्याभिधासतीम् ।। ३-६-३६ ।।

    In spite of my inability, whatever I have been able to hear [from the spiritual master] and whatever I could assimilate I am now describing in glorification of the Lord by pure speech, for otherwise my power of speaking would remain unchaste. ।। 3-6-36 ।।

  2. 37

    एकान्तलाभं वचसो नु पुंसां सुश्लोकमौलेर्गुणवादमाहुः । श्रुतेश्च विद्वद्भिरुपाकृतायां कथा सुधायामुपसम्प्रयोगम् ।। ३-६-३७ ।।

    The highest perfectional gain of humanity is to engage in discussions of the activities and glories of the Pious Actor. Such activities are so nicely arranged in writing by the greatly learned sages that the actual purpose of the ear is served just by being near them. ।। 3-6-37 ।।

  3. 38

    आत्मनोऽवसितो वत्स महिमा कविनाऽऽदिना । संवत्सरसहस्रान्ते धिया योगविपक्वया ।। ३-६-३८ ।।

    O my son, the original poet, Brahmā, after mature meditation for one thousand celestial years, could know only that the glories of the Supreme Soul are inconceivable. ।। 3-6-38 ।।

  4. 39

    अतो भगवतो माया मायिनामपि मोहिनी । यत्स्वयं चात्मवर्त्मात्मा न वेद किमुतापरे ।। ३-६-३९ ।।

    The wonderful potency of the Supreme Personality of Godhead is bewildering even to the jugglers. That potency is unknown even to the self-sufficient Lord, so it is certainly unknown to others. ।। 3-6-39 ।।

  5. 40

    यतोऽप्राप्य न्यवर्तन्त वाचश्च मनसा सह । अहं चान्य इमे देवास्तस्मै भगवते नमः ।। ३-६-४० ।।

    Words, mind and ego, with their respective controlling demigods, have failed to achieve success in knowing the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Therefore, we simply have to offer our respectful obeisances unto Him as a matter of sanity. ।। 3-6-40 ।।