sete saksat karanambhodhi-madhye
yasyaikamsah sri-puman adi-devas
tam sri-nityananda-ramam prapadye
maya-bharta—the master of the illusory energy; aja-anda-sangha—of the multitude of universes; asraya—the shelter; angah—whose body; sete—He lies; saksat—directly; karana-ambhodhi-madhye—in the midst of the Causal Ocean; yasya—whose; eka-amsah—one portion; sri-puman—the Supreme Person; adi-devah—the original purusa incarnation; tam—to Him; sri-nityananda-ramam—to Lord Balarama in the form of Lord Nityananda; prapadye—I surrender.
I offer my full obeisances unto the feet of Sri Nityananda Rama, whose partial representation called Karanodakasayi Visnu, lying on the Karana Ocean, is the original purusa, the master of the illusory energy, and the shelter of all the universes.
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