jagrhe paurusam rupam
jagrhe—accepted; paurusam—the purusa incarnation; rupam—the form; bhagavan—the Supreme Personality of Godhead; mahat-adibhih—by the total material energy etc.; sambhutam—created; sodasa—sixteen; kalam—energies; adau—originally; loka—the material worlds; sisrksaya—with the desire to create.
"In the beginning of the creation, the Lord expanded Himself in the form of the purusa incarnation, accompanied by all the ingredients of material creation. First He created the sixteen principal energies suitable for creation. This was for the purpose of manifesting the material universes."
This is a verse from Srimad-Bhagavatam (1.3.1). The commentary of Madhva on Srimad-Bhagavatam mentions that the following sixteen spiritual energies are present in the spiritual world: (1) sri, (2) bhu, (3) lila, (4) kanti, (5) kirti, (6) tusti, (7) gir, (8) pusti, (9) satya (10) jnanajnana, (11) jaya utkarsini, (12) vimala, (13) yogamaya, (14) prahvi, (15) isana and (16) anugraha. In his commentary on the Laghu-bhagavatamrta, Sri Baladeva Vidyabhusana has said that the above energies are also known by nine names: (1) vimala, (2) utkarsini (3) jnana, (4) kriya, (5) yoga, (6) prahvi, (7) satya, (8) isana and (9) anugraha. In the Bhagavat-sandarbha of Srila Jiva Gosvami (Anuccheda 103) they are described as sri, pusti, gir, kanti, kirti, tusti, ila, jaya; vidyavidya, maya, samvit, sandhini, hladini, bhakti, murti, vimala, yoga, prahvi, isana, anugraha, etc. All these energies act in different spheres of the Lord's supremacy.
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