TEXT 10
sapta-dvipera loka ara nava-khanda-vasi
deva, gandharva, kinnara manusya-vese asi'
SYNONYMS
sapta-dvipera loka—people from all of the seven islands within the universe; ara—and; nava-khanda-vasi—the in habitants of the nine khandas; deva—demigods; gandharva—the inhabitants of Gandharvaloka; kinnara—the inhabitants of Kinnaraloka; manusya-vese—in the form of human beings; asi'-coming.
TRANSLATION
People from all over the universe, including the seven islands, the nine khandas, the planets of the demigods, Gandharvaloka and Kinnaraloka, would go there in the forms of human beings.
PURPORT
For an explanation of sapta-dvipa, see Madhya-lila, Chapter Twenty, verse 218, and Srimad-Bhagavatam, Fifth Canto, Chapters Sixteen and Twenty. in the Siddhanta-siromani, Chapter One (Goladhyaya), in the Bhuvana-kosa section, the nine khandas are mentioned as follows:
aindram kaseru sakalam kila tamraparnam
anyad gabhastimad atas ca kumarikakhyam
nagam ca saumyam iha varunam antya-khandam
gandharva-samjnam iti bharata-varsa-madhye
"Within Bharata-varsa, there are nine khandas. They are known as (1) Aindra, (2) Kaseru, (3) Tamraparna, (4) Gabhastimat, (5) Kumarika, (6) Naga (7) Saumya, (8) Varuna and (9) Gandharva."

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