eta tattva mora citte kaile prakasana
brahmake veda yena padaila narayana
eta tattva—all these varieties of truth; mora citte—in my heart; kaile—you did; prakasana—manifesting; brahmake—unto Lord Brahma; veda—the Vedic knowledge; yena—as; padaila—taught; narayana—the Supreme Lord.
Ramananda Raya then admitted, "You have manifested many transcendental truths in my heart. This is exactly the way Narayana educated Lord Brahma."
yo brahmanam vidadhati purvam
yo vai vedams ca prahinoti tasmai
tam ha devam atma-buddhi-prakasam
mumuksur vai saranam aham prapadye
"Because I desire liberation, let me surrender unto the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who first enlightened Lord Brahma in Vedic knowledge through Lord Brahma's heart. The Lord is the original source of all enlightenment and spiritual advancement." In this connection one may also refer to Srimad-Bhagavatam 2.9.30-35, 11.14.3, 12.4.40 and 12.13.19.
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