om namo bhagavate vasudevaya
janmady asya yato 'nvayad itaratas carthesv abhijnah svarat
tene brahma hrda ya adi-kavaye muhyanti yat surayah
tejo-vari-mrdam yatha vinimayo yatra tri-sargo 'mrsa
dhamna svena sada nirasta-kuhakam satyam param dhimahi
om—O my Lord; namah—offering my obeisances; bhagavate—unto the Personality of Godhead; vasudevaya—unto Vasudeva (the son of Vasudeva), or Lord Sri Krsna, the primeval Lord; janma-adi—creation, sustenance and destruction; asya—of the manifested universes; yatah—from whom; anvayat—directly; itaratah—indirectly; ca—and; arthesu—purposes; abhijnah—fully cognizant; sva-rat—fully independent; tene—imparted; brahma—the Vedic knowledge; hrda—consciousness of the heart; yah—one who; adi-kavaye—unto the original created being; muhyanti—are illusioned; yat—about whom; surayah—great sages and demigods; tejah—fire; vari—water; mrdam—earth; yatha—as much as; vinimayah—action and reaction; yatra—whereupon; tri-sargah—three modes of creation, creative faculties; amrsa—almost factual; dhamna—along with all transcendental paraphernalia; svena—self-sufficiently; sada—always; nirasta—negation by absence; kuhakam—illusion; satyam—truth; param—absolute; dhimahi—I do meditate upon.