cirasya pādayoḥ patan
āste mahitvaṁ prāg-dṛṣṭaṁ
smṛtvā smṛtvā punaḥ punaḥ
utthāya utthāya—rising repeatedly; kṛṣṇasya—of Lord Kṛṣṇa; cirasya—for a long time; pādayoḥ—at the lotus feet; patan—falling down; āste—remained; mahitvam—the greatness; prāk-dṛṣṭam—which he had previously seen; smṛtvā smṛtvā—remembering and remembering; punaḥ punaḥ—again and again.
Rising and falling again and again at the lotus feet of Lord Kṛṣṇa for a long time, Lord Brahmā remembered over and over the Lord’s greatness he had just seen.
As stated in one prayer,
“Let others study the Vedas, smṛti and Mahābhārata, fearing material existence, but I shall worship Nanda Mahārāja, in whose courtyard is crawling the Supreme Brahman. Nanda Mahārāja is so great that the Parabrahman is crawling in his yard, and therefore I shall worship him.” (Padyāvalī 126)
Brahmā was falling down in ecstasy. Because of the presence of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who exactly resembled a human child, Brahmā was naturally astonished. Therefore with a faltering voice he offered prayers, understanding that here was the Supreme Person.
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