bhūrlokaḥ kalpitaḥ padbhyāṁ
bhuvarloko 'sya nābhitaḥ
svarlokaḥ kalpito mūrdhnā
iti vā loka-kalpanā
bhūrlokaḥ—the entire planetary system from Pātāla to the earthly planetary system; kalpitaḥ—imagined; padbhyām—situated on the legs; bhuvarlokaḥ—the Bhuvarloka planetary system; asya—of the universal form of the Lord; nābhitaḥ—out of the navel abdomen; svarlokaḥ—the higher planetary system, beginning with the heavenly planets; kalpitaḥ—imagined; mūrdhnā—from the chest to the head; iti—thus; vā—either; loka—the planetary systems; kalpanā—imagination.
Others may divide the whole planetary system into three divisions, namely the lower planetary systems on the legs [up to the earth], the middle planetary systems on the navel, and the upper planetary systems [Svarloka] from the chest to the head of the Supreme Personality.
The three divisions of the complete planetary systems are here mentioned; fourteen are imagined by others, and that is also explained.
Thus end the Bhaktivedanta purports of the Second Canto, Fifth Chapter, of the Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam, entitled "The Cause of All Causes."
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