atah param pravaksyami
vamsan manvantarani ca
evam rajah-plutah srasta
kalpadisv atmabhur harih
atah—here; param—after; pravaksyami—I shall explain; vamsan—descendants; manvantarani—different advents of Manus; ca—and; evam—thus; rajah-plutah—infused with the mode of passion; srasta—the creator; kalpa-adisu—in different millenniums; atma-bhuh—self-advent; harih—the Personality of Godhead; srjati—creates; amogha—unfailing; sankalpah—determination; atma eva—He Himself; atmanam—Himself; atmana—by His own energy.
Now I shall describe the descendants of the Manus. The creator, Brahma, as the incarnation of the passion mode of the Personality of Godhead, creates the universal affairs with unfailing desires in every millennium by the force of the Lord’s energy.
The cosmic manifestation is an expansion of one of the many energies of the Supreme Personality of Godhead; the creator and the created are both emanations of the same Supreme Truth, as stated in the beginning of the Bhagavatam: janmady asya yatah [SB 1.1.1].
Thus end the Bhaktivedanta purports of the Third Canto, Tenth Chapter, of the Srimad-Bhagavatam, entitled “Divisions of the Creation.”
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