sa vai visva-srjam iso
vedadin mukhato ’srjat
yad yad yenasrjad devas
tan me bruhi tapo-dhana
vidurah uvaca—Vidura said; sah—he (Brahma); vai—certainly; visva—the universe; srjam—of those who created; isah—the controller; veda-adin—the Vedas, etc.; mukhatah—from the mouth; asrjat—established; yat—that; yat—which; yena—by which; asrjat—created; devah—the god; tat—that; me—unto me; bruhi—please explain; tapah-dhana—O sage whose only wealth is penance.
Vidura said: O great sage whose only wealth is penance, kindly explain to me how and with whose help Brahma established the Vedic knowledge which emanated from his mouth.
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