svayambhūḥ sākam ṛṣibhir
tat—that; kardama—of Kardama; āśrama-padam—to the place of the hermitage; sarasvatyā—by the River Sarasvatī; pariśritam—surrounded; svayambhūḥ—Brahmā (the self-born); sākam—along with; ṛṣibhiḥ—the sages; marīci—the great sage Marīci; ādibhiḥ—and others; abhyayāt—he came there.
Brahmā, the first-born living being, went along with Marīci and other sages to the place of Kardama’s hermitage, which was surrounded by the River Sarasvatī.
Brahmā is called Svayambhū because he is not born of any material father and mother. He is the first living creature and is born from the lotus which grows from the abdomen of the Supreme Personality of Godhead Garbhodakaśāyī Viṣṇu. Therefore he is called Svayambhū, self-born.
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