viditvartham kapilo matur ittham
jata-sneho yatra tanvabhijatah
tattvamnayam yat pravadanti sankhyam
provaca vai bhakti-vitana-yogam
maitreyah uvaca—Maitreya said; viditva—having known; artham—purpose; kapilah—Lord Kapila; matuh—of His mother; ittham—thus; jata-snehah—became compassionate; yatra—upon her; tanva—from her body; abhijatah—born; tattva-amnayam—truths received by disciplic succession; yat—which; pravadanti—they call; sankhyam—Sankhya philosophy; provaca—He described; vai—in fact; bhakti—devotional service; vitana—spreading; yogam—mystic yoga.
Sri Maitreya said: After hearing the statement of His mother, Kapila could understand her purpose, and He became compassionate towards her because of being born of her body. He described the Sankhya system of philosophy, which is a combination of devotional service and mystic realization, as received by disciplic succession.
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