mukham vani tato ’bhavat
vanya vahnir atho nase
pranoto ghrana etayoh
nirabhidyata—appeared; asya—of Him; prathamam—first of all; mukham—a mouth; vani—the organ of speech; tatah—then; abhavat—came forth; vanya—with the organ of speech; vahnih—the god of fire; athah—then; nase—the two nostrils; prana—the vital air; utah—joined; ghranah—the olfactory sense; etayoh—in them.
First of all a mouth appeared in Him, and then came forth the organ of speech, and with it the god of fire, the deity who presides over that organ. Then a pair of nostrils appeared, and in them appeared the olfactory sense, as well as prana, the vital air.
With the manifestation of speech, fire also became manifested, and with the manifestation of nostrils the vital air, the breathing process and the sense of smell also became manifested.
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