svam eva dhiṣṇyaṁ bahu mānayantaṁ
yad vāsudevābhidham āmananti
svam—Himself; eva—thus; dhiṣṇyam—situated; bahu—greatly; mānayantam—esteemed; yat—that which; vāsudeva—Lord Vāsudeva; abhidham—by the name; āmananti—acknowledge; pratyak-dhṛta-akṣa—eyes settled for introspection; ambuja-kośam—lotuslike eye; īṣat—slightly; unmīlayantam—opened; vibudha—of the greatly learned sages; udayāya—for the sake of advancement.
At that time Lord Saṅkarṣaṇa was meditating upon His Supreme Lord, whom the learned esteem as Lord Vāsudeva, but for the sake of the advancement of the great learned sages He slightly opened His lotus like eyes and began to speak.
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