brahma brahmamayam varma
bharati haram uttamam
harih sudarsanam cakram
tat-patny avyahatam sriyam
brahma—Lord Brahma; brahma-mayam—made of spiritual knowledge; varma—armor; bharati—the goddess of learning; haram—necklace; uttamam—transcendental; harih—the Supreme Personality of Godhead; sudarsanam cakram—Sudarsana disc; tat-patni—His wife (Laksmi); avyahatam—imperishable; sriyam—beauty and opulence.
Lord Brahma presented King Prthu with a protective garment made of spiritual knowledge. Bharati [Sarasvati], the wife of Brahma, gave him a transcendental necklace. Lord Visnu presented him with a Sudarsana disc, and Lord Visnu’s wife, the goddess of fortune, gave him imperishable opulences.
All the demigods presented various gifts to King Prthu. Hari, an incarnation of the Supreme Personality of Godhead known as Upendra in the heavenly planet, presented the King with a Sudarsana disc. It should be understood that this Sudarsana disc is not exactly the same type of Sudarsana disc used by the Personality of Godhead, Krsna, or Visnu. Since Maharaja Prthu was a partial representation of the Supreme Personality of Godhead’s power, the Sudarsana disc given to him represented the partial power of the original Sudarsana disc.
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