tad-varṣa-puruṣā ṛtavrata-satyavrata-dānavratānuvrata-nāmāno bhagavantaṁ vāyv-ātmakaṁ prāṇāyāma-vidhūta-rajas-tamasaḥ parama-samādhinā yajante.
tat-varṣa-puruṣāḥ—the inhabitants of those tracts of land; ṛta-vrata—Ṛtavrata; satya-vrata—Satyavrata; dāna-vrata—Dānavrata; anuvrata—Anuvrata; nāmānaḥ—having the four names; bhagavantam—the Supreme Personality of Godhead; vāyu-ātmakam—represented by the demigod Vāyu; prāṇāyāma—by the practice of regulating the airs within the body; vidhūta—cleansed away; rajaḥ-tamasaḥ—whose passion and ignorance; parama—sublime; samādhinā—by trance; yajante—they worship.
The inhabitants of those islands are also divided into four castes—Ṛtavrata, Satyavrata, Dānavrata and Anuvrata—which exactly resemble brāhmaṇa, kṣatriya, vaiśya and śūdra. They practice prāṇāyāma and mystic yoga, and in trance they worship the Supreme Lord in the form of Vāyu.
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