evam eva dadhi-mandodat paratah puskaradvipas tato dvi-gunayamah samantata upakalpitah samanena svadudakena samudrena bahir avrto yasmin brhat-puskaram jvalana-sikhamala-kanaka-patrayutayutam bhagavatah kamalasanasyadhyasanam parikalpitam.
evam eva—thus; dadhi-manda-udat—the ocean of yogurt; paratah—beyond; puskara-dvipah—another island, named Puskaradvipa; tatah—than that (Sakadvipa); dvi-guna-ayamah—whose measurement is twice as great; samantatah—on all sides; upakalpitah—surrounded; samanena—equal in width; svadu-udakena—possessing sweet water; samudrena—by an ocean; bahih—outside; avrtah—surrounded; yasmin—in which; brhat—very big; puskaram—lotus flower; jvalana-sikha—like the flames of a blazing fire; amala—pure; kanaka—gold; patra—leaves; ayuta-ayutam—possessing 100,000,000; bhagavatah—greatly powerful; kamala asanasya—of Lord Brahma, whose sitting place is on the lotus flower; adhyasanam—sitting place; parikalpitam—considered.
Outside the ocean of yogurt is another island, known as Puskaradvipa, which is 6,400,000 yojanas [51,200,000 miles] wide, twice as wide as the ocean of yogurt. It is surrounded by an ocean of very tasteful water as broad as the island itself. On Puskaradvipa there is a great lotus flower with 100,000,000 pure golden petals, as effulgent as the flames of fire. That lotus flower is considered the sitting place of Lord Brahma, who is the most powerful living being and who is therefore sometimes called bhagavan.
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