tata uttarasmad rsaya ekadasa-laksa-yojanantara upalabhyante ya eva lokanam sam anubhavayanto bhagavato visnor yat paramam padam pradaksinam prakramanti.
tatah—the planet Saturn; uttarasmat—above; rsayah—great saintly sages; ekadasa-laksa-yojana-antare—at a distance of 1,100,000 yojanas; upalabhyante—are situated; ye—all of them; eva—indeed; lokanam—for all the inhabitants of the universe; sam—the good fortune; anubhavayantah—always thinking of; bhagavatah—of the Supreme Personality of Godhead; visnoh—Lord Visnu; yat—which; paramam padam—the supreme abode; pradaksinam—placing on the right; prakramanti—circumambulate.
Situated 8,800,000 miles above Saturn, or 20,800,000 miles above earth, are the seven saintly sages, who are always thinking of the well-being of the inhabitants of the universe. They circumambulate the supreme abode of Lord Visnu, known as Dhruvaloka, the polestar.
Lord Visnu, who is the source of knowledge and transcendental bliss, has assumed the form of Sisumara in the seventh heaven, which is situated in the topmost level of the universe. All the other planets, beginning with the sun, exist under the shelter of this Sisumara planetary system.
Thus end the Bhaktivedanta purports of the Fifth Canto, Twenty-second Chapter of Srimad-Bhagavatam, entitled “The Orbits of the Planets.”
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