vacam agnau savaktavyam
indre silpam karav api
padani gatya vayasi
mrtyau payum visargam ca
diksu srotram sa-nadena
rupani caksusa rajan
apsu pracetasa jihvam
ghreyair ghranam ksitau nyaset
vacam—speech; agnau—in the fire-god (the personified god controlling fire); sa-vaktavyam—with the subject matter of speaking; indre—unto King Indra; silpam—craftsmanship or the capacity to work with the hands; karau—as well as the hands; api—indeed; padani—the legs; gatya—with the power to move; vayasi—unto Lord Visnu; ratya—sexual desire; upastham—with the genitals; prajapatau—unto Prajapati; mrtyau—unto the demigod known as Mrtyu; payum—the rectum; visargam—with its activity, evacuation; ca—also; yatha-sthanam—in the proper place; vinirdiset—one should indicate; diksu—unto different directions; srotram—the aural sense; sa-nadena—with sound vibration; sparsena—with touch; adhyatmani—unto the wind-god; tvacam—the sense of touch; rupani—form; caksusa—with eyesight; rajan—O King; jyotisi—in the sun; abhinivesayet—one should endow; apsu—unto water; pracetasa—with the demigod known as Varuna; jihvam—the tongue; ghreyaih—with the object of smell; ghranam—the power to smell; ksitau—in the earth; nyaset—one should give.
Thereafter, the object of speech, along with the sense of speech [the tongue], should be bestowed upon fire. Craftsmanship and the two hands should be given to the demigod Indra. The power of movement and the legs should be given to Lord Visnu. Sensual pleasure, along with the genitals, should be bestowed upon Prajapati. The rectum, with the power of evacuation, should be bestowed, in its proper place, unto Mrtyu. The aural instrument, along with sound vibration, should be given to the deities presiding over the directions. The instrument of touch, along with the sense objects of touch, should be given to Vayu. Form, with the power of sight, should be bestowed upon the sun. The tongue, along with the demigod Varuna, should be bestowed upon water, and the power of smell, along with the two Asvini-kumara demigods, should be bestowed upon the earth.
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