ayi vyapaśyas tvam ajasya māyāṁ
parasya puṁsaḥ para-devatāyāḥ
ahaṁ kalānām ṛṣabho ’pi muhye
yayāvaśo ’nye kim utāsvatantrāḥ
ayi—oh; vyapaśyaḥ—have seen; tvam—you; ajasya—of the unborn; māyām—the illusory energy; parasya puṁsaḥ—of the Supreme Person; para-devatāyāḥ—the Absolute Truth; aham—myself; kalānām—of plenary portions; ṛṣabhaḥ—the chief; api—although; muhye—became bewildered; yayā—by her; avaśaḥ—imperceptibly; anye—others; kim uta—what to speak of; asvatantrāḥ—fully dependent on māyā.
Lord Śiva said: O Goddess, you have now seen the illusory energy of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who is the unborn master of everyone. Although I am one of the principal expansions of His Lordship, even I was illusioned by His energy. What then is to be said of others, who are fully dependent on māyā?
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