sunanda-mukhya upatasthur isam
raraja rajan bhagavan urukramah
ksitim padaikena baler vicakrame
nabhah sarirena disas ca bahubhih
sunanda-mukhyah—the associates of the Lord headed by Sunanda; upatasthuh—began to offer prayers; isam—unto the Supreme Personality of Godhead; parsada-mukhyah—other chiefs of the associates; saha-loka-palah—with the predominant deities of all the planets; sphurat-kirita—with a brilliant helmet; angada—bracelets; mina-kundalah—and earrings in the shape of fish; srivatsa—the hair named Srivatsa on His bosom; ratna-uttama—the best of jewels (Kaustubha); mekhala—belt; ambaraih—with yellow garments; madhu-vrata—of bees; srak—in which there was a garland; vanamalaya—by a flower garland; avrtah—covered; raraja—predominantly manifested; rajan—O King; bhagavan—the Supreme Personality of Godhead; urukramah—who is prominent by His wonderful activities; ksitim—the whole surface of the world; pada ekena—by one footstep; baleh—of Bali Maharaja; vicakrame—covered; nabhah—the sky; sarirena—by His body; disah ca—and all directions; bahubhih—by His arms.
These associates, headed by Sunanda and other chief associates and accompanied by all the predominating deities of the various planets, offered prayers to the Lord, who wore a brilliant helmet, bracelets, and glittering earrings that resembled fish. On the Lord’s bosom were the lock of hair called Srivatsa and the transcendental jewel named Kaustubha. He wore a yellow garment, covered by a belt, and He was decorated by a flower garland, surrounded by bees. Manifesting Himself in this way, O King, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, whose activities are wonderful, covered the entire surface of the earth with one footstep, the sky with His body, and all directions with His arms.
One might argue, “Since Bali Maharaja promised Vamanadeva only the land occupied by His steps, why did Lord Vamanadeva occupy the sky also?” In this regard, Srila Jiva Gosvami says that the steps include everything, downward and upward. When one stands up, he certainly occupies certain parts of the sky and certain portions of the earth below his feet. Thus there was nothing uncommon for the Supreme Personality of Godhead when He occupied the entire sky with His body.
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