jatasyasit suto dhatur
atrih pitr-samo gunaih
sahasra-sirasah—who has thousands of heads; pumsah—of Lord Visnu (Garbhodakasayi Visnu); nabhi-hrada-saroruhat—from the lotus produced from the lake of the navel; jatasya—who appeared; asit—there was; sutah—a son; dhatuh—of Lord Brahma; atrih—by the name Atri; pitr-samah—like his father; gunaih—qualified.
Lord Visnu [Garbhodakasayi Visnu] is also known as Sahasra-sirsa Purusa. From the lake of His navel sprang a lotus, on which Lord Brahma was generated. Atri, the son of Lord Brahma, was as qualified as his father.
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