TEXT 29
kakudmi revatim kanyam
svam adaya vibhum gatah
putrya varam pariprastum
brahmalokam apavrtam
SYNONYMS
kakudmi—King Kakudmi; revatim—named Revati; kanyam—the daughter of Kakudmi; svam—his own; adaya—taking; vibhum—before Lord Brahma; gatah—he went; putryah—of his daughter; varam—a husband; pariprastum—to inquire about; brahmalokam—Brahmaloka; apavrtam—transcendental to the three qualities.
TRANSLATION
Taking his own daughter, Revati, Kakudmi went to Lord Brahma in Brahmaloka, which is transcendental to the three modes of material nature, and inquired about a husband for her.
PURPORT
It appears that Brahmaloka, the abode of Lord Brahma, is also transcendental, above the three modes of material nature (apavrtam).

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