- dharmasya mama tubhyaṁ ca
- kumārāṇāṁ bhavasya ca
- vijñānasya ca sattvasya
- parasyātmā parāyaṇam
dharmasya—of religious principles, or of Yamarāja; mama—mine; tubhyam—of yours; ca—and; kumārāṇām—of the four Kumāras; bhavasya—Lord Śiva; ca—and also; vijñānasya—of transcendental knowledge; ca—also; sattvasya—of truth; parasya—of the great personality; ātmā—consciousness; parāyaṇam—dependent.
Also, the consciousness of that great personality is the abode of religious principles—mine, yours, and those of the four bachelors Sanaka, Sanātana, Sanat-kumāra and Sanandana. That consciousness is also the abode of truth and transcendental knowledge.