- eṣa dainan-dinaḥ sargo
- brāhmas trailokya-vartanaḥ
- sambhavo yatra karmabhiḥ
eṣaḥ—all these creations; dainam-dinaḥ—daily; sargaḥ—creation; brāhmaḥ—in terms of the days of Brahmā; trailokya-vartanaḥ—revolution of the three worlds; tiryak—animals lower than the human beings; nṛ—human beings; pitṛ—of the Pitā planets; devānām—of the demigods; sambhavaḥ—appearance; yatra—wherein; karmabhiḥ—in the cycle of fruitive activities.
In the creation, during Brahmā's day, the three planetary systems—Svarga, Martya and Pātāla—revolve, and the inhabitants, including the lower animals, human beings, demigods and Pitās, appear and disappear in terms of their fruitive activities.