Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10, Chapter 70, Text 44

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SB 10.70.44

yasyamalam divi yasah prathitam rasayam
 bhumau ca te bhuvana-mangala dig-vitanam
mandakiniti divi bhogavatiti cadho
 gangeti ceha caranambu punati visvam
My dear Lord, You are the symbol of everything auspicious. Your transcendental name and fame is spread like a canopy all over the universe, including the higher, middle and lower planetary systems. The transcendental water that washes Your lotus feet is known in the higher planetary systems as the Mandakini River, in the lower planetary systems as the Bhogavati and in this earthly planetary system as the Ganges. This sacred, transcendental water flows throughout the entire universe, purifying wherever it goes.
This translation is based on Srila Prabhupada’s Krsna. Sridhara Svami mentions that the word dig-vitanam indicates that Lord Krsna’s transcendental glories spread throughout the universe like a cooling canopy over the universal directions. In other words, the whole world can find shelter under the cooling shade of the Lord’s lotus feet. Thus the Lord is bhuvana-mangala, the symbol of everything auspicious for this world.
Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10, Chapter 70, Text 43
Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10, Chapter 70, Text 45