Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 08, Chapter 20, Text 25-29


SB 8.20.25-29

hrdy anga dharmam stanayor murarer
 rtam ca satyam ca manasy athendum
sriyam ca vaksasy aravinda-hastam
 kanthe ca samani samasta-rephan
indra-pradhanan amaran bhujesu
 tat-karnayoh kakubho dyaus ca murdhni
kesesu meghañ chvasanam nasikayam
 aksnos ca suryam vadane ca vahnim
vanyam ca chandamsi rase jalesam
 bhruvor nisedham ca vidhim ca paksmasu
ahas ca ratrim ca parasya pumso
 manyum lalate ’dhara eva lobham
sparse ca kamam nrpa retasambhah
 prsthe tv adharmam kramanesu yajñam
chayasu mrtyum hasite ca mayam
 tanu-ruhesv osadhi-jatayas ca
nadis ca nadisu sila nakhesu
 buddhav ajam deva-ganan rsims ca
pranesu gatre sthira-jangamani
 sarvani bhutani dadarsa virah
Translation by His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada: 
My dear King, on the heart of Lord Murari he saw religion; on the chest, both pleasing words and truthfulness; in the mind, the moon; on the bosom, the goddess of fortune, with a lotus flower in her hand; on the neck, all the Vedas and all sound vibrations; on the arms, all the demigods, headed by King Indra; in both ears, all the directions; on the head, the upper planetary systems; on the hair, the clouds; in the nostrils, the wind; on the eyes, the sun; and in the mouth, fire. From His words came all the Vedic mantras, on His tongue was the demigod of water, Varunadeva, on His eyebrows were the regulative principles, and on His eyelids were day and night. [When His eyes were open it was daytime, and when they were closed it was night.] On His forehead was anger, and on His lips was greed. O King, in His touch were lusty desires, in His semen were all the waters, on His back was irreligion, and in His wonderful activities or steps was the fire of sacrifice. On His shadow was death, in His smile was the illusory energy, and on the hairs of His body were all the drugs and herbs. In His veins were all the rivers, on His nails were all the stones, in His intelligence were Lord Brahma, the demigods and the great saintly persons, and throughout His entire body and senses were all living entities, moving and stationary. Bali Maharaja thus saw everything in the gigantic body of the Lord.
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