varāhā nara-siṃhāś ca
vāmanāś ca tri-locanāḥ
varāhāḥ—hogs; nara-siṃhāḥ—man-lions; ca—and; vāmanāḥ—dwarfs; ca—and; tri-locanāḥ—three-eyed; catuḥ-mukhāḥ—four-faced; sahasra-akṣāḥ—thousand-eyed; mahā-puruṣa—of Lord Mahāpuruṣa; vigrahāḥ— bodies.
143. Some have become hogs, man-lions, or dwarfs, and some have three eyes, four arms—or thousands of eyes like the Mahāpuruṣa.
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