The is is the english translation of the Sanatkumara Samhita. Sanatkumara in Sanskrit means “eternal youth”. Sage Sanatkumara was one of the Four Kumaras, the four Manasputras (mind-born-sons) or spiritual sons of Brahma. Sanatkumara is also the author of the Sanatkumara Samhita, which is part of the Shiva Purana, and has 59 chapters. Alternative ...
Sanskrit text and Unicode transliteration:
श्री-नारद उवाच इ> <इ>देव-देव महा-देव सर्व-ज्ञ जगद्-ईश्वर
भगवद्-धर्म-तत्त्व-ज्ञ कृष्ण-मन्त्र-विदां वर
śrī-nārada uvāca deva-deva mahā-deva sarva-jña jagad-īśvara
bhagavad-dharma-tattva-jña kṛṣṇa-mantra-vidāṃ vara
Word-for-word Sanskrit-English equivalents:
śrī-nārada uvāca—Śrī Nārada said; deva-deva—O master of the demigods; mahā-deva—O great Lord; sarva-jña—O all-knowing one; jagad-īśvara—O master of the universe; bhagavad-dharma- tattva-jña—wise in the truth of understanding the Supreme Personality of Godhead; kṛṣṇa-mantra—of the mantras of Lord Kṛṣṇa; vidām—of they who know; vara—O best.
English translation of verse:
Śrī Nārada said: O master of the demigods, O great Lord, O all-knowing one, O master of the universe, O sage wise in the science of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, O best of they who know the mantras glorifying Lord Kṛṣṇa, . . .