Shrimad Bhagavatam is a Mahapurana written by Sage Veda Vyasa. In these classes, the text is studied verse by verse based on Shridhari tika.
Brhm. Surya Narayana
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The next two aspects are represented by the sun and the moon.
When, as an individual, I look at this world, what stands out in the sky are the sun and moon.
The moon represents all planets other than earth, and the sun represents allluminous bodies.
The eighth aspect is me, the jīva—the one who is looking at the world.
These eight aspects are to be understood as one whole. This is the Lord.
Empty space is enclosed in the ḍamaru, enabling it to issue sound, or śabda.
In his left hand, you will see a torch, which represents agni, fire.
Pṛthivī, the earth, is represented by the whole idol.
The sun and moon are also shown in this form of the Lord.
The other three fingers represent your body, deha, mind, antaḥkaraņa and sense organs, prāņa.