Chapter-4. ( The Hamsa-guhya Prayers )
Slokam : 22.
ashtaushid dhamsa-guhyena bhagavantam adhokshajam,
tubhyam tad abhidhasyami kasyatushyad yatha harih.
hamsa-guhyena = by the celebrated prayers known as Haṁsa-guhya;
bhagavantam = the Supreme Personality of Godhead;
adhokshajam = who is beyond the reach of the senses;
tubhyam = unto you;
tat = that;
abhidhashyami = I shall explain;
kasya = with Daksha, the prajapati;
atusyat = was satisfied;
yatha = how;
harih = the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
My dear King, I shall fully explain to you the Hamsa-guhya prayers, which were offered to the Supreme Personality of Godhead by Daksha, and I shall explain how the Lord was pleased with him for those prayers.
It is to be understood that the Haṁsa-guhya prayers were not composed by Daksha, but were existing in the Vedic literature.
To be continued ....