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9. From him who perceives all and who knows all, whose brooding (penance) consists of knowledge, from him (the highest Brahman) is born that Brahman[1], name, form[2], and matter (food)."

  1. Hiranyagarbha. Comm.
  2. Nâmarûpam, a very frequent concept in Buddhistic literature.