Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam 1.4.14

November 3rd, 2020 | Posted by ww-seva2 in class | lecture

Sūta Gosvāmī said: When the second millennium overlapped the third, the great sage [Vyāsadeva] was born to Parāśara in the womb of Satyavatī, the daughter of Vasu.Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam 1.4.14

sūta uvāca
dvāpare samanuprāpte
tṛtīye yuga-paryaye
jātaḥ parāśarād yogī
vāsavyāṁ kalayā hareḥ

sūtaḥ — Sūta Gosvāmī; uvāca — said; dvāpare — in the second millennium; samanuprāpte — on the advent of; tṛtīye — third; yuga — millennium; paryaye — in the place of; jātaḥ — was begotten; parāśarāt — by Parāśara; yogī — the great sage; vāsavyām — in the womb of the daughter of Vasu; kalayā — in the plenary portion; hareḥ — of the Personality of Godhead.

There is a chronological order of the four millenniums, namely Satya, Dvāpara, Tretā and Kali. But sometimes there is overlapping. During the regime of Vaivasvata Manu, there was an overlapping of the twenty-eighth round of the four millenniums, and the third millennium appeared prior to the second. In that particular millennium, Lord Śrī Kṛṣṇa also descends, and because of this there was some particular alteration. The mother of the great sage was Satyavatī, the daughter of the Vasu (fisherman), and the father was the great Parāśara Muni. That is the history of Vyāsadeva’s birth. Every millennium is divided into three periods, and each period is called a sandhyā. Vyāsadeva appeared in the third sandhyā of that particular age.

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