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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 12.11.32
pṛthag dvādaśabhir gaṇaiḥ
madhu-ādiṣu — beginning with Madhu; dvādaśasu — in the twelve (months); bhagavān — the Supreme Lord; kāla-rūpa — the form of time; dhṛk — assuming; loka-tantrāya — to regulate planetary motion; carati — travels; pṛthak — separately; dvādaśabhiḥ — with twelve; gaṇaiḥ — sets of associates.
The Supreme Personality of Godhead, manifesting His potency of time as the sun-god, travels about in each of the twelve months, beginning with Madhu, to regulate planetary motion within the universe. Traveling with the sun-god in each of the twelve months is a different set of six associates.
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