|Canto 9: Liberation||Chapter 3: The Marriage of Sukanyā and Cyavana Muni|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 9.3.29
kakudmī revatīḿ kanyāḿ
svām ādāya vibhuḿ gataḥ
putryā varaḿ paripraṣṭuḿ
kakudmī — King Kakudmī; revatīm — named Revatī; kanyām — the daughter of Kakudmī; svām — his own; ādāya — taking; vibhum — before Lord Brahmā; gataḥ — he went; putryāḥ — of his daughter; varam — a husband; paripraṣṭum — to inquire about; brahmalokam — Brahmaloka; apāvṛtam — transcendental to the three qualities.
Taking his own daughter, Revatī, Kakudmī went to Lord Brahmā in Brahmaloka, which is transcendental to the three modes of material nature, and inquired about a husband for her.
It appears that Brahmaloka, the abode of Lord Brahmā, is also transcendental, above the three modes of material nature (apāvṛtam).
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