aksaranam a-karo’ smi
dvandvah samasikasya ca
aham evaksayah kalo
A-kara, the first letter of the Sanskrit alphabet, is the beginning of the Vedic literature. Without a-kara, nothing can be sounded; therefore it is the beginning of sound.
Dual compound: In Sanskrit there are also many compound words, of which the dual word, like rama-krsna, is called dvandva. In this compound, the words rama and krsna have the same form, and therefore the compound is called dual.
Inexhaustible time: Among all kinds of killers, time is the ultimate because time kills eveything.
Brahma: Among the living entities who are creators, Brahma, who has four heads, is the chief. Therefore he is a representative of the Supreme Lord.