kakudmÄ« revatÄ«á¹ kanyÄá¹
svÄm ÄdÄya vibhuá¹ gataá¸¥
putryÄ varaá¹ paripraá¹£á¹uá¹
kakudmÄ« - King KakudmÄ«; revatÄ«m - named RevatÄ«; kanyÄm - the daughter of KakudmÄ«; svÄm - his own; ÄdÄya - taking; vibhum - before Lord BrahmÄ; gataá¸¥ - he went; putryÄá¸¥ - of his daughter; varam - a husband; paripraá¹£á¹um - to inquire about; brahmalokam - Brahmaloka; apÄvá¹tam - transcendental to the three qualities.
It appears that Brahmaloka, the abode of Lord BrahmÄ, is also transcendental, above the three modes of material nature (apÄvá¹tam).