इन्धो ह वै नामैष योऽयं दक्शिणेऽक्शन्पुरुषः; तं वा एतमिन्धं सन्तमिन्द्र इत्याचक्शते परोक्शेणैव; परोक्शेणैव; परोक्शप्रिया इव हि देवाः प्रत्यक्शद्विषः ॥ २ ॥
indho ha vai nāmaiṣa yo’yaṃ dakśiṇe’kśanpuruṣaḥ; taṃ vā etamindhaṃ santamindra ityācakśate parokśeṇaiva; parokśeṇaiva; parokśapriyā iva hi devāḥ pratyakśadviṣaḥ ॥ 2 ॥
This being who is specially located in the right eye—the being in the sun who has been described before in the dictum, ‘The eye is Brahman’ (IV. i. 4), and is called Satya—is named Indha. This being, on account of his resplendence, has an obvious name, Indha. Though he is Indha. he is indirectly called Indra, for the gods have a fondness, as it were, for indirect names, and hate to be called directly. Thus you have attained the self called Vaiśvānara.