The Purusha Sukta is unique in that it contains all the four parts in one Sukta,
Purusha Sukta appears in the Rig Veda 10.90 verses.
सहस्रशीर्षा पुरुषः सहस्राक्षः सहस्रपात् । स भूमिं विश्वतो वृत्वात्यतिष्ठद्दशाङुलम् ॥१॥ Sahasra-Shiirssaa Purussah Sahasra-Akssah Sahasra-Paat | Sa Bhuumim Vishvato Vrtva-Atya[i]-Tisstthad-Dasha-Angulam ||1||
Meaning: 1.1: The Purusha (The Universal Being) has Thousand Heads, Thousand Eyes and Thousand Feet (Thousand signifies innumerable which points to the omnipresence of the Universal Being), 1.2: He envelops the World from all sides (i.e. He pervades each part of the Creation), and extends beyond in the TenDirections ( represented by Ten Fingers ).
Sahsra Seersha-has over 1000 heads-In Sanskrit , innumerable is often called as ‘Sahasra’ or Thousand.
Aksha-has 100 eyes(Aksha-eyes)
Sahasrabath-has over 1000 feet.
Vruthvaa-Spread and immanent,
Dasa Angulam-Stands at 10 Inches.
Angulam means ‘by a measurement of two fingers’
“The fact that the unit of angulam of 1.763 cm could match very well the dimensions of historical monuments establishes the continuity of India’s engineering tradition through the ages for as long as 3,900 years’
In Hindu Theology the personal God Iswara who resides in the heart measures one inch .
In Hinduism, the Psychological heart is said to be on the Right side of the Chest as against the left side for the Physical heart.
In this verse, the external manifestation of the Universal Principle , as can be grasped by the Human mind, is expressed,just as camera film records the size, not in real-time.