Sāṃkhya Kārikā verse 21

puruṣasya darśana-arthaṃ kaivalya-arthaṃ tathā pradhānasya |
paṅgu-andha-vat-ubhayoḥ api saṃyogaḥ tat-kṛtaḥ sargaḥ ||

puruṣa - animating principle, self, consciousness, spirit; a person, man, a human being; peopledarśana - view, doctrine, philosophical system; seeing, observing, looking, noticing, observation, perception; exhibiting, teaching; inspection, examinationartha - purpose, aim; sense, meaning, notion; thing, objectkaivalya - independence, freedom, emancipation, solitude, isolation, aloneness, separateness, abstraction, not connected with anything else; uncompounded, unmingledtathā - so, like, after that manner.pradhāna - the principal or first, chief, head of, prime, major; the most important or essential part; unevolved or root of matter, original source; the creative principle of naturepaṅgu - of those elements of the body which are themselves without motion; lame, halt, crippled in the legsandha - blind; dark; turbid water, watervat - an affix added to words to imply likeness or resemblance, and generally translatable by ‘as’, ‘like’ubhaya - bothapi - even, also, although; very; something more; moreoversaṃyoga - conjunctiontat - that, thiskṛta - done; made; accomplished; performedsarga - emission or creation of matter, primary creation, creation of the world; a created being, creature; letting go, discharging, voiding