setubandha paryanta kaila bhaktira pracara
krsna-prema diya kaila sabara nistara
setubandha—the place where Lord Ramacandra constructed His bridge; paryanta—up to that place; kaila—did; bhaktira—of the cult of devotional service; pracara—broadcast; krsna-prema—love of Krsna; diya—delivering; kaila—did; sabara—everyone; nistara—deliverance.
Thus the Lord went to the southernmost tip of the Indian peninsula, known as Setubandha [Cape Comorin]. Everywhere He distributed the bhakti cult and love of Krsna, and in this way He delivered everyone.
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