sri-visnoh sravane pariksid abhavad vaiyasakih kirtane
prahladah smarane tad-anghri-bhajane laksmih prthuh pujane
akruras tv abhivandane kapi-patir dasye 'tha sakhye 'rjunah
sarvasvatma-nivedane balir abhut krsnaptir esam para
sri-visnoh—of Lord Sri Visnu; sravane—in hearing; pariksit—King Pariksit, known also as Visnurata, or one who is protected by Lord Visnu; abhavat—was; vaiyasakih—Sukadeva Gosvami; kirtane—in reciting Srimad-Bhagavatam; prahladah—Maharaja Prahlada; smarane—in remembering; tat-anghri—of Lord Visnu's lotus feet; bhajane—in serving; laksmih—the goddess of fortune; prthuh—Maharaja Prthu; pujane—in worshiping the Deity of the Lord; akrurah—Akrura; tu—but; abhivandane—in offering prayers; kapi-patih—Hanumanji, or Vajrangaji; dasye—in servitude to Lord Ramacandra; atha—moreover; sakhye—in friendship; arjunah—Arjuna; sarvasva-atma-nivedane—in fully dedicating oneself; balih—Maharaja Bali; abhut—was; krsna-aptih—the achievement of the lotus feet of Lord Krsna; esam—of all of them; para—transcendental.
" 'Maharaja Pariksit attained the highest perfection, shelter at Lord Krsna's lotus feet, simply by hearing about Lord Visnu. Sukadeva Gosvami attained perfection simply by reciting Srimad-Bhagavatam. Prahlada Maharaja attained perfection by remembering the Lord. The goddess of fortune attained perfection by massaging the transcendental legs of Maha-Visnu. Maharaja Prthu attained perfection by worshiping the Deity, and Akrura attained perfection by offering prayers unto the Lord. Vajrangaji [Hanuman] attained perfection by rendering service to Lord Ramacandra, and Arjuna attained perfection simply by being Krsna's friend. Bali Maharaja attained perfection by dedicating everything to the lotus feet of Krsna.'
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