tad-bhaktesu ca sadhusu
prapto bhavam param visvam
yenedam lostravat smrtam
vasudeve—unto the all-pervading Supreme Personality; bhagavati—unto the Supreme Personality of Godhead; tat-bhaktesu—unto His devotees; ca—also; sadhusu—unto the saintly persons; praptah—one who has achieved; bhavam—reverence and devotion; param—transcendental; visvam—the whole material universe; yena—by which (spiritual consciousness); idam—this; lostra-vat—as insignificant as a piece of stone; smrtam—is accepted (by such devotees).
Maharaja Ambarisa was a great devotee of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Vasudeva, and of the saintly persons who are the Lord’s devotees. Because of this devotion, he thought of the entire universe as being as insignificant as a piece of stone.
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