e-vanyaya ye na bhase, sei jiva chara
koti-kalpe kabhu tara nahika nistara
e-vanyaya—in this inundation; ye—anyone who; na bhase—does not float; sei—that; jiva—living entity; chara—most condemned; koti-kalpe—in millions of kalpas; kabhu—at any time; tara—his; nahika—there is not; nistara—deliverance.
"Anyone who does not float in this inundation is most condemned. Such a person cannot be delivered for millions of kalpas.
The kalpa is explained in Bhagavad-gita. Sahasra-yuga-paryantam ahar yad brahmano viduh. One day of Brahma is called a kalpa. A yuga, or maha-yuga, consists of 4,320,000 years, and one thousand such maha-yugas constitute one kalpa. The author of Sri Caitanya-caritamrta says that if one does not take advantage of the Krsna consciousness movement of Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu, he cannot be delivered for millions of such kalpas.
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