TEXT 110
akrstih krta-cetasam sumanasam uccatanam camhasam
acandalam amuka-loka-sulabho vasyas ca mukti-sriyah
no diksam na ca sat-kriyam na ca purascaryam manag iksate
mantro 'yam rasana-sprg eva phalati sri-krsna-namatmakah
akrstih—attraction; krta-cetasam—of saintly persons; su-manasam—of the most liberal-minded; uccatanam—annihilator; ca—also; amhasam—of sinful reactions; a-candalam—even to the candalas; amuka—except the dumb; loka-sulabhah—very easy to achieve for all persons; vasyah—full controller; ca—and; mukti-sriyah—of the opulence of liberation; no—not; diksam—initiation; na—not; ca—also; sat-kriyam—pious activities; na—not; ca—also; purascaryam—regulative principles before initiation; manak—slightly; iksate—depends upon; mantrahmantra; ayam—this; rasana—tongue; sprk—touching; eva—simply; phalati—is fruitful; sri-krsna-nama-atmakah—consisting of the holy name of Lord Krsna.
" 'The holy name of Lord Krsna is an attractive feature for many saintly, liberal people. It is the annihilator of all sinful reactions and is so powerful that save for the dumb who cannot chant it, it is readily available to everyone, including the lowest type of man, the candala. The holy name of Krsna is the controller of the opulence of liberation, and it is identical with Krsna. Simply by touching the holy name with one's tongue, immediate effects are produced. Chanting the holy name does not depend on initiation, pious activities or the purascarya regulative principles generally observed before initiation. The holy name does not wait for all these activities. It is self-sufficient.' "
This verse is found in the Padyavali (29) by Srila Rupa Gosvami.

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