śrutim apare smṛtim itare
bhāratam anye bhajantu bhava-bhītāḥ
aham iha nandaṁ vande
yasyālinde paraṁ brahma
śrutim—Vedic literature; apare—someone; smṛtim—corollary to the Vedic literature; itare—others; bhāratam—Mahābhārata; anye—still others; bhajantu—let them worship; bhava-bhītāḥ—those who are afraid of material existence; aham—I; iha—here; nandam—Mahārāja Nanda; vande—worship; yasya—whose; alinde—in the courtyard; param brahma—the Supreme Brahman, Absolute Truth.
Raghupati Upādhyāya recited: "Those who are afraid of material existence worship Vedic literature. Some worship smṛti, the corollaries to Vedic literature, and others worship the Mahābhārata. As far as I am concerned, I worship Mahārāja Nanda, the father of Kṛṣṇa, in whose courtyard the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the Absolute Truth, is playing."
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