kah panditas tvad-aparam saranam samiyad
bhakta-priyad rta-girah suhrdah krtajnat
sarvan dadati suhrdo bhajato 'bhikaman
atmanam apy upacayapacayau na yasya
kah—what; panditah—learned man; tvat-aparam—other than Your Lordship; saranam—shelter; samiyat—would take; bhakta-priyat—who are affectionate to Your devotees; rta-girah—who are truthful to the devotees; suhrdah—who are the friend of the devotees; krta-jnat—who are grateful to the devotees; sarvan—all; dadati—gives; suhrdah—to Your well-wishers; bhajatah—who worship You by devotional service; abhikaman—desires; atmanam—Yourself; api—even; upacaya—increase; apacayau—and diminution; na—not; yasya—of whom.
" 'My dear Lord, You are very affectionate to Your devotees. You are also a truthful and grateful friend. Where is that learned man who would give You up and surrender to someone else? You fulfill all the desires of Your devotees, so much so that sometimes You even give Yourself to them. Still, You neither increase nor decrease by such activity.'
This is a verse from Srimad-Bhagavatam (10.48.26).
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