aklesam kamala-bhuvah pravisya gosthim
kurvantah sruti-sirasam srutim srutajnah
uttungam yadu-pura-sangamaya rangam
yogindrah pulaka-bhrto navapy avapuh
aklesam—without material trouble; kamala-bhuvah—of Lord Brahma, who took his birth from the lotus flower; pravisya—entering; gosthim—the association; kurvantah—continuously performing; sruti-sirasam—of the topmost Vedic knowledge; srutim—hearing; sruta-jnah—who are expert in Vedic knowledge; uttungam—very high; yadu-pura-sangamaya—for going back home, back to Godhead, to Dvaraka; rangam—to Ranga-ksetra; yogindrah—great saintly persons; pulaka-bhrtah—being spiritually pleased; nava—nine; api—although; avapuh—achieved.
" 'The nine Yogendras entered Lord Brahma's association and heard from him the real meaning of the topmost Vedic literatures-the Upanisads. Although they were already conversant in Vedic knowledge, they became very jubilant in Krsna consciousness just by listening to Brahma. Thus they wanted to enter Dvaraka, the abode of Lord Krsna. In this way they finally achieved the place known as Ranga-ksetra.'
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