ei chaya ātmārāma kṛṣṇere bhajaya
pṛthak pṛthak ca-kāre ihā 'api'ra artha kaya
ei chaya—all these six; ātmārāma—transcendentalists; kṛṣṇere bhajaya—render service to Kṛṣṇa; pṛthak pṛthak—separately; ca-kāre—in the use of the word ca; ihā—here; 'api'ra—of the word api; artha—meaning; kaya—says.
"These six kinds of ātmārāmas engage in the loving service of Kṛṣṇa. The varieties of service are indicated by adding ca, and they also bear the meaning of api, 'indeed.'
There are six kinds of ātmārāmas: the neophyte (sādhaka) student who is absorbed in Brahman realization (brahmamaya), one who has already attained the Brahman position (prāpta-brahma-laya), one who desires to be liberated (mumukṣu), one who is liberated even in this life (jīvan-mukta), and one who is self-realized (prāpta-svarūpa).
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