kimva'dhrti'-sabde nija-purnatadi-jnana kaya
duhkhabhave uttama-praptye maha-purna haya
kimva—or; dhrti—dhrti; sabde—by this word; nija—own; purnata-adi—perfection and so on; jnana—knowledge; kaya—says; duhkha-abhave—in the absence of all material miseries; uttama—the best; praptye—by obtaining; maha-purna haya—becomes perfectly perfect.
"The word dhrti is also used when one is fully perfect in knowledge. When due to having obtained the lotus feet of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, he has no material miseries, he attains maha-purna, the highest level of perfection.
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