eka bhakta-vyādhera kathā śuna sāvadhāne
yāhā haite haya sat-saṅga-mahimāra jñāne
eka bhakta-vyādhera—one devotee who was a hunter; kathā—narration; śuna—please hear; sāvadhāne—with attention; yāhā haite—from which; haya—there is; sat-saṅga-mahimāra jñāne—knowledge of the greatness of association with a great devotee.
"I shall now narrate the story of how the hunter became a great devotee by the association of such an exalted personality as Nārada Muni. From this story, one can understand the greatness of association with pure devotees.
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