TEXT 282
ei ta' kahilun tomaya vyadhera akhyana
ya sunile haya sadhu-sanga-prabhava-jnana
SYNONYMS
ei ta' kahilun—thus I have narrated; tomaya—unto you; vyadhera akhyana—the story of the hunter; ya sunile—hearing which; haya—there is; sadhu-sanga—of the association of devotees; prabhava—of the influence; jnana—knowledge.
TRANSLATION
"So far I have narrated the incident of the hunter. By hearing this narration, one can understand the influence derived by associating with devotees.
PURPORT
Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu wanted to stress that even a hunter, the lowest of men, could become a topmost Vaisnava simply by associating with Narada Muni or a devotee in his bona fide disciplic succession.

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