dharmah projjhita-kaitavo 'tra paramo nirmatsaranam satam
vedyam vastavam atra vastu sivadam tapa-trayonmulanam
srimad-bhagavate mahamuni-krte kim va parair isvarah
sadyo hrdy avarudhyate 'tra krtibhih susrusubhis tat-ksanat
dharmah—religiosity; projjhita—completely rejected; kaitavah—in which there is fruitive intention; atra—herein; paramah—the highest; nirmatsaranam—of the one hundred percent pure in heart; satam—devotees; vedyam—to be understood; vastavam—factual; atra—herein; vastu—substance; siva-dam—giving well-being; tapa-traya—of the threefold miseries; unmulanam—causing uprooting; srimat—beautiful; bhagavate—in the Bhagavata Purana; maha-muni—by the great sage (Vyasadeva); krte—compiled; kim—what; va—indeed; paraih—with others; isvarah—the Supreme Lord; sadyah—at once; hrdi—within the heart; avarudhyate—becomes confined; atra—herein; krtibhih—by pious men; susrusubhih—desiring to hear; tat-ksanat—without delay.
" 'Completely rejecting all religious activities which are materially motivated, this Bhagavata Purana propounds the highest truth, which is understandable by those devotees who are pure in heart. The highest truth is reality distinguished from illusion for the welfare of all. Such truth uproots the threefold miseries. This beautiful Bhagavatam, compiled by the great sage Sri Vyasadeva, is sufficient in itself for God realization. As soon as one attentively and submissively hears the message of Bhagavatam, he becomes attached to the Supreme Lord.'
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