krsnera vigraha yei satya nahi mane
yei ninda-yuddhadika kare tanra sane
sei duira danda haya--'brahma-sayujya-mukti'
tara mukti phala nahe, yei kare bhakti
krsnera—of Lord Sri Krsna; vigraha—the transcendental form; yei—anyone who; satya—as truth; nahi—not; mane—accepts; yei—anyone who; ninda—blaspheming; yuddha-adika—fighting and so forth; kare—does; tanra sane—with Him, Sri Krsna; sei—these; duira—of the two; danda haya—there is punishment; brahma-sayujya-mukti—merging into the Brahman effulgence; tara—of him; mukti—such liberation; phala—the result; nahe—not; yei—who; kare—executes; bhakti—devotional service.
The Bhattacarya continued, "The impersonalists, who do not accept the transcendental form of Lord Sri Krsna, and the demons, who are always engaged in blaspheming and fighting with Him, are punished by being merged into the Brahman effulgence. But that does not happen to the person engaged in the devotional service of the Lord.
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