vraja-lokera bhave yei karaye bhajana
sei jana paya vraje vrajendra-nandana
vraja-lokera—of the inhabitants of Vrajabhumi; bhave—in the ecstasy; yei—anyone who; karaye—does; bhajana—worship; sei jana—that person; paya—attains; vraje—in Vraja; vrajendra-nandana—Lord Krsna, the son of Maharaja Nanda.
"One who worships the Lord by following in the footsteps of the inhabitants of Vrajabhumi attains Him in the transcendental planet of Vraja, where He is known as the son of Maharaja Nanda."
The inhabitants of Vrajabhumi, or Goloka Vrndavana, know Krsna as the son of Maharaja Nanda. They do not accept Him as the Supreme Personality of Godhead, as people in general do. The Lord is the supreme maintainer of everyone and the chief personality among all personalities. In Vrajabhumi Krsna is certainly the central point of love, but no one knows Him there as the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Rather, a person may know Him as a friend, son, lover or master. In any case, the center is Krsna. The inhabitants of Vrajabhumi are related to the Lord in servitude, friendship, parental love and conjugal love. A person engaged in devotional service may accept any one of these transcendental relationships, which are known as mellows. When such a person reaches the perfectional stage, he returns home, back to Krsna, in his pure spiritual identity.
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