yah sraddhayaitad bhagavat-priyanam
pandoh sutanam iti samprayanam
srnoty alam svastyayanam pavitram
labdhva harau bhaktim upaiti siddhim
yah—anyone who; sraddhaya—with devotion; etat—this; bhagavat-priyanam—of those who are very dear to the Personality of Godhead; pandoh—of Pandu; sutanam—of the sons; iti—thus; samprayanam—departure for the ultimate goal; srnoti—hears; alam—only; svastyayanam—good fortune; pavitram—perfectly pure; labdhva—by obtaining; harau—unto the Supreme Lord; bhaktim—devotional service; upaiti—gains; siddhim—perfection.
The subject of the departure of the sons of Pandu for the ultimate goal of life, back to Godhead, is fully auspicious and is perfectly pure. Therefore anyone who hears this narration with devotional faith certainly gains the devotional service of the Lord, the highest perfection of life.
Srimad-Bhagavatam is a narration about the Personality of Godhead and the devotees of the Lord like the Pandavas. The narration of the Personality of Godhead and His devotees is absolute in itself, and thus to hear it with a devotional attitude is to associate with the Lord and constant companions of the Lord. By the process of hearing Srimad-Bhagavatam one can attain the highest perfection of life, namely going back home, back to Godhead, without failure.
Thus end the Bhaktivedanta purports of the First Canto, Fifteenth Chapter, of the Srimad-Bhagavatam, entitled "The Pandavas Retire Timely."
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