sri-krsna krsna-sakha vrsny-rsabhavani-dhrug-
govinda go-dvija-surarti-haravatara
yogesvarakhila-guro bhagavan namas te
sri-krsna—O Sri Krsna; krsna-sakha—O friend of Arjuna; vrsni—of descendants of Vrsni; rsabha—O chief; avani—the earth; dhruk—rebellious; rajanya-vamsa—dynasties of the kings; dahana—O annihilator; anapavarga—without deterioration of; virya—prowess; govinda—O proprietor of Golokadhama; go—of the cows; dvija—the brahmanas; sura—the demigods; arti-hara—to relieve distress; avatara—O Lord who descends; yoga-isvara—O master of all mystic powers; akhila—universal; guro—O preceptor; bhagavan—O possessor of all opulences; namah te—respectful obeisances unto You.
O Krsna, O friend of Arjuna, O chief amongst the descendants of Vrsni, You are the destroyer of those political parties which are disturbing elements on this earth. Your prowess never deteriorates. You are the proprietor of the transcendental abode, and You descend to relieve the distresses of the cows, the brahmanas and the devotees. You possess all mystic powers, and You are the preceptor of the entire universe. You are the almighty God, and I offer You my respectful obeisances.
A summary of the Supreme Lord Sri Krsna is made herein by Srimati Kuntidevi. The almighty Lord has His eternal transcendental abode where He is engaged in keeping surabhi cows. He is served by hundreds and thousands of goddesses of fortune. He descends on the material world to reclaim His devotees and to annihilate the disturbing elements in groups of political parties and kings who are supposed to be in charge of administration work. He creates, maintains and annihilates by His unlimited energies, and still He is always full with prowess and does not deteriorate in potency. The cows, the brahmanas and the devotees of the Lord are all objects of His special attention because they are very important factors for the general welfare of living beings.

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