rajna pariksita prsto
yad avocan maha-munih
tad vo 'bhidhasye srnuta
sutah uvaca—Sri Suta Gosvami replied; rajna—by the King; pariksita—by Pariksit; prstah—as asked; yat—what; avocat—spoke; maha-munih—the great sage; tat—that very thing; vah—unto you; abhidhasye—I shall explain; srnuta—please hear; rajnah—by the King; prasna—question; anusaratah—in accordance with.
Sri Suta Gosvami explained: I shall now explain to you the very subjects explained by the great sage in answer to King Pariksit's inquiries. Please hear them attentively.
Any question that is put forward may be answered by quoting the authority, and that satisfies the saner section. That is the system even in the law court. The best lawyer gives evidence from the past judgment of the court without taking much trouble to establish his case. This is called the parampara system, and learned authorities follow it without manufacturing rubbish interpretations.
Let us all obey the Supreme Lord, whose hand is in everything, without exception.
Thus end the Bhaktivedanta purports of the Second Canto, Tenth Chapter, of the Srimad-Bhagavatam, entitled "Bhagavatam Is the Answer to All Questions."
END OF THE SECOND CANTO
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