etad veditum icchami
tattvam tattva-vidam vara
etat—this; veditum—to understand; icchami—I wish; tattvam—truth; tattva-vidam—of those who are well versed in the Absolute Truth; vara—O best; hareh—of the Lord; adbhuta-viryasya—of the one who possesses wonderful potencies; kathah—narrations; loka—for all planets; su-mangalah—auspicious.
The King said: I wish to know. Narrations concerning the Lord, who possesses wonderful potencies, are certainly auspicious for living beings in all planets.
Srimad-Bhagavatam, which is full of narrations of the activities of the Supreme Lord, is auspicious for all living beings residing in every planet. One who takes it as belonging to a particular sect is certainly mistaken. Srimad-Bhagavatam is certainly a very dear scripture for all the devotees of the Lord, but it is auspicious even for the nondevotees also because it explains that even the nondevotees hovering under the spell of material energy can be delivered from such clutches if they hear the narration of the Srimad-Bhagavatam with devotion and attention from the right source representing the Lord by disciplic succession.
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