parthams tu devo bhagavan mukundo
aste sva-puryam yadu-deva-devo
parthan—the sons of Prtha (Kunti); tu—but; devah—the Lord; bhagavan—the Personality of Godhead; mukundah—Sri Krsna, who awards liberation; grhitavan—has taken up; sa—with; ksiti-deva-devah—the brahmanas and the demigods; aste—is present; sva-puryam—along with His family; yadu-deva-devah—worshiped by the royal order of the Yadu dynasty; vinirjita—who have been conquered; asesa—unlimited; nrdeva—kings; devah—Lord.
Lord Krsna, the Personality of Godhead, has accepted the sons of Prtha as His kinsmen, and all the kings of the world are with Lord Sri Krsna. He is present in His home with all His family members, the kings and princes of the Yadu dynasty, who have conquered an unlimited number of rulers, and He is their Lord.
Vidura gave Dhrtarastra very good counsel regarding political alliance with the sons of Prtha, the Pandavas. The first thing he said was that Lord Krsna was intimately related with them as their cousin. Because Lord Krsna is the Supreme Personality of Godhead, He is worshipable by all brahmanas and demigods, who are the controllers of the universal affairs. Besides that, Lord Krsna and His family members, the royal order of the Yadu dynasty, were the conquerors of all kings of the world.
The ksatriyas used to fight the kings of various dominions and kidnap their beautiful princess-daughters, after conquering their relatives. This system was laudable because the ksatriyas and the princesses would be married only on the basis of the chivalry of the conquering ksatriya. All the young princes of the Yadu dynasty married the daughters of other kings in this way, by chivalrous force, and thus they were conquerors of all the kings of the world. Vidura wanted to impress upon his elder brother that fighting with the Pandavas was fraught with many dangers because they were supported by Lord Krsna, who had conquered, even in His childhood, demons like Kamsa and Jarasandha and demigods like Brahma and Indra. Therefore all universal power was behind the Pandavas.
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