vasanti yatra purusah
sarve vaikuntha-murtayah
ye ’nimitta-nimittena
dharmenaradhayan harim
vasanti—they live; yatra—where; purusah—persons; sarve—all; vaikuntha-murtayah—having a four-handed form similar to that of the Supreme Lord, Visnu; ye—those Vaikuntha persons; animitta—without desire for sense gratification; nimittena—caused by; dharmena—by devotional service; aradhayan—continuously worshiping; harim—unto the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
In the Vaikuntha planets all the residents are similar in form to the Supreme Personality of Godhead. They all engage in devotional service to the Lord without desires for sense gratification.
The residents and the form of living in Vaikuntha are described in this verse. The residents are all like the Supreme Personality of Godhead Narayana. In the Vaikuntha planets Krsna’s plenary feature as four-handed Narayana is the predominating Deity, and the residents of Vaikunthaloka are also four-handed, just contrary to our conception here in the material world. Nowhere in the material world do we find a human being with four hands. In Vaikunthaloka there is no occupation but the service of the Lord, and this service is not rendered with a purpose. Although every service has a particular result, the devotees never aspire for the fulfillment of their own desires; their desires are fulfilled by rendering transcendental loving service to the Lord.

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