yad yad vidhatte bhagavan
tani me sraddadhanasya
kirtanyany anukirtaya
yat yat—whatever; vidhatte—He performs; bhagavan—the personality of Godhead; sva-chanda-atma—full of self-desire; atma-mayaya—by His internal potency; tani—all of them; me—to me; sraddadhanasya—faithful; kirtanyani—worthy of praise; anukirtaya—please describe.
Therefore please precisely describe all the activities and pastimes of the Personality of Godhead, who is full of self-desire and who assumes all these activities by His internal potency.
The word anukirtaya is very significant. Anukirtaya means to follow the description—not to create a concocted mental description, but to follow. Saunaka Rsi requested Suta Gosvami to describe what he had actually heard from his spiritual master, Sukadeva Gosvami, about the transcendental pastimes the Lord manifested by His internal energy. Bhagavan, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, has no material body, but He can assume any kind of body by His supreme will. That is made possible by His internal energy.

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