bhaved bhaktir bhagavati
yaya syat klesa-sanksayah
srutva—by hearing; etat—this; sraddhaya—with faith; abhiksnam—repeatedly; acyuta—to the Supreme Personality of Godhead; priya—dear; cestitam—activities; bhavet—develops; bhaktih—devotion; bhagavati—unto the Supreme Personality of Godhead; yaya—by which; syat—must be; klesa—of miseries; sanksayah—complete diminution.
Anyone who hears the narration of Dhruva Maharaja, and who repeatedly tries with faith and devotion to understand his pure character, attains the pure devotional platform and executes pure devotional service. By such activities one can diminish the threefold miserable conditions of material life.
Here the word acyuta-priya is very significant. Dhruva Maharaja’s character and reputation are great because he is very dear to Acyuta, the Supreme Personality of Godhead. As the pastimes and activities of the Supreme Lord are pleasing to hear, hearing about His devotees, who are very dear to the Supreme Person, is also pleasing and potent. If one simply reads over and over again about Dhruva Maharaja by hearing and reading this chapter, one can attain the highest perfection of life in any way he desires; most importantly, he gets the chance to become a great devotee. To become a great devotee means to finish all miserable conditions of materialistic life.
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