namo namah klesa-vinasanaya
sarvaksa-margair agatadhvane namah
pracetasah ucuh—the Pracetas said; namah—obeisances; namah—obeisances; klesa—material distress; vinasanaya—unto one who destroys; nirupita—settled; udara—magnanimous; guna—qualities; ahvayaya—whose name; manah—of the mind; vacah—of speech; vega—the speed; purah—before; javaya—whose speed; sarva-aksa—of all material senses; margaih—by the paths; agata—not perceivable; adhvane—whose course; namah—we offer our respects.
The Pracetas spoke as follows: Dear Lord, You relieve all kinds of material distress. Your magnanimous transcendental qualities and holy name are all-auspicious. This conclusion is already settled. You can go faster than the speed of mind and words. You cannot be perceived by material senses. We therefore offer You respectful obeisances again and again.
The word nirupita, meaning “concluded,” is very significant in this verse. No one has to conduct research work to find God or make progress in spiritual knowledge. Everything is conclusively there in the Vedas. Therefore the Lord says in Bhagavad-gita (15.15), vedais ca sarvair aham eva vedyah: understanding the Supreme Personality of Godhead through the process of the Vedas is perfect and conclusive. The Vedas state, atah sri-krsna-namadi na bhaved grahyam indriyaih: [BRS.
“No one can understand the transcendental nature of the name, form, quality and pastimes of Sri Krsna through his materially contaminated senses. Only when one becomes spiritually saturated by transcendental service to the Lord are the transcendental name, form, quality and pastimes of the Lord revealed to him.” (Bhakti-rasamrta-sindhu 1.2.234)
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