rahugana uvaca
namo namah karana-vigrahaya
namo ’vadhuta dvija-bandhu-linga-
nigudha-nityanubhavaya tubhyam
rahuganah uvaca—King Rahugana said; namah—my respectful obeisances; namah—obeisances; karana-vigrahaya—to one whose body emanates from the Supreme Person, the cause of all causes; svarupa-tucchikrta-vigrahaya—who has completely removed all the contradictions of the scriptures by manifesting his true self; namah—respectful obeisances; avadhuta—O master of all mystic power; dvija-bandhu-linga—by the characteristics of a person born in a brahmana family but not executing the duties of a brahmana; nigudha—covered; nitya-anubhavaya—to him whose eternal self-realization; tubhyam—to you.
King Rahugana said: O most exalted personality, you are not different from the Supreme Personality of Godhead. By the influence of your true self, all kinds of contradiction in the sastras have been removed. In the dress of a friend of a brahmana, you are hiding your transcendental blissful position. I offer my respectful obeisances unto you.
From the Brahma-samhita we understand the Supreme Personality of Godhead is the cause of all causes (sarva-karana-karanam [Bs. 5.1]). Rsabhadeva was the direct incarnation of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the cause of all causes. His son, Bharata Maharaja, who was now acting as the brahmana Jada Bharata, had received his body from the cause of all causes. Therefore he is addressed as karana-vigrahaya.

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