vidveso dayite putre
katham asin mahatmani
bruhi me bhagavan yena
sri-yudhisthirah uvaca—Maharaja Yudhisthira said; vidvesah—hatred; dayite—for his own beloved; putre—son; katham—how; asit—there was; maha-atmani—the great soul, Prahlada; bruhi—please tell; me—unto me; bhagavan—O exalted sage; yena—by which; prahladasya—of Prahlada Maharaja; acyuta—to Acyuta; atmata—great attachment.
Maharaja Yudhisthira inquired: O my lord, Narada Muni, why was there such enmity between Hiranyakasipu and his beloved son Prahlada Maharaja? How did Prahlada Maharaja become such a great devotee of Lord Krsna? Kindly explain this to me.
All the devotees of Lord Krsna are called acyutatma because they follow in the footsteps of Prahlada Maharaja. Acyuta refers to the infallible Lord Visnu, whose heart is always infallible. Because the devotees are attached to the infallible, they are called acyutatma.
Thus end the Bhaktivedanta purports of the Seventh Canto, First Chapter, of the Srimad-Bhagavatam, entitled “The Supreme Lord Is Equal to Everyone.”
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