prahrado ’pi tatha cakre
pitur yat samparayikam
yathaha bhagavan rajann
sri-naradah uvaca—Narada Muni said; prahradah—Prahlada Maharaja; api—also; tatha—in that way; cakre—executed; pituh—of his father; yat—whatever; samparayikam—ritualistic ceremonies performed after death; yatha—even as; aha—order; bhagavan—the Supreme Personality of Godhead; rajan—O King Yudhisthira; abhisiktah—he was enthroned in the kingdom; dvi-jatibhih—by the brahmanas present.
Sri Narada Muni continued: Thus, as the Supreme Personality of Godhead ordered, Prahlada Maharaja performed the ritualistic ceremonies for his father. O King Yudhisthira, he was then enthroned in the kingdom of Hiranyakasipu, as directed by the brahmanas.
It is essential that society be divided into four groups of men—brahmanas, ksatriyas, vaisyas and sudras. Here we see that although Prahlada was perfect in every respect, he nonetheless followed the instructions of the brahmanas who performed the Vedic rituals. Therefore in society there must be a very intelligent class of leaders who are well versed in the Vedic knowledge so that they can guide the entire populace to follow the Vedic principles and thus gradually become most perfect and eligible to return home, back to Godhead.
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