yasmin mahad-guna rajan
grhyante kavibhir muhuh
na te ’dhuna pidhiyante
yatha bhagavatisvare
yasmin—in whom; mahat-gunah—exalted transcendental qualities; rajan—O King; grhyante—are glorified; kavibhih—by persons who are thoughtful and advanced in knowledge; muhuh—always; na—not; te—these; adhuna—today; pidhiyante—are obscured; yatha—just as; bhagavati—in the Supreme Personality of Godhead; isvare—the supreme controller.
O King, Prahlada Maharaja’s good qualities are still glorified by learned saints and Vaisnavas. As all good qualities are always found existing in the Supreme Personality of Godhead, they also exist forever in His devotee Prahlada Maharaja.
From authoritative scripture it is learned that Prahlada Maharaja still lives in Vaikunthaloka as well as within this material world on the planet Sutala. This transcendental quality of existing simultaneously in different places is another qualification of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Goloka eva nivasaty akhilatma-bhutah: [Bs. 5.37] the Lord appears in the core of everyone’s heart, yet He exists on His own planet, Goloka Vrndavana. A devotee acquires qualities almost the same as those of the Lord because of unalloyed devotional service. Ordinary living beings cannot be so qualified, but a devotee can be qualified like the Supreme Personality of Godhead, not in full but partially.

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