utaho te svato ’bhavat
buddhi-bhedah—pollution of the intelligence; para-krtah—done by the enemies; utaho—or; te—of you; svatah—by yourself; abhavat—was; bhanyatam—let it be told; srotu-kamanam—to us, who are very eager to hear about it; gurunam—all your teachers; kula-nandana—O best of your family.
O best of your family, has this pollution of your intelligence been brought about by you or by the enemies? We are all your teachers and are very eager to hear about this. Please tell us the truth.
Prahlada Maharaja’s teachers were astonished that a small boy could speak such exalted Vaisnava philosophy. Therefore they inquired about the Vaisnavas who stealthily taught it to him, in order that these Vaisnavas might be arrested and killed in the presence of Prahlada’s father, Hiranyakasipu.
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