etan muhuh kirtayato ’nusrnvato
na risyate jatu samudyamah kvacit
etat—this narration; muhuh—constantly; kirtayatah—of one who chants; anusrnvatah—and also hears; na—not; risyate—annihilated; jatu—at any time; samudyamah—the endeavor; kvacit—at any time; yat—because; uttamasloka—of the Supreme Personality of Godhead; guna-anuvarnanam—describing the transcendental qualities; samasta—all; samsara—of material existence; parisrama—misery; apaham—finishing.
The endeavor of one who constantly hears or describes this narration of the churning of the ocean of milk will never be fruitless. Indeed, chanting the glories of the Supreme Personality of Godhead is the only means to annihilate all sufferings in this material world.
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