didrksavo yasya padam sumangalam
vimukta-sanga munayah susadhavah
caranty aloka-vratam avranam vane
bhutatma-bhutah suhrdah sa me gatih
didrksavah—those who desire to see (the Supreme Personality of Godhead); yasya—of Him; padam—the lotus feet; su-mangalam—all-auspicious; vimukta-sangah—persons who are completely disinfected of material conditions; munayah—great sages; su-sadhavah—those who are highly elevated in spiritual consciousness; caranti—practice; aloka-vratam—vows of brahmacarya, vanaprastha or sannyasa; avranam—without any fault; vane—in the forest; bhuta-atma-bhutah—those who are equal to all living entities; suhrdah—those who are friends to everyone; sah—that same Supreme Personality of Godhead; me—my; gatih—destination.
Renunciants and great sages who see all living beings equally, who are friendly to everyone and who flawlessly practice in the forest the vows of brahmacarya, vanaprastha and sannyasa desire to see the all-auspicious lotus feet of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. May that same Supreme Personality of Godhead be my destination.
This verse describes the qualifications for devotees or persons highly elevated in spiritual consciousness. Devotees are always equal to everyone, seeing no distinction between lower and higher classes. panditah sama-darsinah [Bg. 5.18]. They look upon everyone as a spirit soul who is part and parcel of the Supreme Lord. Thus they are competent to search for the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Understanding that the Supreme Personality of Godhead is the friend of everyone (suhrdam sarva-bhutanam), they act as friends of everyone on behalf of the Supreme Lord. Making no distinction between one nation and another or one community and another, they preach Krsna consciousness, the teachings of Bhagavad-gita, everywhere. Thus they are competent to see the lotus feet of the Lord. Such preachers in Krsna consciousness are called paramahamsas. As indicated by the word vimukta-sanga, they have nothing to do with material conditions. One must take shelter of such a devotee in order to see the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
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