tatas cavirabhut saksac
chri rama bhagavat-para
ranjayanti disah kantya
vidyut saudamani yatha
tatah—thereafter; ca—and; avirabhut—manifested; saksat—directly; sri—the goddess of fortune; rama—known as Rama; bhagavat-para—absolutely inclined to be possessed by the Supreme Personality of Godhead; ranjayanti—illuminating; disah—all directions; kantya—by luster; vidyut—lightning; saudamani—Saudamani; yatha—as.
Then there appeared the goddess of fortune, Rama, who is absolutely dedicated to being enjoyed by the Supreme Personality of Godhead. She appeared like electricity, surpassing the lightning that might illuminate a marble mountain.
Sri means opulence. Krsna is the owner of all opulences.
This peace formula for the world is given in Bhagavad-gita (5.29). When people know that the Supreme Lord, Krsna, is the supreme enjoyer, the supreme proprietor and the most intimate well-wishing friend of all living entities, peace and prosperity will ensue all over the world. Unfortunately, the conditioned souls, being placed into illusion by the external energy of the Lord, want to fight with one another, and therefore peace is disturbed. The first prerequisite for peace is that all the wealth presented by Sri, the goddess of fortune, be offered to the Supreme Personality of Godhead. Everyone should give up his false proprietorship over worldly possessions and offer everything to Krsna. This is the teaching of the Krsna consciousness movement.
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