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CC Madhya 20.395


kona brahmāṇḍe kona līlāra haya avasthāna
tāte līlā ‘nitya’ kahe āgama-purāṇa


kona brahmāṇḍe — in some universe; kona līlāra — some pastimes; haya — there is; avasthāna — the presence; tāte — therefore; līlā — pastimes; nitya — eternal; kahe — explains; āgama-purāṇa — the Vedas and Purāṇas.


“Since all Kṛṣṇa’s pastimes are taking place continuously, at every moment some pastime is existing in one universe or another. Consequently these pastimes are called eternal by the Vedas and Purāṇas.