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CC Madhya 24.321


kṛṣṇe sva-dhāmopagate
dharma-jñānādibhiḥ saha
kalau naṣṭa-dṛśām eṣa
purāṇārko ’dhunoditaḥ


kṛṣṇe — Lord Kṛṣṇa; sva-dhāma — to His personal abode; upagate — having returned; dharma-jñāna-ādibhiḥ saha — along with religious principles, transcendental knowledge, and so on; kalau — in this Age of Kali; naṣṭa-dṛśām — of persons who have lost their spiritual vision; eṣaḥ — this; purāṇa-arkaḥ — Purāṇa or Vedic literature that shines like the sun; adhunā — at the present moment; uditaḥ — has arisen.


“ ‘After Lord Kṛṣṇa departed for His abode along with religious principles and transcendental knowledge, this Purāṇa, Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam, has arisen like the sun in this Age of Kali to enlighten those who have no spiritual vision.’