जगत्पवित्रं प्रगृणीत कर्हिचित् ।
तद् ध्वाङ्क्षतीर्थं न तु हंससेवितं
यत्राच्युतस्तत्र हि साधवोऽमला: ॥ ५१ ॥
jagat-pavitraṁ pragṛṇīta karhicit
tad dhvāṅkṣa-tīrthaṁ na tu haṁsa-sevitaṁ
yatrācyutas tatra hi sādhavo ’malāḥ
na — not; yat — which; vacaḥ — vocabulary; citra-padam — decorative words; hareḥ — of the Lord; yaśaḥ — the glories; jagat — the universe; pavitram — sanctifying; pragṛṇīta — describe; karhicit — ever; tat — that; dhvāṅkṣa — of the crows; tīrtham — a place of pilgrimage; na — not; tu — on the other hand; haṁsa — by saintly persons situated in knowledge; sevitam — served; yatra — in which; acyutaḥ — Lord Acyuta (is described); tatra — there; hi — alone; sādhavaḥ — the saints; amalāḥ — who are pure.
Those words that do not describe the glories of the Lord, who alone can sanctify the atmosphere of the whole universe, are considered to be like unto a place of pilgrimage for crows, and are never resorted to by those situated in transcendental knowledge. The pure and saintly devotees take interest only in topics glorifying the infallible Supreme Lord.