|Canto 10: The Summum Bonum||Chapter 73: Lord Krsna Blesses the Liberated Kings|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Srimad Bhagavatam 10.73.9
anugraho yad bhavato
rajnam rajya-cyutir vibho
na -- not; enam -- with this; natha -- O master; anusuyamah -- do we find fault; magadham -- the King of Magadha; madhusudana -- O Krsna; anugrahah -- mercy; yat -- since; bhavatah -- Your; rajnam -- of kings; rajya -- from their dominion; cyutih -- the falling; vibho -- O almighty one.
O master, Madhusudana, we do not blame this King of Magadha, since it is actually by Your mercy that kings fall from their royal position, O almighty Lord.
It is significant that upon seeing Lord Krsna and thus becoming purified of their sins, the kings did not feel any mundane hatred or bitterness toward Jarasandha, who had imprisoned them. Simply by seeing Lord Krsna, the kings came to the position of Krsna consciousness and spoke these verses, which show deep spiritual wisdom.
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