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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 11.26.28
teṣu nityaḿ mahā-bhāga
sambhavanti hi tā nṝṇāḿ
juṣatāḿ prapunanty agham
teṣu — among them; nityam — constantly; mahā-bhāga — O greatly fortunate Uddhava; mahā-bhāgeṣu — among these greatly fortunate devotees; mat-kathāḥ — discussions about Me; sambhavanti — arise; hi — indeed; tāḥ — these topics; nṝṇām — of persons; juṣatām — who are partaking in them; prapunanti — totally purify; agham — the sins.
O greatly fortunate Uddhava, in the association of such saintly devotees there is constant discussion of Me, and those partaking in this chanting and hearing of My glories are certainly purified of all sins.
Even if one does not receive direct instructions from a pure devotee, simply by hearing him glorify the Supreme Personality of Godhead one can be purified of all sinful reactions caused by one's involvement in illusion.
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