Srimad Bhagavatham : 6.2.39.




Skandham-6.

Chapter-2.

Slokam- 39.




iti jata-sunirvedah


kshana-samgena sadhushu


ganga-dvaram upeyaya


mukta-sarvanubandhanah.



iti  =  thus;

jata-sunirvedah  =  (Ajamila) who had become detached from the material conception of life;

kshana-samgena  =  by a moment’s association;

sadhushu  =  with devotees;

ganga-dvaram  =  to Hardwar (hari-dvara), the doorway to Hari (because the Ganges begins there, Hardwar is also called ganga-dvara;

upeyaya  =  went;

mukta  =  being freed from;

sarva-anubandhanah  =  all kinds of material bondage.



Because of a moment’s association with devotees [the Vishnudutas], Ajamila detached himself from the material conception of life with determination. Thus freed from all material attraction, he immediately started for Hardwar.

To be continued  ...