Slokam-s - 20 & 21.
svayambhur naradaa sambhuh kumarah kapilo manuh,
prahlado janako bhishmo balir vaiyasakir vayam.
svayambhuh = Lord Brahma;
naradah = the great saint Narada;
sambhuh = Lord Siva;
kumarah = the four Kumaras;
kapilah = Lord Kapila;
manuh = Svayambhuva Manu;
prahladah = Prahlada Maharaja;
janakah = Janaka Maharaja;
bhishmah = Grandfather Bhishma;
balih = Bali Maharaja;
vaiyasakih = Sukadeva, the son of Vyasadeva;
vayam = we;
dvadasaite vijanimo dharmam bhagavatam bhatah,
guhyam visuddham durbodham yam jnatvamrtam asnute.
dvadasa = twelve;
ete = these;
vijanimah = know;
dharmam = real religious principles;
bhagavatam = which teach a person how to love the Supreme Personality of Godhead;
bhatah = O my dear servants;
guhyam = very confidential;
visuddham = transcendental, not contaminated by the material modes of nature;
durbodham = not easily understood;
yam = which;
jnatva = understanding;
amrtam = eternal life;
asnute = he enjoys.
Lord Brahma, Bhagavan Narada, Lord Siva, the four Kumaras, Lord Kapila [the son of Devahuti], Svayambhuva Manu, Prahlada Maharaja, Janaka Maharaja, Grandfather Bhishma, Bali Maharaja, Sukadeva Brahmatishi and I myself know the real religious principle. My dear servants, this transcendental religious principle, which is known as bhagavata-dharma, or surrender unto the Supreme Lord and love for Him, is uncontaminated by the material modes of nature. It is very confidential and difficult for ordinary human beings to understand, but if by chance one fortunately understands it, he is immediately liberated, and thus he returns home, back to Godhead.
To be continued .....