Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 04, Chapter 25, Text 57-61


SB 4.25.57-61

kvacit pibantyam pibati
 madiram mada-vihvalah
asnantyam kvacid asnati
 jaksatyam saha jaksiti
kvacid gayati gayantyam
 rudatyam rudati kvacit
kvacid dhasantyam hasati
 jalpantyam anu jalpati
kvacid dhavati dhavantyam
 tisthantyam anu tisthati
anu sete sayanayam
 anvaste kvacid asatim
kvacic chrnoti srnvantyam
 pasyantyam anu pasyati
kvacij jighrati jighrantyam
 sprsantyam sprsati kvacit
kvacic ca socatim jayam
 anu socati dinavat
anu hrsyati hrsyantyam
 muditam anu modate
Translation by His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada: 
When the Queen drank liquor, King Purañjana also engaged in drinking. When the Queen dined, he used to dine with her, and when she chewed, King Purañjana used to chew along with her. When the Queen sang, he also sang. Similarly, when the Queen cried, he also cried, and when the Queen laughed, he also laughed. When the Queen talked loosely, he also talked loosely, and when the Queen walked, the King walked behind her. When the Queen would stand still, the King would also stand still, and when the Queen would lie down in bed, he would also follow and lie down with her. When the Queen sat, he would also sit, and when the Queen heard something, he would follow her to hear the same thing. When the Queen saw something, the King would also look at it, and when the Queen smelled something, the King would follow her to smell the same thing. When the Queen touched something, the King would also touch it, and when the dear Queen was lamenting, the poor King also had to follow her in lamentation. In the same way, when the Queen felt enjoyment, he also enjoyed, and when the Queen was satisfied, the King also felt satisfaction.
Purport by His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Srila Prabhupada: 
The mind is the place where the self is situated, and the mind is conducted by the intelligence. The living entity, situated within the heart, follows the intelligence. The intelligence is herein depicted as the Queen, and the soul, under mental control, follows the material intelligence just as the King follows his wife. The conclusion is that material intelligence is the cause of bondage for the living entity. The point is that one has to take to spiritual intelligence to come out of this entanglement.
In the life of Maharaja Ambarisa, we find that the great Maharaja first engaged his mind on the lotus feet of Krsna. In this way his intelligence became purified. Maharaja Ambarisa also used his other senses in the service of the Lord. He engaged his eyes in seeing the Deity in the temple nicely decorated with flowers. He engaged his sense of smell by smelling the flowers, and he engaged his legs by walking to the temple. His hands were engaged in cleansing the temple, and his ears were engaged in hearing about Krsna. His tongue was engaged in two ways: in speaking about Krsna and in tasting prasada offered to the Deity. Materialistic persons, who are under the full control of material intelligence, cannot perform all these activities. Thus, consciously or unconsciously, they become entangled by the dictations of material intelligence. This fact is summarized in the following verse.
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