Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10, Chapter 33, Text 26-27


  SB 10.33.26-27

sri-pariksid uvaca
samsthapanaya dharmasya
 prasamayetarasya ca
avatirno hi bhagavan
 amsena jagad-isvarah
sa katham dharma-setunam
 vakta kartabhiraksita
pratipam acarad brahman
Pariksit Maharaja said: O brahmana, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the Lord of the universe, has descended to this earth along with His plenary portion to destroy irreligion and reestablish religious principles. Indeed, He is the original speaker, follower and guardian of moral laws. How, then, could He have violated them by touching other men’s wives?
As Sukadeva Gosvami was speaking, King Pariksit noticed that some persons seated in the assembly on the bank of the Ganges were harboring doubt about the Lord’s activities. These doubtful persons were karmis, jñanis and others who were not devotees of the Lord. To clear up their doubts, King Pariksit asks this question on their behalf.
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