Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 11, Chapter 14, Text 03

SB 11.14.3

sri-bhagavan uvaca
kalena nasta pralaye
 vaniyam veda-samjñita
mayadau brahmane prokta
 dharmo yasyam mad-atmakah
The Supreme Personality of Godhead said: By the influence of time, the transcendental sound of Vedic knowledge was lost at the time of annihilation. Therefore, when the subsequent creation took place, I spoke the Vedic knowledge to Brahma because I Myself am the religious principles enunciated in the Vedas.
Lord Krsna explains to Uddhava that although many processes and concepts of spiritual realization are described in the Vedas, the Vedas ultimately recommend devotional service to the Supreme Lord. Lord Krsna is the reservoir of all pleasure, and His devotees directly enter into the Lord’s hladini, or pleasure-giving, potency. Somehow or other one must fix one’s mind in Lord Krsna, and that is not possible without devotional service. One who has not developed his attraction to Lord Krsna cannot restrain the senses from inferior engagements. Since other Vedic processes do not actually award Lord Krsna to the practitioner, they cannot offer the highest benefit in life. The transcendental sound of the Vedas is itself the highest evidence, but one whose senses and mind are entangled in sense gratification and mental speculation, and whose heart is therefore covered by material dust, cannot directly receive the transcendental Vedic message. Thus one cannot appreciate the exalted position of devotional service to the Lord.
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