And for realizing glory and greatness of Lord Shri Krishna, the tenth and the fifth skanda of the Shrimad Bhagwat shall be pre–eminently followed.
અને વળી એ આઠ સચ્છાસ્ત્રને વિષે જે શ્રીમદ્ ભાગવત પુરાણ તેના દશમને પંચમ નામે જે બે સ્કંધ, તે જે શ્રીકૃષ્ણ ભગવાનના મહાત્મ્ય જાણવાને અર્થે સર્વથી અધિકપણે જાણવાં.
El canto quinto y décimo de Shree Bhagvata Purana será considerada como la mejor entre estas escrituras para la comprensión clara de la grandeza y la gloria de Krishna.
Shrimad Bhagwat, the one from the religious scriptures, described in the previous Shloka. It's tenth and the fifth part - these two parts. Skandha means a branch, and this word hints at the entity of Shrimad Bhagwat as a Kalpa-Sutra. Twelve Skandha are twelve branches of this divine tree. It describes the glory and greatness Lord Shri Krishna. Glory and greatness are the unique attributes of the supreme - the divine. The Supreme that controls and directs the Akshara, time and Maya has all the divine faculties and absolute freedom and is worshipable by everybody. He is free from the bonds of action, and holds divine powers to hold others free from such bonds of actions. This greatness and glory which are the attributes of the Supreme, rest in Lord Shri Krishna . Both these Skandha, 10 and 5 respectively, describe the greatness and glory of Lord Shri Krishna and sing the praises of Lord Shri Krishna. Compared to the rest of the religious scriptures, these two Skandhas of Shrimad Bhagwat holds apex position among the scriptures and therefore, these two scriptures are the chief among the scriptures of this Sampradaya. The Dasham and Pancham Skandh of Shrimad Bhagwat enlightens the follower without any special effort by the follower for the enlightenment. The Dasham Skandha describes the benediction of the souls residing or moving in Vrindavan and other places about Vrindavan. It praises the glory and greatness of God in freeing the souls from the ties of actions. The middle part of this Skandha describes the event of bringing the son of the preceptor, 'The son of my preceptor has been brought here due to his actions. He, Oh Maharaj ! may please be given back to me in light of the territory.' This and others are indicative of the glory of Shri Krishna. Pancham Skandha (fifth part of Shrimad Bhagwat) describes and explains many folded meditation of Lord Shri Krishna. As it does not contain specific name of Lord Shri Krishna, one should not think that it is about other Gods. No such doubts are to be posed, because there in that part it is said, 'Oh Brave ! The memories of the worship of Lord Shri Krishna in the form of the deer, still are not leaving me.' This and others are indicative of Lord Shri Krishna's existence in the form of a Golden-deer. Therefore, the Pancham Skandha of Shrimad Bhagwat meditates upon Lord Shri Krishna manifested in different forms.