śravaṇāt kīrtanād dhyānāt
śravaṇāt — from hearing; kīrtanāt — chanting; dhyānāt — and meditating; pūyante — become purified; ante-vasāyinaḥ — outcastes; tava — about You; brahma-mayasya — the full manifestation of the Absolute Truth; īśa — O Lord; kim uta — what then to speak of; īkṣā — those who see; abhimarśinaḥ — and touch.
O Lord, even outcastes are purified by hearing and chanting Your glories and meditating upon You, the Absolute Truth. What then to speak of those who see and touch You?
Śrīla Śrīdhara Svāmī interprets the word brahma-mayasya to mean brahma-ghana-mūrteḥ, “of the concentrated form of the Absolute Truth.”