Sloka 81: That tongue which does not praise the glory of Lord Hari is nothing but a lump of muscle; It is just like the small tongue, a blot (disease) on the face
Sloka 82: O Brahmins! What is the use of those hands that do not clean the abode of the Lord (Puja room)? The hands of such an animal-like human are nothing but a load on the shoulders
Sloka 83: Those legs which visit temples are indeed worthy. O auspicious one! That which see Lord Hari happily are the (only) real eyes
Sloka 84: O twice born! Even after being born (in this world), if one does not visit temples, what use are legs for such a person, who wanders around wastefully?
Sloka 85: O Dharmajna! Even for Rishis who are well versed in Veda and Vedangas, who are always reading/learning, who have their firm mind on Lord Hari, their sainthood (Rishitva) comes only due to the mercy of the Lord
Sloka 86: The pleasure of staying in sorrow-less Vaikunta, enjoying the comfort of cots laden with unique gems along with maidens, is the result of constant remembrance of Lord Keshava
Sloka 87: Even those who perform thousands of Ashwamedha sacrifices do not obtain the results that devotees of Lord Hari obtain!
Sloka 88: O Humans! Why all this effort in performing Yagnas and other rituals? Fold your hands towards the Lord. You will get Vaikunta, the abode of Lord Achyuta, merely by doing that!
Sloka 89: One who performs a Pradakshina, with devotion, even once to the plane of Lord Vishnu (his ratha and sanctum sanctorum) will obtain the results of performing thousands of Ashwamedha sacrifices
Sloka 90: One who performs Pradakshinas to Lord Hari with devotion will go to the abode of the Lord in a chariot driven by Hamsas