- deva-gurv-acyute bhaktis
- āstikyam udyamo nityaṁ
- naipuṇyaṁ vaiśya-lakṣaṇam
deva-guru-acyute—unto the demigods, the spiritual master and Lord Viṣṇu; bhaktiḥ—engagement in devotional service; tri-varga—of the three principles of pious life (religion, economic development and sense gratification); paripoṣaṇam—execution; āstikyam—faith in the scriptures, the spiritual master and the Supreme Lord; udyamaḥ—active; nityam—without cessation, continuously; naipuṇyam—expertise; vaiśya-lakṣaṇam—the symptoms of a vaiśya.
Being always devoted to the demigods, the spiritual master and the Supreme Lord, Viṣṇu; endeavoring for advancement in religious principles, economic development and sense gratification [dharma, artha and kāma]; believing in the words of the spiritual master and scripture; and always endeavoring with expertise in earning money—these are the symptoms of the vaiśya.