kascid yatati siddhaye
yatatam api siddhanam
kascin mam vetti tattvatah
"Out of many thousands among men, one may endeavor for perfection, and of those who have achieved perfection, hardly one knows Me in truth."
This is a sloka of saram. Saram means essence, which we obtain by filtering unwanted things. Here the Lord is going to filter out from people to get the saram of people. Manushyanam sahasresu = thousands of people are there. Here by mentioning manushya or mankind, He considers those as human beings, who accept Vedas and understand that the Lord is the basic concept of Vedas. Such qualified persons alone are considered. So only one in thousand would be accepting to live as prescribed by shastras. Kascid = only a few or only one, siddhaye = aspire to attain siddhi, yatati = tries. In millions of humans, only some thousands are living according to shastras. Only one or very few, will try to reach the end of that pursuit. Finally one in millions attain the end result. Yatatam api siddhanam = among such persons who try to reach the end result, mam = I [Sri Krishna] am, tatvata = truly, vetti = understand, kascin = only one or so. Among millions only a thousand want to follow as shastras ordain. Among such a thousand, only very few try to pursue to reach the end result. Among such thousands of seekers, only one or two, succeed in understanding Sri Krishna truly. Thus there is a thorough filtering and the essence of human beings is found. In this Kshetram, the Lord [Utsavar] is standing with His right fore arm holding a lotus flower and that is unique. By having darshan of the Lord here, we become one among the rarest .