tad adi-rajasya yaso vijrmbhitam
gunair asesair gunavat-sabhajitam
ksatta maha-bhagavatah sadaspate
kausaravim praha grnantam arcayan
sutah uvaca—Suta Gosvami said; tat—that; adi-rajasya—of the original king; yasah—reputation; vijrmbhitam—highly qualified; gunaih—by qualities; asesaih—unlimited; guna-vat—fittingly; sabhajitam—being praised; ksatta—Vidura; maha-bhagavatah—the great saintly devotee; sadah-pate—leader of the great sages; kausaravim—unto Maitreya; praha—said; grnantam—while talking; arcayan—offering all respectful obeisances.
Suta Gosvami continued: O Saunaka, leader of the great sages, after hearing Maitreya speak about the various activities of King Prthu, the original king, who was fully qualified, glorified and widely praised all over the world, Vidura, the great devotee, very submissively worshiped Maitreya Rsi and asked him the following question.
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