pratinandya sa tam yacnam
kartum avasyakam gatah
nimamajja brhad dhyayan
pratinandya—gladly accepting; sah—Durvasa Muni; tam—that; yacnam—request; kartum—to perform; avasyakam—the necessary ritualistic ceremonies; gatah—went; nimamajja—dipped his body in the water; brhat—the Supreme Brahman; dhyayan—meditating on; kalindi—of the Yamuna; salile—in the water; subhe—very auspicious.
Durvasa Muni gladly accepted the request of Maharaja Ambarisa, but to perform the regulative ritualistic ceremonies he went to the River Yamuna. There he dipped into the water of the auspicious Yamuna and meditated upon the impersonal Brahman.
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