eka-dina narada kahe,--"sunaha, parvate
amara eka sisya ache, calaha dekhite"
eka-dina—one day; narada kahe—Narada Muni said; sunaha—please hear; parvate—my dear Parvata; amara—my; eka—one; sisya—disciple; ache—there is; calaha dekhite—let us go see.
"One day, while speaking to his friend Parvata Muni, Narada Muni requested him to go with him to see his disciple the hunter.
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