TEXT 274
tabe sei vyadha donhare angane anila
kusasana ani' donhare bhaktye vasaila
tabe—thereafter; sei—that; vyadha—hunter; donhare—both Narada Muni and Parvata; angane anila—brought in the courtyard of his house; kusa-asana ani'-bringing straw mats for sitting; donhare—both of them; bhaktye—with great devotion; vasaila—made to sit down.
"The hunter then received both the great sages in the courtyard of his house. He spread out a straw mat for them to sit upon, and with great devotion he begged them to sit down.

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